Large Equiangular Sets of Lines in Euclidean Space

D. de Caen


A construction is given of ${{2}\over {9}} (d+1)^2$ equiangular lines in Euclidean $d$-space, when $d = 3 \cdot 2^{2t-1}-1$ with $t$ any positive integer. This compares with the well known "absolute" upper bound of ${{1}\over {2}} d(d+1)$ lines in any equiangular set; it is the first known constructive lower bound of order $d^2$ .

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