Semiautomorphism of a group

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Definition

Let G be a group. A semiautomorphism of G is a semihomomorphism of groups from G to itself, which has an inverse that is also a semihomomorphism of groups. Equivalently, it is a bijective semihomomorphism of groups from G to itself.

Relation with other properties

Stronger properties

Weaker properties