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On the capability of groups

  • Graham Ellis (a1)

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We show how the third integral homology of a group plays a role in determining whether a given group is isomorphic to an inner automorphism group. Various necessary conditions, and sufficient conditions, for the existence of such an isomorphism are obtained.

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On the capability of groups

  • Graham Ellis (a1)

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