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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)

In this paper we study some locally soluble FC-groups G all of whose factor-groups G/N are residually finite.

The article is dedicated to groups in which the set of abnormal and normal subgroups (U -subgroups) forms a lattice. A complete description of these groups under the additional restriction that every counternormal subgroup is abnormal is obtained.

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)

The paper is devoted to the study of some important types of minimal artinian linear groups. The authors prove that in such classes of groups as hypercentral groups (so also, nilpotent and abelian groups) and FC-groups, minimal artinian linear groups have precisely the same structure as the corresponding irreducible linear groups. 2000 Mathematics Subject… (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)

Let G be a group with all subgroups subnormal. A normal subgroup N of G is said to be G-minimax if it has a finite G-invariant series whose factors are abelian and satisfy either max-G or minG. It is proved that if the normal closure of every element of G is G-minimax then G is nilpotent and the normal closure of every element is minimax. Further results of… (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)