Given a group, there are some subgroups of interest that can be defined uniquely and functionally in terms of , such as the center, commutator, etc. These should be invariant under isomorphisms, that is, any isomorphism on the groups, must induce a corresponding isomorphism on the subgroups. Hence, such subgroups are invariant under automorphisms, and are always characteristic subgroups.
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