Kazarin, L. S.; Martínez Pastor, Ana; Perez Ramos, Maria Dolores(Elsevier, 2013-04-01)

[EN] For a set of primes pi, a group X is said to be pi-decomposable if X = X-pi x X-pi' is the direct product of a pi-subgroup X-pi and a pi'-subgroup X-pi', where pi' is the complementary of pi in the set of all prime ...

[EN] The main result in the paper states the following: Let π be a set of odd primes. Let the finite group G=AB be the product of a π -decomposable subgroup A=Oπ(A)×Oπ′(A) and a π -subgroup B . Then Oπ(A)⩽Oπ(G); ...

Kazarin, L. S.; Martínez Pastor, Ana; Perez Ramos, Maria Dolores(European Mathematical Society-Publishing House, 2015)

[EN] The aim of this paper is to prove the following result: let π be a set of odd primes. If the finite group G = AB is a product of two π-decomposable subgroups A = Oπ(A)×Oπ (A) and B = Oπ(B)×Oπ (B), then Oπ(A)Oπ(B)=Oπ(B)Oπ(A) ...

[EN] Let the group G = AB be a product of two π-decomposable subgroups A = Oπ(A) × Oπ′ (A) and B = Oπ(B) × Oπ′ (B) where π is a set of primes. The authors conjecture that Oπ(A)Oπ(B) = Oπ(B)Oπ(A) if π is a set of odd primes. ...

Ballester Bolinches, Adolfo; Esteban Romero, Ramón(Cambridge University Press, 2001-12)

[EN] In this paper a local version of Agrawal's theorem about the structure of finite groups in which Sylow permutability is transitive is given. The result is used to obtain new characterisations of this class of finite groups.