### 2-recognizability by prime graph of $\text{PSL}(2,{p}^{2})$.

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Let $G$ be a finite group and ${\pi}_{e}\left(G\right)$ be the set of element orders of $G$. Let $k\in {\pi}_{e}\left(G\right)$ and ${m}_{k}$ be the number of elements of order $k$ in $G$. Set $\mathrm{nse}\left(G\right):=\{{m}_{k}:k\in {\pi}_{e}\left(G\right)\}$. In fact $\mathrm{nse}\left(G\right)$ is the set of sizes of elements with the same order in $G$. In this paper, by $\mathrm{nse}\left(G\right)$ and order, we give a new characterization of finite projective special linear groups ${L}_{2}\left(p\right)$ over a field with $p$ elements, where $p$ is prime. We prove the following theorem: If $G$ is a group such that $\left|G\right|=|{L}_{2}\left(p\right)|$ and $\mathrm{nse}\left(G\right)$ consists of $1$, ${p}^{2}-1$, $p(p+\u03f5)/2$ and some numbers divisible by $2p$, where $p$ is a prime greater than...

Let $\omega \left(G\right)$ denote the set of element orders of a finite group $G$. If $H$ is a finite non-abelian simple group and $\omega \left(H\right)=\omega \left(G\right)$ implies $G$ contains a unique non-abelian composition factor isomorphic to $H$, then $G$ is called quasirecognizable by the set of its element orders. In this paper we will prove that the group $PS{L}_{4}\left(5\right)$ is quasirecognizable.

The purpose of this paper is to give a general and a simple approach to describe the Sylow r-subgroups of classical groups.

The notion of age of elements of complex linear groups was introduced by M. Reid and is of importance in algebraic geometry, in particular in the study of crepant resolutions and of quotients of Calabi–Yau varieties. In this paper, we solve a problem raised by J. Kollár and M. Larsen on the structure of finite irreducible linear groups generated by elements of age $\le 1$. More generally, we bound the dimension of finite irreducible linear groups generated by elements of bounded deviation. As a consequence...

An algorithm is given to decompose an automorphism of a finite vector space over ℤ₂ into a product of transvections. The procedure uses partitions of the indexing set of a redundant base. With respect to tents, i.e. finite ℤ₂-representations generated by a redundant base, this is a decomposition into base changes.

We show that it is possible in rather general situations to obtain a finite-dimensional modular representation $\rho $ of the Galois group of a number field $F$ as a constituent of one of the modular Galois representations attached to automorphic representations of a general linear group over $F$, provided one works “potentially.” The proof is based on a close study of the monodromy of the Dwork family of Calabi–Yau hypersurfaces; this in turn makes use of properties of rigid local systems and the classification...