On the lattice automorphisms of certain algebraic groups
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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
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On the lattice automorphisms of certain algebraic groups. By Mauro Costantini. Get PDF (3 MB) Abstract. In the first chapter we give an introduction, and a survey of known results, which we shall use throughout the dissertation. We prove that if G is a simple algebraic group Author: Mauro Costantini. On the lattice automorphisms of certain algebraic groups Author: Costantini, Mauro ISNI: In the second chapter we first prove that every projectivity of a connected reductive non-abelian algebraic group Cited by: 2. Bringing together specialists from projective, birational algebraic geometry and affine and complex algebraic geometry, including Mori theory and algebraic group actions, this book is the result of ensuing talks and discussions from the conference “Groups of Automorphisms in Birational and Affine Geometry” . group theorists have worked in this field, most notably Baer, Sadovskii, Suzuki, and Zacher. Since the only book on subgroup lattices is still Suzuki's Ergebnisbericht of , there is a clear need for a book on this subject to describe more recent developments. We denote the subgroup lattice of a group G by L(G). If G and Gare groups.

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