Meet-irreducible subgroup

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Symbol-free definition

A subgroup of a group is said to be meet-irreducible if it cannot be expressed as the intersection of two distinct proper subgroups of the group.

In terms of the meet-irreducibility operator

This property is obtained by applying the meet-irreducibility operator to the property: tautology
View other properties obtained by applying the meet-irreducibility operator

Relation with other properties

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