"Groups With Trivial Centers And Automorphisms"


  • Dr. Bijendra Kumar
  • Dr. Aklesh Kumar


Group Structure, Unique Properties, Transformations, Mappings and Implications.


The article "Groups with Trivial Centers and Automorphisms" investigates the intricate relationship between group structure and automorphisms. Focusing on groups whose centers consist solely of the identity element, the study aims to elucidate the unique
properties and transformations within such groups. Through a combination of theoretical analysis and concrete examples, the article explores the consequences of having a trivial center on the group's internal commutation patterns and symmetries. The article delves into the concept of automorphisms, which are structure-preserving mappings from a group to itself. It examines how the presence of a trivial center influences the set of automorphisms, emphasizing inner automorphisms, which are generated by conjugation by elements of the group. Additionally, the article investigates the relationship between the automorphism group and the underlying group, unveiling deep connections between symmetries and transformations. By presenting theorems and proofs, the article provides insights into the classification of automorphisms and their implications for various groups, including symmetric and alternating groups. Furthermore, it discusses challenges in computing automorphism groups, extending automorphisms, and understanding the broader consequences of trivial centers. The article contributes to the understanding of abstract algebraic structures and their applications in diverse mathematical contexts.




How to Cite

Dr. Bijendra Kumar, & Dr. Aklesh Kumar. (2021). "Groups With Trivial Centers And Automorphisms". Elementary Education Online, 20(4), 5160–5168. Retrieved from https://ilkogretim-online.org/index.php/pub/article/view/2789