Linearly extensible automorphism
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This article defines an automorphism property related to (or which arises in the context of): linear representation theory
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This term is related to: Extensible automorphisms problem
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The notion arose through attempts to use representation theory in solving the Extensible automorphisms problem.
Given a group and a field, an automorphism of the group is termed linearly extensible if it extends to an inner automorphism (of the general linear group)for every faithful finite-dimensional linear representation of the group over the field.
Definition with symbols
Given a group and a field an automorphism of is termed linearly extensible if for any faithful linear representation , there exists such that for any :
Relation with other properties
Stronger properties (subject to further conditions)
- Inner automorphism (unconditionally)
- Finite-extensible automorphism when the field is a prime field and the group is a finite group.
- Class-preserving automorphism when the field is class-determining for the group, which happens to be true in the non-modular case For full proof, refer: Class-preserving implies linearly extensible
- Galois-class automorphism in the non-modular case
- Linearly pushforwardable automorphism