Real reductive Cayley groups of rank 1 and 2

@article{Borovoi2012RealRC,
  title={Real reductive Cayley groups of rank 1 and 2},
  author={Mikhail Borovoi and Igor Dolgachev},
  journal={arXiv: Algebraic Geometry},
  year={2012}
}
A linear algebraic group G is over a field K is called a Cayley K-group if it admits a Cayley map, i.e., a G-equivariant K-birational isomorphism between the group variety G and its Lie algebra. We classify real reductive algebraic groups of absolute rank 1 and 2 that are Cayley R-groups. 
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