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Subtilings of Elnitsky Tilings for Finite Irreducible Coxeter Groups

@inproceedings{Nicolaides2021SubtilingsOE,
  title={Subtilings of Elnitsky Tilings for Finite Irreducible Coxeter Groups},
  author={Robert Nicolaides and Peter Rowley},
  year={2021}
}
Two new Elnitsky tilings for Coxeter groups of type B are displayed as certain subtilings. Additionally, a new tiling for the non-crystallographic Coxeter group of type H3 is obtained, described as a D6-subtiling. 

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