The Burnside problem and identities in groups by S. I. AdiНЎan

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  • Burnside problem.,
  • Group theory -- Relations.,
  • Group theory -- Generators.

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Other titlesIdentities in groups.
StatementS. I. Adian ; translated from the Russian by John Lennox and James Wiegold.
SeriesErgebnisse der Mathematik und ihrer Grenzgebiete ;, 95
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LC ClassificationsQA171 .A313
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Paginationx, 311 p. ;
Number of Pages311
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Open LibraryOL4728902M
ISBN 100387087281
LC Control Number78016896

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A negative solution for the Burnside problem was obtained by Novikov– Adian, and later by Olshanskii and Rips. Denote byB(r,n) the free group with r generators in the Burnside variety xn ≡ 1. The restricted Burnside. the book.

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Burnside's Lemma is used to express the number of orbits in terms of the number of objects fixed by permutations in the group at hand.

Every permutation group associates with it a polynomial called the cycle index. The classical enumeration theorem of Polya can be viewed as an enumerator of functions and is easier to apply to most graphical.

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The Burnside problem, posed by William Burnside in and one of the oldest and most influential questions in group theory, asks whether a finitely generated group in which every element has finite order must necessarily be a finite group.

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Definition. The Burnside group (sometimes called the free Burnside group) is defined as the quotient of the free group on generators by the normal subgroup generated by all powers. A Burnside group is a group that occurs as for some choice of and.

Note that any Burnside group is a reduced free group because it is a quotient group of a free group by a verbal subgroup.

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Theorem ([20], see also [28, Chapter 10]). The following conditions are equivalent for n~>2: (i) If G is a finitely generated group where each element satisfies x "-1 = 1, then G.

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