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Let G be a group. A n operation of G on a set E is called simply transitive if there exists an element x OfE such that the orbital mapping dejined by x is a bijection. A set E, together with a simply transitive lejt action OfG on E, is callcd a left homogeneous principal G-set (or left homogeneous principal set under G). It amounts to the same to say that G operates freely and transitively on E, or also that there exists an element x E E such that the orbital mapping defined by x is an isomorphism of the G-set G (where G operates by left translation) onto E ; or also that the two following conditions are satisfied: (i) E is non-empty.
Ax,x ) is a bijection of G x E onto E x E. Examples. (1) Let G operate on itself by left (resp. right) translation. Thus a left (resp. right) homogeneous principal G-set structure is defined on G, which is sometimes denoted by G, (resp. Gd). (2) Let E be a homogeneous set under a commutative group G. If G operates faithfully on E, the latter is a homogeneous principal G-set. (3) Let E and F be two isomorphic sets with structures of the same species and let Isom(E, F) be the set of isomorphisms of E onto F (with the given structures).
1) The normalizer (resp. centralizer) of A is the strict stabilizer (resp. fixer) of A when G operates on itself by inner automorphisms. In particular the centralizer is a normal subgroup of the normalizer. (2) The set of elements b E G such that bAb-' c A is a submonoid of G. Even when A is a subgroup of G, this set is not necessarily a subgroup of G (Exercise 27). 2 4. ORBITS DEFINITION 5. Let G be a group, E a G-set and x E G. An element y E E is conjugate to x under the operation ofG if there exists an element a E G such that y = orx.