Climbing Elements in Finite Coxeter Groups

  title={Climbing Elements in Finite Coxeter Groups},
  author={Thomas Brady and Aisling Kenny and Colum Watt},
  journal={Electron. J. Comb.},
We define the notion of a climbing element in a finite real reflection group relative to a total order on the reflection set and we characterise these elements in the case where the total order arises from a bipartite Coxeter element. 


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