Leonid A. Kurdachenko

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Let G be a group with the property that there are no infinite descending chains of non-subnormal subgroups of G for which all successive indices are infinite. The main result is that if G is a locally (soluble-by-finite) group with this property then either G has all subgroups subnormal or G is a soluble-by-finite minimax group. This result fills a gap left(More)
Let V be a vector space over a field F . If G≤GL(V, F ), the central dimension of G is the F -dimension of the vector space V/CV (G). In [DEK] and [KS], soluble linear groups in which the set Licd(G) of all proper infinite central dimensional subgroups of G satisfies the minimal condition and the maximal condition, respectively, have been described. On the(More)
A transitively normal subgroup of a group G is one that is normal in every subgroup in which it is subnormal. This concept is obviously related to the transitivity of normality because the latter holds in every subgroup of a group G if and only if every subgroup of G is transitively normal. In this paper we describe the structure of a group whose cyclic(More)
A group G has subnormal deviation at most 1 if, for every descending chain H0 > H1 > . . . of non-subnormal subgroups of G, for all but finitely many i there is no infinite descending chain of non-subnormal subgroups of G that contain Hi+1 and are contained in Hi. This property P, say, was investigated in a previous paper by the authors, where soluble(More)