Gruppen, in denen das Normalteilersein transitiv ist.

Wolfgang Gaschütz

Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik (1957)

  • Volume: 198, page 87-92
  • ISSN: 0075-4102; 1435-5345/e

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Gaschütz, Wolfgang. "Gruppen, in denen das Normalteilersein transitiv ist.." Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik 198 (1957): 87-92. <http://eudml.org/doc/150347>.

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  3. James Beidleman, Hermann Heineken, Jack Schmidt, On a class of finite solvable groups
  4. Pierantonio Legovini, Gruppi minimali non in 𝑠 𝔑 𝔄
  5. Silvana Franciosi, Francesco de Giovanni, On automorphisms fixing subnormal subgroups of soluble groups
  6. Carlo Casolo, Groups with subnormal subgroups of bounded defect
  7. Carlo Casolo, Wielandt series and defects of subnormal subgroups in finite soluble groups
  8. Ingo Weidig, Gruppen mit abgeschwächter Normalteilertransitivität
  9. James Beidleman, Hermann Heineken, Pronormal and subnormal subgroups and permutability
  10. Vladimir O. Lukyanenko, Alexander N. Skiba, Finite groups in which τ -quasinormality is a transitive relation

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