By Paul-Hermann Zieschang
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34 2. 2 Let H, K, L E C be such that L C K C_ H. Then we have (i) K I l L ~_ H I l L if and only if, for each h E H, K h L = L h K . (ii) A s s u m e that L <~ H. Then K I l L <~ H I l L if and only if K <1 H. Proof. 1 we deduce that, for each h E H, (KffL)h L = hL(K//L) r Khi = LhK. This proves the claim. (ii) Let h E H be given. Assume that K h L = L h K . Then K h = K L h = K h L = L h K = h L K = hK. Conversely, if K h = h K , K h L = h K L = h L K = L h K . ) Now (ii) follows from (i).  Now we shall generalize two fundamental theorems on finite groups.
Then, by definition, gr = 1r Let y, z E X be such that (y,z) E g. Then, as r is a morphism, (yr162 E gr It follows that (yr zr e 1r Thus, by (c), (y, z) E 1, whence g = 1. Since g E ker r has been chosen arbitrarily, we have proved (d). 2(i), (yr zr E 1r Let g E G be such that (y, z) E g. Then, as r is a morphism, (yr162 E gr It follows that gr = 1r Thus, by definition, g E kerr Now (d) forces g = 1. In particular, y = z.  Let (W, F) be a scheme. (X, G) and (W, F) will be called isomorphic if there exists a bijective homomorphism from (X, G) to (W, F).
HF,~H). (HF,~_IH) and f E HFnH such that g E ef. Since g E e f, a~fg r O. 4(iv), a~,lHgn r O. This means that gH E eH f H. (HFn-IH) yields en E ( F 1 / / H ) ' " (Fn-1//H). 3. 1(i), eH f H C_ ( F 1 / / H ) . " (F,,//H). It follows that g n E ( F i f t H ) . . (F~//H).  Let H E C, and let F C_ G be such that H F H C F. Then F//U E C(G//H) if and only if F E C. 2 Proof. Assume first that F//H E C(G//H). Let g E F ' F be given. Then g E (HF*H)(HFH). 4(ii), gH E ( F ' / / H ) ( F / / H ) : (F//H)*(F//H) C_ F//H.
An Algebraic Approach to Association Schemes by Paul-Hermann Zieschang