The paraheight of linear groups
Keywords:linear groups, paraheight groups, finite groups
If G is a subgroup of GL (n, F) G has paraheight at most w + [log, n!]. If G is a subgroup of GL (n, R) where R is a finitely generated integral domain then G has finite Paraheight.
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