By M. M. Deza, P. Frankl, I. G. Rosenberg

Due to papers from Algebraic, Extremal and Metric Combinatorics 1986 convention held on the collage of Montreal, this booklet represents a complete evaluation of the current kingdom of development in 3 similar components of combinatorics. issues coated within the articles contain organization shemes, extremal difficulties, combinatorial geometries and matroids, and designs. all of the papers include new effects and lots of are vast surveys of specific components of analysis.

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S 1 , then with X ([3]) consists of the If is a rigid spherical t-design in X k + 1 vertices of a regular (k+ 1)-gon t < k < 2t. 1 is not very difficult. function theorem plays a key role. of the proof in a general context. is not rigid if jxj ~ 2t + 2. Generally, let X= {~jl j = 1,2, ••• ,jxj}. ( ~ij'~ 2 j, ••• ,~dj ) • a basis of Harm(i). Let d S , and let be a local coordinate { fi 1 ,fi 2 , ••• ,fih } · i Now, let us consider the Jacobian matrix (h 1 + h 2 + ••• + ht) X jxj d The implicit J be of size whose rows are indexed by the basis of Harm(1) E9 Harm(2) E9 ••• E9 Harm(t), whose columns are indexed by the pairs of an element of whose .

Because, by the implicit function theorem, a slight change of certain lxld - (h1 +h2 + ••• +ht) variables among sjk (1 ~ j ~ lxl and 1 ~ k ~ d) determines the (slight) change of the rest of the variables Sjk and we get a newt-design X'. meters are more than the are not transformed to So, if these free para- dim O(d + 1), then some of such obtained X' X by an orthogonal transformation, which shows is not rigid. 1 In S -case, we take e as a local coordinate. Since hi .. 2 for all i :::_ 1, and since Harm(i) = {f 11 ,fi2) = {cos i9, sin i9) , we are reduced to show that the matrix J (given below) has the maximal possible rank 2t, if lxl ::: 2t + 1: that X J cos e 1 cos e 2 cos 91xl sin e1 sin 9 2 sin 9 lxl cos 291 cos 292 cos 291xl sin 291 sin 292 sin 291xl cos te 1 cos t91xl sin t9 1 sin t91xl On Extremal Finite Sets in the Sphere and Other Metric Spaces 34 This is actually proved (cf.