The structure of transitive ordered permutation groups. (English) Zbl 1007.06012

Summary: We give some necessary and sufficient conditions for transitive \(l\)-permutation groups to be \(2\)-transitive. We also discuss primitive components and give necessary and sufficient conditions for transitive \(l\)-permutation groups to be normal-valued.


06F15 Ordered groups
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