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I have this figure in a paper:

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It depicts the group $\mathbb{Z}_v$ and subgroups $R=\langle r \rangle$, $C=\langle c \rangle$ and $RC=\langle r,c \rangle$.

Question: What should I call this diagram? Or, please complete this sentence: "These groups are depicted by the following [something]."

It's something like a partial subgroup lattice, or partial Hasse diagram, but this sounds clunky.

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  • $\begingroup$ I don't think it sounds that clunky. And, clunky or not, I'd know what you meant. $\endgroup$ – James Feb 28 '14 at 6:47
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In the end, we used the phrase:

These groups are depicted by the (partial) subgroup lattice:

in the publication (link). None of the referees thought it was a problem.

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