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  • Kurdachenko, L.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2005)
    t. Some properties of abnormal subgroups in generalized soluble groups are considered. In particular, the transitivity of abnormality in metahypercentral groups is proven. Also it is proven that a subgroup H of a radical ...
  • Kurdachenko, L.A.; Semko, N.N.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Доповіді НАН України, 2019)
    A subgroup H of a group G is called malonormal in G, if H ⌒ H^x = <1> for every element x ∉ NG(H). These subgroups are generalizations of malnormal subgroups. Every malnormal subgroup is malonormal, and every selfnormal ...
  • Dixon, M.R.; Kurdachenko, L.A.; Pypka, A.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2016)
    This is a survey of a number of recent results concerned with groups whose subgroups satisfy certain rank conditions.
  • Kurdachenko, L.A.; Otal, J.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Український математичний журнал, 2002)
    We consider BCC-groups, that is groups G with Chernikov conjugacy classes in which for every element x ∈ G the minimax rank of the divisible part of the Chernikov group G/C G(xᴳ) and the order of the corresponding factor-group ...
  • Dixon, M.R.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2009)
    This paper gives a brief historical survey of results in which certain systems of subgroups of a group satisfy various finiteness conditions.
  • Kurdachenko, L.A.; Semko (Jr.), N.N.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2012)
    A subgroup H of a group G is said to be transitively normal in G, if H is normal in every subgroup K ≥ H such that H is subnormal in K. We described some infinite groups, whose non–finitely generated subgroups are transitively ...
  • Kurdachenko, L.A.; Yashchuk, V.S.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2015)
    In this paper, we introduce some algebraic struc-ture associated with groups and lattices. This structure is a semi-group and it appeared as the result of our new approach to thefuzzy groups andL-fuzzy groups whereLis a ...
  • Kurdachenko, L.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya.; Semko, N.N. (Доповіді НАН України, 2018)
    An algebra L over a field F is said to be a Leibniz algebra (more precisely a left Leibniz algebra) if it satisfies the Leibniz identity: [[a, b], c] = [a, [b, c]] – [b, [a, c]] for all a, b, c ∈ L. Leibniz algebras are ...
  • Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2009)
    Investigation of groups satisfying certain conditions, related to the subgroup arrangement, enabled algebraists to introduce and describe many important classes of groups. The roots of such investigations lie in the works ...
  • Kirichenko, V.V.; Kurdachenko, L.A.; Pypka, A.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2013)
    This article is dedicated to the memory of an outstanding algebraist Leonid A. Shemetkov. His ideas and results not only shaped modern soluble finite group theory, but significantly influenced other branches of algebra. ...
  • Kurdachenko, L.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya.; Yashchuk, V.S. (Доповіді НАН України, 2020)
    A subalgebra S of a Leibniz algebra L is called a contraideal, if an ideal, generated by S coincides with L. We study the Leibniz algebras, whose subalgebras are either an ideal or a contraideal. Let L be an algebra over ...
  • Kurdachenko, L.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya.; Yashchuk, V.S. (Доповіді НАН України, 2017)
    We obtain a description of solvable Leibniz algebras, whose subideals are ideals. A description of certain types of Leibniz T-algebras is also obtained. In particular, it is established that the structure of Leibniz ...
  • Kirichenko, V.V.; Kurdachenko, L.A.; Otal, J.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2012)
    We survey the most outstanding contributions due to D.I. Zaitsev in the Theory of Infinite Groups.
  • Kurdachenko, L.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya.; Velychko, T.V. (Доповіді НАН України, 2020)
    This paper devoted to the nonperiodic locally generalized radical groups, whose subgroups of infinite special rank are transitively normal. We proved that if such a group G includes an ascendant locally nilpotent subgroup ...
  • Kurdachenko, L.A.; Semko, N.N.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Доповіді НАН України, 2019)
    Lie algebras are exactly the anticommutative Leibniz algebras. We conduct a brief analysis of the approach to Leibniz algebras which is based on the concept of anticenter (Lie-center) and antinilpotency (Lie nilpotentency).
  • Kurdachenko, L.A.; Pypka, A.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Доповіді НАН України, 2019)
    We investigate the influence of some natural types of subgroups on the structure of groups. A subgroup H of the group G is called core-free if CoreG(H) = 〈1〉. We study the groups, in which every subgroup is either normal ...
  • Dixon, M.R.; Kurdachenko, L.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2007)
    In the current survey the authors consider some ofthe main theorems concerning groups satisfying certain rank con-ditions. They present these theorems starting with recently estab-lished results. This order of exposition ...
  • Dixon, M.R.; Kirichenko, V.V.; Kurdachenko, L.A.; Otal, J.; Semko, N.N.; Shemetkov, L.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2012)
    In this survey, the authors want to show the development and continuation of some studies, in which S.N.Chernikov stood as the main originator and to demonstrate clearly the extent of influence exerted by the ideas and ...
  • Kirichenko, V.V.; Kurdachenko, L.A.; Pypka, A.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2017)
    One of the key tendencies in the development of Leibniz algebra theory is the search for analogues of the basic results of Lie algebra theory. In this survey, we consider the reverse situation. Here the main attention is ...
  • Kirichenko, V.V.; Kurdachenko, L.A.; Subbotin, I.Ya. (Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, 2011)
    Some influential families of subgroups such as pronormal subgroups, contranormal subgroups, and abnormal subgroups, their generalizations, characterizations, interplays between them and the group, and their connections to ...