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Some products in fusion systems and localities

  title={Some products in fusion systems and localities},
  author={Ellen Henke},
The theory of saturated fusion systems resembles in many parts the theory of finite groups. However, some concepts from finite group theory are difficult to translate to fusion systems. For example, products of normal subsystems with other subsystems are only defined in special cases. In this paper the theory of localities is used to prove the following result: Suppose F is a saturated fusion system over a p-group S. If E is a normal subsystem of F over T ≤ S, and D is a normal subsystem of NF… Expand
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