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Gl1. , which implies that xl1. E (G because G = GI1.. ] whenever a E End G, we see that the derived subgroup is fully-invariant. 9). Another example of a fully-invariant subgroup is Gn, the subgroup generated by all nth powers of elements of G. Operator Groups We introduce next a very useful generalization of the concept of a group. 5. Endomorphisms and Automorphisms called the operator domain and a function tX: G x n -+ G such that 9 1--+ (g, w)tX is an endomorphism of G for each WEn. We shall write gW for (g, w)tX and speak of the n-group G if the function tX is understood.
Ii) ~~~~ = ~X whenever A. :$; }l :$; v. , ~~ IA. :$; }l E A} is called a direct system of groups. We shall how to construct a group D=~G). 4. IA E A} is called the direct limit of the direct system D. The idea here is that in D an element g). of G). is to be identified with all its images g~~. We shall assume that the groups G). are disjoint, so that G). n Gil = 0 if A #- Jl. There is no real loss of generality here since G). can be replaced by a suitable isomorphic copy. In the sequel g). will always denote an element ofG)..
These are monomorphisms from H to G and N to G respectively. Writing H* and N* for their images we have, of course, H ~ H* and N ~ N*. Since (h, IN)(lH' n) = (h, n), we have also G = H* N*, while it is clear that H* n N* = 1. Finally (h, lNrl(lH' n)(h, IN) = (lH' nh"), which shows that N*