Separability and complete reducibility of subgroups of the Weyl group of a simple algebraic group (2012)
Type of ContentTheses / Dissertations
Degree NameMaster of Science
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Mathematics and Statistics
Let G be a reductive algebraic group defined over an algebraically closed field of characteristic p. A subgroup H of G is called G-complete reducible whenever H is contained in a parabolic subgroup P of G, it is contained in some Levi subgroup of P. In this thesis, we present a pair of reductive subgroups H and M of G of type E_7 such that H<M and H is G-completely reducible but not M-completely reducible.
Keywordsalgebraic groups; complete reducibility; positive characteristic; reductive algebraic groups; separability
RightsCopyright Tomohiro Uchiyama
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