Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 95, Issue 2, pp 2116–2118 | Cite as

Testing of subgroups of a finite group for some embedding properties like pronormality

  • V. I. Mysovskikh


Here we describe algorithms for testing subgroups of a finite group for the following embedding properties: pronormality, abnormality, paranormality, and their weak analogs. The method is based on the decomposition of the main group into some double cosets. These algorithms are realized in the computer algebra system GAP. Bibliography: 7titles.


Main Group Finite Group Computer Algebra Computer Algebra System Double Coset 
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