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### Automorphisms in Hilbert spaces

Let $H$ be a Hilbert space and $H'\le H$ a subspace as Hilbert spaces (I mean, the inner product in $H'$ is the same inner product of $H$ restricted to $H'$).
If we take $f:H\to H$ an automorphism of ...

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### Equivalence classes induced on binary strings by set of permutations

Let $\mathbb{F}_2^{n}$ be the set of binary strings of length $n$ and let $f: \mathbb{F}_2^{n} \rightarrow \mathbb{R}$ be a function from the set of binary strings of length $n$ to the reals.
Let's ...

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### Automorphism groups of virtually cyclic groups

Let $V$ be a virtually cyclic group.
Then is $Aut(V)$ also a virtually cyclic group?
This is true when $V$ is a finite group (zero-ended) and when $V = C_\infty, D_\infty$ (both two-ended).

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### A restatement, in terms of the semi-group product of the left-invariant completion of a Polish group, of http://mathoverflow.net/questions/71389

This is a re-statement, of sorts, of Is there a relational countable ultra-homogeneous structure whose countable substructures do not have the amalgamation property?, so far unanswered.
Let $G$ be a ...

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### Automorphisms of an infinite direct product of abelian groups

Let $G = \prod_p \mathbb{Z}/p\mathbb{Z}$, where $p$ ranges over all primes, considered as an abelian group. What does $\text{Aut}(G)$ (or even $\text{End}(G)$) look like?
I know that that if we take ...

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### Sylow subgroups invariant under an automorphism

Let $G$ be a finite group and $\sigma$ an automorphism of $G$. Suppose $p$ is a prime and $\sigma$ has prime order $q \neq p$. It's easy to see that $\sigma$ fixes a Sylow $p$-subgroup of $G$ if ...

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### Automorphism Group of some Classical groups

Hi All,
I would like to know the Automorphism group of some simple classical groups, such as PSL(n,q) or some PSU or PSp groups. Could you please give me some recommended books or papers then? I ...

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### Outer automorphisms of free groups into bigger free groups

This may be very either very simple or very unknown, but here goes: Let $F_n$ be the free group on $n$ generators and $Out(F_n)$ its outer automorphism group.
Can embeddings $Out(F_n) ...

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### Automorphism of a wreath product

Let $S_k \wr S_n$ be the wreath product of two symmetric groups (so $S_n$ acts on $(S_k)^n = S_k \times ... \times S_k$ by permuting the factors; we then take the semi-direct product).
What is ...

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### The automorphism group of a hyperelliptic curve

Let $C$ be the projective smooth genus 2 curve defined by $y^2=x^5-x$ over $\mathbb F_5.$ What is the order of its automorphism group (automorphisms over $\mathbb F_5$)?
I have seen different ...

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### Non-trivial consequences of Baer's theorem and Lucchini's theorem in subnormality theory

There are a couple of beautiful results in finite group theory that look trivial, at least on a first glance, but require non-trivial facts to prove. I am basically interested in whether these results ...

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### Groups as automorphism groups of small graphs and the number of rigid graphs of a given size

In a recent question of mine I asked whether every infinite group is (isomorphic to) the automorphism group of a graph. The finite case was done by Frucht in 1939.
The first answer to this ...

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### Realizing groups as automorphism groups of graphs.

Frucht showed that every finite group is the automorphism group of a finite graph. The paper is here.
The argument basically is that a group is the automorphism group of its (colored) Cayley graph
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