The Densest Lattice Packing of Tetrahedra

@inproceedings{HOYLMAN2007TheDL,
  title={The Densest Lattice Packing of Tetrahedra},
  author={DOUGLAS J. HOYLMAN and Victor Klee and D. J. HOYLMAN},
  year={2007}
}
  • DOUGLAS J. HOYLMAN, Victor Klee, D. J. HOYLMAN
  • Published 2007
The problem of finding the densest packing of tetrahedra was first suggested by Hubert [3, p. 319]. Minkowski [4] attempted to find the densest lattice packing of tetrahedra, but his result is invalid due to the incorrect assumption that the difference body of a regular tetrahedron was a regular octahedron. A lower bound for the maximum density of such a packing has been given by Groemer [ l ] as 18/49. The purpose of this paper is to announce the proof that 18/49 is in fact the maximum… CONTINUE READING

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