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14 Elemente k ∈ L und r ∈ L mit s ∈ kr und l(s) = l(r) + 1. Es gilt also s ∈ R−1 (r), und wegen der Minimalit¨at von l(s) folgt r ∈ R−1 (l) ∪ R1 (l). Weil s ∈ / R−1 (l), gilt somit r ∈ / R−1 (l). Denn f¨ ur q ∈ L mit q ∈ R−1 (l) gilt R−1 (q) ⊆ R−1 (l): Es sei t ∈ R−1 (q). Dann existiert u ∈ L mit t ∈ uq und l(t) = l(u) + l(q). Weil q ∈ R−1 (l), existiert v ∈ L mit q ∈ vl und l(q) = l(v) + 1. 1 existiert ein w ∈ uv mit l(w) = l(u) + l(v) und es folgt t ∈ R−1 (l) wegen t ∈ wl und l(t) = l(w) + 1.

13 (i). (iii) ⇒ (i) Es sei s ∈ L , so dass l(r) ≤ l(s) f¨ ur alle r ∈ L . Wir zeigen s ∈ R−1 (l) f¨ ur alle l ∈ L. Es sei l ∈ L. 6 gilt s ∈ R−1 (l) ∪ R1 (l). W¨are s ∈ R1 (l), dann existierte ein t ∈ sl mit l(t) = l(s) + 1 im Widerspruch zu l(s) ≥ l(r) f¨ ur alle r ∈ L . 2 Sph¨ arische Coxeterschemata sind Schursch Es seien L eine Coxetermenge und R = L . F¨ ur S ⊆ R und r ∈ R definieren wir S r = {s ∈ R | rs ⊆ Sr} . 2 Sph¨arische Coxeterschemata 49 • S r ⊆ r ∗ Sr, • P r Qr ⊆ S r f¨ ur nichtleere Teilmengen P, Q, S ⊆ R mit P Q ⊆ S.

Wegen l(q) = l(r) − 1 folgt q ∈ K aufgrund der Minimalit¨at von l(r). Das impliziert wiederum r ∈ ql ⊆ K im Widerspruch zur Annahme. 48 Kapitel 4. Coxeterschemata Schritt 2: Die abgeschlossene Teilmenge L \ K ist normal in L . h. T = K ⊆ C L ( L \ K ). h. L \ K ist normal in L . Schritt 3: Es gilt K ∩ L \ K = {1}, also ist L = K × L \ K . Wir zeigen die allgemeinere Aussage M ∩ N = M ∩ N f¨ ur M, N ⊆ L. Offenbar gilt M ∩ N ⊆ M ∩ N . Wir nehmen widerspr¨ uchlich an, es gebe ein Element s minimaler L¨ ange in ( M ∩ N ) \ M ∩ N .

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