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Lattices , Linear Codes , and Invariants , Part I

@inproceedings{Elkies2000LatticesL,
  title={Lattices , Linear Codes , and Invariants , Part I},
  author={N. Elkies},
  year={2000}
}
  • N. Elkies
  • Published 2000
  • 1238 NOTICES OF THE AMS VOLUME 47, NUMBER 10 H ow should 24-dimensional toy merchants most efficiently store their marbles? This is one rather fanciful statement of the “sphere packing problem” in R24. This problem is not just a plaything of high-dimensional Euclidean geometry: it relates to a surprising range of mathematical disciplines, pure as well as applied, including number theory, finite groups, orthogonal polynomials, and signal transmission. The same is true of the closely related… CONTINUE READING
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