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Groups of finite Morley rank and genericity

Jaligot, E (Lyon II)
Tuesday 12 July 2005, 17:00-18:00

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


The ultimate Algebricity Conjecture concerning groups of finite Morley rank postulates that simple groups of this class are algebraic. The weaker Genericity Conjecture postulates that they contain a generous Carter subgroup. These definable connected nilpotent subgroups of finite index in their normalizers exist in any group of finite Morley rank and they are a good approximation of maximal tori in the algebraic context. Such a subgroup is said to be generous if its conjugates form a generic subset of the ambiant group. I will explain a conjugacy theorem of generous Carter subgroups and show some striking consequences of the presence a generous Carter subgroup in a group of finite Morley rank.

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