Group in which all subnormal subgroups have a common bound on subnormal depth

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Definition

A group in which all subnormal subgroups have a common bound on subnormal depth is a group for which there exists a natural number k such that every subnormal subgroup of the group is k-subnormal: its subnormal depth is at most k.

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Stronger properties

Incomparable properties