# MathSciDoc: An Archive for Mathematician ∫

#### Number Theorymathscidoc:1608.24001

Theorem. Let $\pi$ be a finite group of order $n$, $R$ be a Dedekind domain satisfying that (i) $\fn{char}R=0$, (ii) every prime divisor of $n$ is not invertible in $R$, and (iii) $p$ is unramified in $R$ for any prime divisor $p$ of $n$. Then all the flabby (resp.\ coflabby) $R\pi$-lattices are invertible if and only if all the Sylow subgroups of $\pi$ are cyclic. The above theorem was proved by Endo and Miyata when $R=\bm{Z}$ \cite[Theorem 1.5]{EM}. As applications of this theorem, we give a short proof and a partial generalization of a result of Torrecillas and Weigel \cite[Theorem A]{TW}, which was proved using cohomological Mackey functors.
Integral representation, algebraic tori, permutation lattice
@inproceedings{estherinvertible,