# Normalizers and self-normalizing subgroups II

Open Mathematics (2011)

- Volume: 9, Issue: 6, page 1317-1332
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topBoris Širola. "Normalizers and self-normalizing subgroups II." Open Mathematics 9.6 (2011): 1317-1332. <http://eudml.org/doc/268938>.

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abstract = {Let $\mathbb \{K\}$ be a field, G a reductive algebraic $\mathbb \{K\}$-group, and G 1 ≤ G a reductive subgroup. For G 1 ≤ G, the corresponding groups of $\mathbb \{K\}$-points, we study the normalizer N = N G(G 1). In particular, for a standard embedding of the odd orthogonal group G 1 = SO(m, $\mathbb \{K\}$) in G = SL(m, $\mathbb \{K\}$) we have N ≅ G 1 ⋊ µm($\mathbb \{K\}$), the semidirect product of G 1 by the group of m-th roots of unity in $\mathbb \{K\}$. The normalizers of the even orthogonal and symplectic subgroup of SL(2n, $\mathbb \{K\}$) were computed in [Širola B., Normalizers and self-normalizing subgroups, Glas. Mat. Ser. III (in press)], leaving the proof in the odd orthogonal case to be completed here. Also, for G = GL(m, $\mathbb \{K\}$) and G 1 = O(m, $\mathbb \{K\}$) we have N ≅ G 1 ⋊ $\mathbb \{K\}$ ×. In both of these cases, N is a self-normalizing subgroup of G.},

author = {Boris Širola},

journal = {Open Mathematics},

keywords = {Normalizer; Self-normalizing subgroup; Centralizer; Symplectic group; Even orthogonal group; Odd orthogonal group; normalizers; self-normalizing subgroups; centralizers; symplectic group; even orthogonal groups; odd orthogonal groups; reductive algebraic groups},

language = {eng},

number = {6},

pages = {1317-1332},

title = {Normalizers and self-normalizing subgroups II},

url = {http://eudml.org/doc/268938},

volume = {9},

year = {2011},

}

TY - JOUR

AU - Boris Širola

TI - Normalizers and self-normalizing subgroups II

JO - Open Mathematics

PY - 2011

VL - 9

IS - 6

SP - 1317

EP - 1332

AB - Let $\mathbb {K}$ be a field, G a reductive algebraic $\mathbb {K}$-group, and G 1 ≤ G a reductive subgroup. For G 1 ≤ G, the corresponding groups of $\mathbb {K}$-points, we study the normalizer N = N G(G 1). In particular, for a standard embedding of the odd orthogonal group G 1 = SO(m, $\mathbb {K}$) in G = SL(m, $\mathbb {K}$) we have N ≅ G 1 ⋊ µm($\mathbb {K}$), the semidirect product of G 1 by the group of m-th roots of unity in $\mathbb {K}$. The normalizers of the even orthogonal and symplectic subgroup of SL(2n, $\mathbb {K}$) were computed in [Širola B., Normalizers and self-normalizing subgroups, Glas. Mat. Ser. III (in press)], leaving the proof in the odd orthogonal case to be completed here. Also, for G = GL(m, $\mathbb {K}$) and G 1 = O(m, $\mathbb {K}$) we have N ≅ G 1 ⋊ $\mathbb {K}$ ×. In both of these cases, N is a self-normalizing subgroup of G.

LA - eng

KW - Normalizer; Self-normalizing subgroup; Centralizer; Symplectic group; Even orthogonal group; Odd orthogonal group; normalizers; self-normalizing subgroups; centralizers; symplectic group; even orthogonal groups; odd orthogonal groups; reductive algebraic groups

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