exceptional structures, exceptional isomorphisms
exceptional finite rotation groups:
and Kac-Moody groups:
exceptional Jordan superalgebra, $K_10$
Classical groups
Finite groups
Group schemes
Topological groups
Lie groups
Super-Lie groups
Higher groups
Cohomology and Extensions
Related concepts
The pariah groups (Griess 82) constitute the finite set of those 6 sporadic finite simple groups, which are not subquotients of the monster group, in contrast to the remaining 20 sporadic groups that constitute the Happy Family.
The pariah groups are: J1?, J3?, J4? (three of the four Janko groups), Ru? (the Rudvalis group), ON? (the O’Nan, or O’Nan–Sims, group), Ly? (the Lyons group). Coincidentally, $J_1$ and $J_4$ were the first and last sporadic groups discovered (after the five Mathieu groups in the 19th century).
See also
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