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### Contents

Chapter A Prerequisitesgeneral group theory 1 Groups and subgroupsthe rudiments | 1 |

Groups and homomorphisms | 5 |

Series | 7 |

Direct and semidirect products | 9 |

Gsets and permutation representations | 17 |

Sylow subgroups | 21 |

Commutators | 22 |

Finite nilpotent groups | 25 |

Local formations | 356 |

The theorem of Lubeseder and the theorem of Baer | 366 |

Projectors and local formations | 375 |

Theorems about hypercentral action | 386 |

Chapter V | 394 |

ftnormalizers | 400 |

Connections between normalizers and projectors | 409 |

Chapter VI | 426 |

The Frattini subgroup | 30 |

Soluble groups | 34 |

Theorems of Gaschiitz SchurZassenhaus and Maschke | 38 |

Coprime operator groups | 41 |

Automorphism groups induced on chief factors | 44 |

Subnormal subgroups | 47 |

Primitive finite groups | 52 |

Maximal subgroups of soluble groups | 57 |

The transfer | 60 |

The wreath product | 62 |

Subdirect and central products | 73 |

Extraspecial pgroups and their automorphism groups | 77 |

Automorphisms of abelian groups | 83 |

Chapter B Prerequisitesrepresentation theory 1 Tensor products | 90 |

Projective and injective modules | 95 |

Modules and representations of Kalgebras | 101 |

The structure of a group algebra | 111 |

Changing the field of a representation | 120 |

Induced modules | 129 |

Faithful and simple modules | 172 |

Modules with special properties | 182 |

Group constructions using modules | 190 |

Chapter I | 204 |

The proof of Burnsides ptheorem | 210 |

Hall subgroups | 216 |

System normalizers | 235 |

Pronormal subgroups | 241 |

Normally embedded subgroups | 250 |

Chapter II | 262 |

Some special classes defined by closure properties | 271 |

Chapter III | 279 |

Projectors and covering subgroups | 288 |

Examples | 302 |

Locallydefined Schunck classes and other constructions | 321 |

Projectors in subgroups | 328 |

Connections between Schunck classes and formations | 344 |

Complementation in the lattice | 440 |

Schunck classes with normally embedded projectors | 461 |

Schunck classes with permutable and CAP projectors | 471 |

Chapter VII | 477 |

Supersoluble groups and chief factor rank | 485 |

Primitive saturated formations | 497 |

Strong containment for saturated formations | 509 |

Extreme classes | 516 |

Saturated formations with the coveravoidance property | 528 |

Chapter VIII | 535 |

Normally embedded subgroups are injectors | 548 |

Fischer sets and Fischer subgroups | 554 |

Fitting classesexamples and properties related to injectors | 563 |

Constructions and examples | 574 |

Fischer classes normally embedded and permutable Fitting classes | 600 |

Dominance and some characterizations of injectors | 617 |

Darks constructionthe theme | 630 |

Darks constructionvariations | 647 |

Chapter X | 676 |

Fitting classes and wreath products | 697 |

Normal Fitting classes | 704 |

The Lausch group | 720 |

Examples of Fitting pairs and Bergers theorem | 737 |

The Lockett conjecture | 761 |

Chapter XI | 775 |

Metanilpotent Fitting classes with additional closure properties | 783 |

Further theory of metanilpotent Fitting classes | 799 |

Fitting class boundaries I | 806 |

Fitting class boundaries II | 816 |

Frattini duals and Fitting classes | 824 |

Appendix a A theorem of Gates and Powell | 833 |

Appendix 3 Frattini extensions | 846 |

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The Theory of Finite Groups: An Introduction Hans Kurzweil,Bernd Stellmacher No preview available - 2003 |