De Luca, Anna Valentina
(2016)
Normality and modularity conditions on subgroups.
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Item Type: 
Tesi di dottorato

Lingua: 
English 
Title: 
Normality and modularity conditions on subgroups. 
Creators: 
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De Luca, Anna Valentina  annavalentina.deluca@unina.it 

Date: 
29 March 2016 
Number of Pages: 
65 
Institution: 
Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II 
Department: 
Matematica e Applicazioni "Renato Caccioppoli" 
Scuola di dottorato: 
Scienze matematiche ed informatiche 
Dottorato: 
Scienze matematiche 
Ciclo di dottorato: 
28 
Coordinatore del Corso di dottorato: 
nome  email 

de Giovanni, Francesco  degiovan@unina.it 

Tutor: 
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Musella, Carmela  UNSPECIFIED 

Date: 
29 March 2016 
Number of Pages: 
65 
Uncontrolled Keywords: 
Infinite rank; locally greded groups; modular subgroups. 
Settori scientificodisciplinari del MIUR: 
Area 01  Scienze matematiche e informatiche > MAT/02  Algebra 
Date Deposited: 
08 Apr 2016 09:45 
Last Modified: 
02 Nov 2016 13:36 
URI: 
http://www.fedoa.unina.it/id/eprint/10800 
Abstract
A group G is said to have finite Prüfer rank r if every finitely generated subgroup of G can be generated by at most r elements, and r is the least positive integer with such property; if such an r does not exist, we will say that the group G has infinite rank. (Generalized) soluble groups of infinite rank in which all subgroups of infinite rank are either normal or selfnormalizing and groups in which all subgroups of infinite rank are either normal or contranormal have been considered. In both cases it has been proved that subgroups of finite rank have the same property satisfied by subgroups of infinite rank. The latticetheoretic interpretation of normality is modularity. It has been proved that if G is a finitely generated soluble group such that every infinite set of cyclic subgroups contains two subgroups H and K which are modular in <H,K>, then G is centralbyfinite. Finally we can remark that permutability has some generalizations. In particular we say that a subgroup H is nearly permutable if there exists a permutable subgroup K of G containing H such that the index K:H is finite. Generalized radical groups of infinite rank in which all subgroups of infinite rank are nearly permutable have been considered. First of all it has been proved that the commutator subgroup G' of G is locally finite and then it has proved, in nonperiodic case, that either G is an FCgroup or G/T(G) is a torsionfree abelian group with rank 1.
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