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DIH

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The dihedral group [D.sub.n] is determined by its endomorphism monoid in the class of all groups.
At dihedral group of order 8 there is a possibility of 8 groups; we assumed the same from [G.sub.1] to [G.sub.8] and its corresponding ring monomials from [R.sub.1] to [R.sub.8].
Being of immediate urgency, it would be important to analyse diagrams symmetric under the nth dihedral group (Section 2) that are generated by one massless and one massive propagator per bubble.
Also for the dihedral groups [I.sub.2] (m) studied in Section 5, the number 1 is [I.sub.2](m)-distinguishing.
Indeed, in the thin building associated with the infinite dihedral group, no panel admits a parallel residue.
Thus, the m-cover poset yields a Fuss-Catalan generalization of the above mentioned Cambrian lattices, namely a family of lattices parametrized by an integer m, such that the case m = 1 yields the corresponding Cambrian lattice, and the cardinality of these lattices is the generalized Fuss-Catalan number of the dihedral group and the symmetric group, respectively.
Asghar Talebi, Non-commuting graphs on dihedral group, Int.
Let G = [D.sub.10] = [C.sub.5] * [C.sub.2], where [D.sub.10] is the Dihedral group of 10 elements, [C.sub.2] and are cyclic subgroups of orders 2 and 5 respectively, with normal (Frobenius Kernel) and non-normal (Frobenius complement).
In Section 6 we compute the orbicycle index polynomial for the dihedral groups.
There exist two non-isomorphic groups of order 34: the cyclic group of order 34 and the dihedral group of order 34.
(6), we can conclude that N([[GAMMA].sub.1](18))/[+ or -][[GAMMA].sub.1](18) = ([5][W.sub.2],[W.sub.9]) is isomorphic to the dihedral group [D.sub.6].
They are 2-pyramidal under [Z.sub.2] and [Z.sub.4], respectively and their full automorphism groups are both isomorphic to the dihedral group of order 8.