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• A connected graph "G" with the same vertex set as a connected hypergraph "H" is a host graph for "H" if every hyperedge of "H" induces a connected subgraph in "G". For a disconnected hypergraph "H", "G" is a host graph if there is a bijection between the connected components of "G" and of "H", such that each connected component "G" of "G" is a host of the corresponding "H".
• This terminology is also used when P is just another group. That is, if "G" and "H" are groups then "G" is "virtually" "H" if "G" has a subgroup "K" of finite index in "G" such that "K" is isomorphic to "H".
• Examples of non-multiplicative graphs can be constructed from two graphs "G" and "H" that are not comparable in the homomorphism order (that is, neither "G"→"H" nor "H"→"G" holds). In this case, letting "K"="G"×"H", we trivially have "G"×"H"→"K", but neither "G" nor "H" can admit a homomorphism into "K", since composed with the projection "K"→"H" or "K"→"G" it would give a contradiction.
• It is also easy to see that for each "H" ≤ "G", the map "Ω"("G") → Z : "X" ↦ "m'X"("H") is a homomorphism. This means that to know the marks of "G", it is sufficient to evaluate them on the generators of "Ω"("G"), "viz." the orbits "G"/"H".
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• If "G" had a nontrivial proper normal subgroup "H", then (because of the minimality of "G"), "H" and "G"/"H" would be solvable, so "G" as well, which would contradict our assumption. So "G" is simple.
• Here an element "g" is in "H"C"G"("H"/"K") if and only if there is some "h" in "H" such that for every "x" in "H", "x'g" ≡ "x'h" mod "K".
• Alternatively, the group law on "G" can be constructed by lifting the group law "H" × "H" → "H" to "G", using the lifting property of the covering map "G" × "G" → "H" × "H".
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• The subgroup "G" × {0} of "G" ⊕ "H" is isomorphic to "G" and is often identified with "G"; similarly for {0} × "H" and "H". (See "internal direct sum" below.) With this identification, it is true that every element of "G" ⊕ "H" can be written in one and only one way as the sum of an element of "G" and an element of "H". The rank of "G" ⊕ "H" is equal to the sum of the ranks of "G" and "H".
• What are the graphs (solutions) "G" and "H" such that the line graph of "G" is same as the total graph of "H"? (What are "G" and "H" such that "L"("G") = " T"("H")&hairsp;?).
• Two unitary representations π1: "G" → U("H"1), π2: "G" → U("H"2) are said to be unitarily equivalent if there is a unitary transformation "A":"H"1 → "H"2 such that π1("g") = "A"* ∘ π2("g") ∘ "A" for all "g" in "G". When this holds, "A" is said to be an intertwining operator for the representations [...].
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