About the Strong Sylow Theorem for the Prime p in Simple Locally Finite Groups - Part 2 of a Trilogy

About the Strong Sylow Theorem for the Prime p in Simple Locally Finite Groups - Part 2 of a Trilogy

Manuscript on Sylow theory in locally finite groups

Dipl.-Math. Felix Flemisch

Band 2 von 3 in dieser Reihe

Natur- & Humanwissenschaften


24 Seiten

ISBN-13: 9783756838929

Verlag: Books on Demand

Erscheinungsdatum: 25.04.2023

Sprache: Englisch

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Part 2 of the Trilogy "Characterising Locally Finite Groups Satisfying the Strong Sylow Theorem for the Prime p" & "About the Strong Sylow Theorem for the Prime p in Simple Locally Finite Groups" & "The Strong Sylow Theorem for the Prime p in Projective Special Linear Locally Finite Groups" is based on the author's research paper "About the Strong Sylow Theorem for the Prime p in Simple Locally Finite Groups". This very beautiful and pioneering manuscript had been submitted for peer reviewing to the open access journals Advances in Group Theory and Applications (AGTA) (see https://www.advgrouptheory.com/journal/) and Science Research Association (SCIREA) Journal of Mathematics (see https://www.scirea.org/journal/Mathematics) but was very regrettably rejected by both of them (with ridiculous arguments).

We first give a profound overview of the structure of simple groups and in particular of the simple locally finite groups and reduce their Sylow theory for the prime p to a famous conjecture of Prof. Otto H. Kegel (see [16], Theorem 2.4: "Let the p-subgroup P be a p-uniqueness subgroup in the finite simple group S which belongs to one of the seven rank-unbounded families. Then the rank of S is bounded in terms of P.") about the rank-unbounded ones of the 19 known families of finite simple groups. Part 2 introduces a new scheme to describe the 19 families, the family T of types, defines the rank of each type, and emphasises the rôle of Kegel covers. This part presents a unified picture of known results all proofs of which are by reference and it is the actual reason why our title starts with "About".

We then apply beautiful new ideas to prove the conjecture for the alternating groups (see Page ii).

Thereupon we are remembering Kegel covers and *-sequences. Finally we suggest a plan how to prove and even how to optimise the conjecture step-by-step or peu à peu which leads to further quite tough conjectures thereby unifying Sylow theory in locally finite simple groups with Sylow theory in locally finite and p-soluble groups. For any unexplained terminology we refer to [6].
Dipl.-Math. Felix Flemisch

Dipl.-Math. Felix Flemisch

Felix F. Flemisch proudly received his first degree Bacc.Math. in 1974 from the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität at lovely Freiburg im Breisgau, his degree M.Sc. in 1975 from the University of London, UK, and finally his degree Dipl.-Math. at marvallous and fabulous Freiburg i.Br. in 1985. From February 1981 until April 1985 he was quite happily affiliated to the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg i.Br., Universitätsklinikum Freiburg, Institut für Medizinische Biometrie und Statistik (IMBI). Since May 1985 he was with joy enthusiastically working for the telecom industry. On April 11, 1992, he married beloved Helga in beautiful Florence in Tuscany in Italy. Since October 2016 he is retired and is still resp. is again loving mathematics.

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