Vasil’ev, A. V. Staroletov, A. M.
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Algebra and Logic

The spectrum of a finite group is the set of its elements orders. Groups are said to be isospectral if their spectra coincide. For every finite simple exceptional group L = E7(q), we prove that each finite group isospectral to L is isomorphic to a group G squeezed between L and its automorphism group, i.e., L ≤ G ≤ AutL; in particular, up to isomor...

Vasil’ev, A. V.
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Algebra and Logic

We specify normalizers of Sylow r-subgroups in finite simple linear and unitary groups for the case where r is an odd prime distinct from the characteristic of a definition field of a group.

Mishutushkin, I. P.
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Algebra and Logic

For a finite groupoid with right cancellation, we define the concepts of a bicycle, of a bicyclic decomposition, and of a bicyclic action of the symmetric group of permutations on a groupoid. An isomorphism criterion based on a bicyclic decomposition gives rise to an effective method for solving problems such as establishing an isomorphism between ...

Gein, A. G. Shushpanov, M. P.
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Algebra and Logic

We consider 3-generated lattices among generators of which there are elements of distributive and modular types, and one of the generators is necessarily standard. For each triple of such generators, we answer the question whether a lattice generated by that triple is finite.

Daniyarova, E. Y. U. Myasnikov, A. G. Remeslennikov, V. N.
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Algebra and Logic

This paper enters into a series of works on universal algebraic geometry—a branch of mathematics that is presently flourishing and is still undergoing active development. The theme and subject area of universal algebraic geometry have their origins in classical algebraic geometry over a field, while the language and almost the entire methodological...

Romanovskii, N. S.
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Algebra and Logic

A group G is said to be rigid if it contains a normal series G = G1 > G2 > . . . > Gm > Gm+1 = 1, whose quotients Gi/Gi+1 are Abelian and, treated as right ℤ[G/Gi]-modules, are torsion-free. A rigid group G is divisible if elements of the quotient Gi/Gi+1 are divisible by nonzero elements of the ring ℤ[G/Gi]. Every rigid group is embedded in a divi...

Emel’yanov, D. Yu. Kulpeshov, B. Sh. Sudoplatov, S. V.
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Algebra and Logic

Algebras of distributions of binary isolating formulas over a type for quite o-minimal theories with nonmaximal number of countable models are described. It is proved that an isomorphism of these algebras for two 1-types is characterized by the coincidence of convexity ranks and also by simultaneous satisfaction of isolation, quasirationality, or i...

Kravchenko, A. V. Nurakunov, A. M. Schwidefsky, M. V.
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Algebra and Logic

We find a sufficient condition for a quasivariety K to have continuum many subquasivarieties that have no independent quasi-equational bases relative to K but have ω-independent quasi-equational bases relative to K. This condition also implies that K is Q-universal.

Kanunnikov, A. L.
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Algebra and Logic

We specify conditions on a group G that are necessary and sufficient for analogs of Goldie’s theorems to hold in a class of G-graded rings, i.e., for every G-graded gr-prime (gr-semiprime) right Goldie ring to possess a completely gr-reducible graded classical right ring of quotients.

Galatentko, A. V. Pankrat’ev, A. E. Rodin, S. B.
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Algebra and Logic

We formulate a polynomial completeness criterion for quasigroups of prime order, and show that verification of polynomial completeness may require time polynomial in order. The results obtained are generalized to n-quasigroups for any n ≥ 3. In conclusion, simple corollaries are given on the share of polynomially complete quasigroups among all quas...