We investigate cut elimination in multi-focused sequent calculi and the impact on the cut elimination proof of design choices in such calculi. The particular design we advocate is illustrated by a multi-focused calculus for full linear logic using an explicitly polarised syntax and incremental focus handling, for which we provide a syntactic cut elimination procedure. We discuss the effect of cut elimination on the structure of proofs, leading to a conceptually simple proof exploiting the strong structure of multi-focused proofs.
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