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Finite presentability of S-arithmetic groups

compact presentability of solvable groups

by Herbert Abels

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Linear algebraic groups.,
  • Arithmetic groups.,
  • Lie groups.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [171]-174) and index.

    StatementHerbert Abels.
    SeriesLecture notes in mathematics ;, 1261, Lecture notes in mathematics (Springer-Verlag) ;, 1261.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA3 .L28 no. 1261, QA171 .L28 no. 1261
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 178 p. :
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2387348M
    ISBN 103540179755, 0387179755
    LC Control Number87016399

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Buy Finite Presentability of S-Arithmetic Groups Compact Presentability of Solvable Groups (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Finite Presentability of S-Arithmetic Groups Compact Presentability of Solvable Groups (Lecture Notes in Mathematics): Abels, Herbert: : Books.

The problem of determining which S-arithmetic groups have a finite presentation is solved for arbitrary linear algebraic groups over finite extension fields of #3.

For certain solvable topological groups this problem may be reduced to an analogous problem, that of compact presentability. Most of.

About this book. Introduction. The problem of determining which S-arithmetic groups have a finite presentation is solved for arbitrary linear algebraic groups over finite extension fields of #3.

For certain solvable topological groups this problem may be reduced to an analogous problem, that of compact presentability. Summary: The problem of determining which S-arithmetic groups have a finite presentation is solved for arbitrary linear algebraic groups over finite extension fields of #3.

The book will be of interest to readers working on infinite groups, topological groups, and algebraic and arithmetic groups.

The problem of determining which S-arithmetic groups have a finite presentation is solved for arbitrary linear algebraic groups over finite extension fields of #3. The book will be of interest to readers working on infinite groups, topological groups, and algebraic and arithmetic groups.

Abels H. () S-arithmetic groups. In: Finite Presentability of S-Arithmetic Groups Compact Presentability of Solvable Groups. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol Cited by: 1. FINITE PRESENTABILITY OF ARITHMETIC GROUPS OVER GLOBAL FUNCTION FIELDS by HELMUT BEHR* (Received 10th August ) 1.

Introduction and survey Arithmetic subgroups of reductive algebraic groups over number fields are finitely presentable, but over global function fields this is not always true. All known exceptions are "small" groups, which means that either the rank of Cited by: We offer Variety types of Finite Presentability Of S from Ebay.

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Stack Exchange network consists of Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share. Abstract In [Finite presentability of Bruck–Reilly extensions of groups, J. Algebra () 20–30], Araujo and Ruškuc studied finite generation and finite presentability of Bruck–Reilly extension of a group.

In this paper, we aim to generalize some results given in that paper to generalized Bruck–Reilly ∗-extension of a : Seda Oğuz, Eylem G. Karpuz. The arithmetic theory of algebraic groups 3 For every finite non-empty subset S C VK containing VK, we denote by O(S) the ring of S-integers of K, that is, O(S) = {α ζ Κ \ v(a) > 0 Vv ζ V K \5}; for S = V£, where Κ is a field of algebraic numbers, O(S) = Ο is the ring of S-integers of K; if Κ is a function field, we denote by Ο the ring O{°°), where °° is the set of valuations Cited by: The Multiplicative Group of.

The section studies the various multiplicative groups we have encountered so far: ∗, ∗, ∗ and the squares of these groups. This tools in this section will be useful in the next chapter when Serre discusses the Hilbert symbol. It is proved that S is finitely generated if and only if G can be generated by a set of the form ⋃ ∞i = 0 A θ i, where A ⊆ G is finite.

The main result states that S is finitely presented if and only if G can be defined by a presentation of the form 〈 A ∣ R 〉 where A is finite and R is of the form ⋃ ∞i = Cited by: You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

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Patent and Trademark Cited by: Let M be a Clifford monoid and let θ be an endomorphism of M. We prove that if the Bruck–Reilly extension BR(M, θ) is finitely presented then M is finitely generated. This allows us to derive neces Cited by: 3. for finite presentability of S-arithmetic groups, due to Abels [A2].

It involves the computation of the first and second cohomology group of a suitable Lie algebra. Proofs of all results except finite presentability of Γ We need some facts about Property (T).

Lemma (see [HV, Chap. 3, Th´eor`eme 4]). Let G be a locally compact group. Two finitely generated groups have the same set of finite quotients if and only if their profinite completions are isomorphic.

Consider the map which sends (the isomorphism class of) an S-arithmetic group to (the isomorphism class of) its profinite completion. Thus, the groups we call “S-arithmetic” would be called “(S ∪ S ∞)-arithmetic” in the usual terminology.

Here is an archimedean superrigidity theorem that is easy to state: Theorem (See Witte [6, Thm. ].) Suppose Γ is a Zariski-dense, S-arithmetic subgroup of a solvable algebraic Q-group G. If rank Q G = 0, then Γ is R Author: Dave Witte Morris, Daniel Studenmund. Buy Representations of Finite Groups: Local Cohomology and Support (Oberwolfach Seminars) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Representations of Finite Groups: Local Cohomology and Support (Oberwolfach Seminars): Benson, David J., Iyengar, Srikanth, Krause, Henning: : BooksCited by: In particular, for \(k=2\) we are characterizing finite presentability of kernels and stabilizers.

Examples discussed include: locally rigid actions, translation actions on vector spaces (especially those by metabelian groups), actions on trees (including those of \(S\)-arithmetic groups on Bruhat-Tits trees), and \(SL_2\) actions on the.I'm looking for an example of a finitely presented and finitely generated amenable group, that has a subgroup which is not finitely generated.

Example of an amenable finitely generated and presented group with a non-finitely generated subgroup. Math. Z. 75,For finite presentability of permutational wreath products, see a.