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Michael Aschbacher
March 6, 2012

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Abstract. We prove that the subgroup lattices of finite alternating and symmetric groups do not contain so-called lower signalizer lattices in the class . This result is one step in a program to show that the lattices in the class are not isomorphic to an interval in the subgroup lattice of any finite group.

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Victor Bovdi
March 6, 2012

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Abstract. We study those group rings in which the group of units is hyperbolic.

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Zhengxing Li, Jinke Hai
March 6, 2012

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Abstract. A group is said to be a T-group if all its subnormal subgroups are normal. Let be a finite solvable T-group. It is shown that the normalizer property holds for . As a direct consequence of our result, we obtain that the normalizer property holds for finite groups all of whose Sylow subgroups are cyclic.

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Junqiang Zhang, Xianhua Li
March 6, 2012

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Abstract. In this paper, we classify the -groups all of whose proper subgroups have cyclic Frattini subgroups, for an odd prime .

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Jan-Christoph Schlage-Puchta
March 6, 2012

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Abstract. We construct, for and , a -generated -group which, in an asymptotic sense, behaves almost like a -generated free pro--group. We show that a subgroup of index needs generators, and that the subgroup growth of satisfies , where is the -generated free pro--group. To do this we introduce a new invariant for finitely-generated groups and study some of its basic properties.

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Osamu Hatori
March 6, 2012

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Abstract. Suppose that there exists a surjective isometry between open subgroups of the groups of invertible elements in the measure algebras on LCA groups. We show that the LCA groups are topologically isomorphic to each other.

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Simon M. Smith
March 6, 2012

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Abstract. If is a group of permutations of a set , then the suborbits of are the orbits of point-stabilizers acting on . The cardinalities of these suborbits are the subdegrees of . Every infinite primitive permutation group with finite subdegrees acts faithfully as a group of automorphisms of a locally-finite connected vertex-primitive directed graph with vertex set , and there is consequently a natural action of on the ends of . We show that if is closed in the permutation topology of pointwise convergence, then the structure of is determined by the length of any orbit of acting on the ends of . Examining the ends of a Cayley graph of a finitely-generated group to determine the structure of the group is often fruitful. B. Krön and R. G. Möller have recently generalised the Cayley graph to what they call a rough Cayley graph , and they call the ends of this graph the rough ends of the group. It transpires that the ends of are the rough ends of , and so our result is equivalent to saying that the structure of a closed primitive group whose subdegrees are all finite is determined by the length of any orbit of on its rough ends.

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Maciej Malicki
March 6, 2012

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Abstract. We give a new proof of a theorem of Psaltis which says that the full automorphism group of every countable rooted tree has property (FA).

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Andreas Thom
March 6, 2012

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Abstract. We prove that Higman's group does not embed into a metric ultraproduct of finite groups with a commutator-contractive invariant length function.