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Tag Archives: conjugacy
Graphs on groups, 10
The lesson of this post and the next in the series is that the most interesting questions (to me, anyway) are not about the girth of the deep commuting graph but instead about the classes of groups G defined by … Continue reading
Posted in doing mathematics, exposition
Tagged 2Engel group, commuting graph, conjugacy, Dedekind group, enhanced power graph, power graph
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The probability of conjugacy
Last week John Britnell spoke in the London Algebra Colloquium. He talked about joint work with Simon Blackburn and Mark Wildon (the preprint is here), and remarked that since they are both at Royal Holloway and he is in Bristol, … Continue reading
Posted in exposition, mathematics
Tagged analytic combinatorics, conjugacy, Frobenius groups
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