By Michael Aschbacher

ISBN-10: 1107601002

ISBN-13: 9781107601000

A fusion process over a p-group S is a class whose gadgets shape the set of all subgroups of S, whose morphisms are definite injective team homomorphisms, and which satisfies axioms first formulated by way of Puig which are modelled on conjugacy relatives in finite teams. The definition was once initially inspired via illustration thought, yet fusion platforms even have purposes to neighborhood crew idea and to homotopy idea. the relationship with homotopy conception arises via classifying areas that are linked to fusion platforms and that have a number of the great houses of p-completed classifying areas of finite teams. starting with an in depth exposition of the foundational fabric, the authors then continue to debate the function of fusion structures in neighborhood finite crew concept, homotopy thought and modular illustration idea. The booklet serves as a easy reference and as an advent to the sector, really for college students and different younger mathematicians.

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Thus Q is fully K-normalized in F. ϕ We can now deﬁne the normalizer fusion subsystems in a fusion system. 3 Let F be a fusion system over a p-group S, and ﬁx Q ≤ S and K ≤ Aut(Q). Let NFK (Q) ⊆ F be the fusion system over NSK (Q) where for P, R ≤ NSK (Q), HomNFK (Q) (P, R) = ϕ ∈ HomF (P, R) ∃ ϕ ∈ HomF (P Q, RQ) with ϕ|P = ϕ, ϕ(Q) = Q, and ϕ|Q ∈ K . Aut(Q) {1} As special cases, set NF (Q) = NF (Q) and CF (Q) = NF (Q): the normalizer and centralizer fusion systems, respectively, of Q. 2 that for any saturated fusion system F over a p-group S, and any Q ≤ S, Q F if and only if NF (Q) = F, and Q ≤ Z(F) (Q is central in F) if and only if CF (Q) = F.

Thus ϕ|R ∈ HomE (R, Q), R ∈ F c , so by assumption, ϕ ∈ HomE (Nϕ , S). Thus Q is receptive in E. 36 PART I: INTRODUCTION TO FUSION SYSTEMS We have now shown, for each P ∈ F c , that there is Q ∈ P E which is fully automized and receptive in E. 9. 10. We are now ready to describe all saturated fusion subsystems of index prime to p in a saturated fusion system. For any fusion system F over a p-group S, let Γp (F) be the free group on the set Mor(F c ), modulo the relations induced by composition, and by dividing out by Op (AutF (P )) for all P ∈ F c .

Hence α = (α1 , α2 ), so αi = α|Pi ∈ AutFi (Pi ), and this contradicts the original assumption that α∈ / AutF1 ×F2 (P ). Thus F ⊆ F1 × F2 . If AutF (S) = AutF1 ×F2 (S), then AutFi (Si ) = AutFi (Si ) (i = 1, 2) by construction, and so Fi = Fi , AutFi (Si ) = Fi by (b). Hence F = F1 × F2 = F1 × F2 . 32 PART I: INTRODUCTION TO FUSION SYSTEMS As an example, ﬁx a prime q = p, and two pairs of ﬁnite groups Hi Gi (i = 1, 2) such that |Gi /Hi | = q, and such that for Si ∈ Sylp (Gi ), CGi (Si ) ≤ Hi . Let Γ ≤ G1 ×G2 be a subgroup of index q which contains H1 ×H2 , and contains neither G1 nor G2 .

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