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Derived series

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Central series

In mathematics, especially in the fields of group theory and Lie theory, a central series is a kind of normal series of subgroups or Lie subalgebras, expressing the idea that the commutator is nearly

Descendant tree (group theory)

In mathematics, specifically group theory, a descendant tree is a hierarchical structure that visualizes parent-descendant relations between isomorphism classes of finite groups of prime power order ,

Chief series

In abstract algebra, a chief series is a maximal normal series for a group. It is similar to a composition series, though the two concepts are distinct in general: a chief series is a maximal normal s

Fitting length

In mathematics, specifically in the area of algebra known as group theory, the Fitting length (or nilpotent length) measures how far a solvable group is from being nilpotent. The concept is named afte

Lower p-series

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Upper p-series

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Composition series

In abstract algebra, a composition series provides a way to break up an algebraic structure, such as a group or a module, into simple pieces. The need for considering composition series in the context

Subgroup series

In mathematics, specifically group theory, a subgroup series of a group is a chain of subgroups: where is the trivial subgroup. Subgroup series can simplify the study of a group to the study of simple

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