By Hardy G. H.

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Zd } as the set of all linear combinations of the Zi with integer coefficients; that is, Let us remark that this lattice has in general many different bases. For in­ stance, the sets { (0, 1), ( 1 , 0) } and { ( 1 , 0) , (3, 1 ) } are both bases of the "stan­ dard" lattice Z 2 • Let us form a d x d matrix Z with the vectors z1 , . . , zd as columns. We define the determinant of the lattice A = A(zt , z2 , . . , zd ) as det A = I det Z l . Geometrically, det A is the volume of the parallelepiped { a1z1 + a2 z2 + · · · + ad zd : a1 , .

Geometrically, det A is the volume of the parallelepiped { a1z1 + a2 z2 + · · · + ad zd : a1 , . . , ad E [0, 1]}: • • • • • • • (the proof is left to Exercise 1). The number det A is indeed a property of the lattice A ( as a point set), and it does not depend on the choice of the basis of A (Exercise 2) . It is not difficult to show that if Z is the matrix of some basis of A, then the matrix of every basis of A has the form BU, where U is an integer matrix with determinant ±1. 1 Theorem (Minkowski's theorem for general lattices).

After a series of increases of the lower bound (Moser [Mos52] , Chung [Chu84], Beck [Bec83] , Clarkson et al.