Group of prime power order in which all maximal subgroups are automorphic

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Definition

A group of prime power order in which all maximal subgroups are automorphic is a group of prime power order in which all maximal subgroups are automorphic subgroups. In other words, given any two maximal subgroups, there is an automorphism of the whole group sending one to the other.

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