One can classify the various theories through the number of supersymmetries that they possess in spacetime dimensions. All forms can be dualized to scalars or to 1forms in four dimensions so the theories all take the form of pure supergravities coupled to collections of Maxwell multiplets. The analysis performed for the split forms in Section 5.3 were all concerned with the cases of or supergravity in . We consider all pure fourdimensional supergravities () as well as pure supergravity coupled to Maxwell multiplets.
As we have pointed out, the main new feature in the nonsplit cases is the possible appearance of socalled twisted overextensions. These arise when the restricted root system of is of nonreduced type hence yielding a twisted affine Kac–Moody algebra in the affine extension of . It turns out that the only cases for which the restricted root system is of nonreduced (type) is for the pure and supergravities. The example of was already discussed in detail before, where it was found that the Uduality algebra is whose restricted root system is , thus giving rise to the twisted overextension . It turns out that for the case the same twisted overextension appears. This is due to the fact that the Uduality algebra is which has the same restricted root system as , namely . Hence, controls the BKLlimit also for this theory.
The case of follows along similar lines. In the nonsplit form of appears, whose maximal split subalgebra is . However, the relevant Kac–Moody algebra is not but rather because the restricted root system of is .
In Table 37 we display the algebraic structure for all pure supergravities in four dimensions as well as for supergravity with Maxwell multiplets. We give the relevant Uduality algebras , the restricted root systems , the maximal split subalgebras and, finally, the resulting overextended Kac–Moody algebras .
Let us end this section by noting that the study of real forms of hyperbolic Kac–Moody algebras has been pursued in [17].

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