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Discrete Coxeter groups

@inproceedings{Lee2021DiscreteCG,
  title={Discrete Coxeter groups},
  author={Gye-Seon Lee and Ludovic Marquis},
  year={2021}
}
Coxeter groups are a special class of groups generated by involutions. They play important roles in the various areas of mathematics. This survey particularly focuses on how one use Coxeter groups to construct interesting examples of discrete subgroups of Lie group. 

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