Radicals and subdirect decompositions of Ω-groups Academic Article uri icon


  • AbstractStarting with a class ℳ of Ω-groups, necessary and sufficient conditions on ℳ are given to ensure that the corresponding Hoehnke radical ρ (determined by the subdirect closure of ℳ as semisimple class) is a radical in the sense of Kurosh and Amitsur; has a hereditary semisimple class; satisfies the ADS-property; has a hereditary radical class or satisfies ρN ∩ I ⊆ ρI and lastly, have both a hereditary radical and semisimple class or satisfies ρN ∩ I = ρI.

publication date

  • April 1990