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- of a semidirect product is a generalization of a direct product. There are two closely related concepts of semidirect product: an inner semidirect product...
- (mathematics) Direct product Cartesian product of sets Direct product of groups Semidirect product Product of group subsets Wreath product Free product Zappa–Szép...
- Semi-direct democracy is a type of democracy that combines the mechanisms of direct democracy and representative government. In semi-direct democracy,...
- with C2. G = A 3 ⋊ H {\displaystyle G=\mathrm {A} _{3}\rtimes H} , a semidirect product, where H is a subgroup of two elements: () and one of the three...
- semidirect product N ⋊ H {\displaystyle N\rtimes H} where N is abelian and H is finite. (For example, any generalized dihedral group.) Any semidirect...
- product of groups usually refers to a direct product of groups, but may also mean: semidirect product Product of group subsets wreath product free product...
- constructed from two subgroups. It is a generalization of the direct and semidirect products. It is named after Guido Zappa (1940) and Jenő Szép (1950) although...
- {\displaystyle \rtimes } \rtimes semidirect product the semidirect product of group theory N ⋊φ H is the semidirect product of N (a normal subgroup) and...
- Levi (1905), states that any finite-dimensional real Lie algebra g is the semidirect product of a solvable ideal and a semisimple subalgebra. One is its radical...
- In probability theory, a Markov kernel (also known as a stochastic kernel or probability kernel) is a map that in the general theory of Markov processes...
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