Gilman–Griess theorem

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In finite group theory, a mathematical discipline, the Gilman–Griess theorem, proved by (Gilman & Griess 1983), classifies the finite simple groups of characteristic 2 type with e(G) ≥ 4 that have a "standard component", which covers one of the three cases of the trichotomy theorem.

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