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**Franz Georg Timmesfeld,B. Stellmacher**

- Author:Franz Georg Timmesfeld,B. Stellmacher
- ISBN:0821808702
- ISBN13:978-0821808702
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- Publisher:Amer Mathematical Society (November 1, 1998)
- Pages:123 pages
- Subcategory:Mathematics
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Bernd Stellmacher; Franz Georg Timmesfeld. Book Series Name: Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society. Publication Month and Year: 2013-03-17.

Bernd Stellmacher; Franz Georg Timmesfeld,n}) and let (B) and (P i, i in I) be a collection of finite subgroups of (G).

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Bernd Stellmacher and Franz Georg Timmesfeld.

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The amalgam method was used in the classifications of finite simple groups, and is discussed in Classification of Finite . Informally, an amalgam is a group ‘sitting inside’ two other groups and the coset graph is a way to look at how the cosets of subgroups interact

The amalgam method was used in the classifications of finite simple groups, and is discussed in Classification of Finite Simple Groups no. 2 by Gorenstein, Lyons and Solomon. Informally, an amalgam is a group ‘sitting inside’ two other groups and the coset graph is a way to look at how the cosets of subgroups interact. These are combined in the amalgam method - a way of classifying amalgams satisfying certain conditions. The amalgam method was used in the classifications of finite simple groups, and is discussed in Classification of Finite Simple Groups no. View PDF. Save to Library.

(1) $G = langle P_i|i in Irangle$,

(2) $B$ is the normalizer of a $p-Sylow$-subgroup in $P_i$,

(3) No nontrivial normal subgroup of $B$ is normal in $G$,

(4) $O^{p^prime}(P_i/O_p(P_i))$ is a rank 1 Lie-type group in char $p$ (also including solvable cases).

If $n = 2$, then the structure of $P_1, P_2$ was determined by Delgado and Stellmacher. In this book the authors treat the case $n = 3$. This has applications for locally finite, chamber transitive Tits-geometries and the classification of quasithin groups.