Subsets close to invariant subsets for group actions.
Pasechnik, Dmitrii V.
Praeger, Cheryl E.
Date of Issue1995
School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Let G be a group acting on a set Ω and k a non-negative integer. A subset (finite or infinite) A ⊆ Ω is called k-quasi-invariant if |Ag \ A| ≤k for every g ∈ G. It is shown that if A is k-quasi-invariant for k ≥1 , then there exists an invariant subset Γ⊆Ω such that |A Δ Γ | < 2ek [(In 2k)]. Information about G-orbit intersections with A is obtained. In particular, the number m of G-orbits which have non-empty intersection with A , but are not contained in A , is at most 2k — 1 . Certain other bounds on |A Δ Γ |, in terms of both m and k , are also obtained.
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society
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