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On commutator relations in $2$-spherical RGD-systems

@inproceedings{Bischof2021OnCR,
  title={On commutator relations in \$2\$-spherical RGD-systems},
  author={Sebastian Bischof},
  year={2021}
}
In this paper we investigate the commutator relations for prenilpotent roots which are nested. These commutator relations are trivial in a lot of cases. 

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