A Correction to the Uniqueness of a Partial Perfect Locality over a Frobenius P-Category

@article{Puig2017ACT,
  title={A Correction to the Uniqueness of a Partial Perfect Locality over a Frobenius P-Category},
  author={Lluis Puig},
  journal={arXiv: Group Theory},
  year={2017}
}
  • L. Puig
  • Published 14 June 2017
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: Group Theory
Let $p$ be a prime, $P$ a finite p-group and $\cal F$ a Frobenius $P$-category. In "Existence, uniqueness and functoriality of the perfect locality over a Frobenius $P$-category", Algebra Colloquium, 23(2016) 541-622, we also claimed the uniqueness of the partial perfect locality $\cal L^{\frak X}$ over any up-closed set $\frak X$ of $\cal F$-selfcentralizing subgroups of $P$, but recently Bob Oliver exhibit some counter-examples, demanding some revision of our arguments. In this Note we show… 
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