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London Mathematical Society lecture note series ; 272 

London Mathematical Society lecture note series ; 272

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"First published in French by Asterisque as Theorie des characteres dans le theoreme de Feit et Thompson and Le theorem de BenderSuzuki II"Title page verso 

pt. I. Character Theory for the Odd Order Theorem. 1. Preliminary Results from Character Theory. 2. The Dade Isometry. 3. T1Subsets with Cyclic Normalizers. 4. The Dade Isometry for a Certain Type of Subgroup. 5. Coherence. 6. Some Coherence Theorems. 7. Nonexistence of a Certain Type of Group of Odd Order. 8. Structure of a Minimal Simple Group of Odd Order. 9. On the Maximal Subgroups of G of Types II, III and IV. 10. Maximal Subgroups of Types III, IV and V. 11. Maximal Subgroups of Types III and IV. 12. Maximal Subgroups of Type I. 13. The Subgroups S and T. 14. Nonexistence of G  pt. II. A Theorem of Suzuki. Ch. I. General Properties of G. 1. Consequences of Hypothesis (A1). 2. The Structure of Q and of K 

The famous and important theorem of W. Feit and J. G. Thompson states that every group of odd order is solvable, and the proof of this has roughly two parts. The first part appeared in Bender and Glauberman's Local Analysis for the Odd Order Theorem which was number 188 in this series. This book, first published in 2000, provides the charactertheoretic second part and thus completes the proof. Also included here is a revision of a theorem of Suzuki on split BNpairs of rank one; a prerequisite for the classification of finite simple groups. All researchers in group theory should have a copy of this book in their library 
Subject 
FeitThompson theorem


Finite groups


Characters of groups

Alt Author 
Sandling, Robert, translator

