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Cassels known to his friends by the Gaelic form "Ian" of his first name was born of mixed English-Scottish parentage on 11 July in the picturesque cathedral city of Durham. With a first degree from Edinburgh, he commenced research in Cambridge in under L. Mordell, who had just succeeded G. Hardy in the Sadleirian Chair of Pure Mathematics.

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Table of contents Notation Prologue Chapter I. Lattices 1. Introduction 2. Bases and sublattices 3. Lattices under linear transformation 4. Forms and lattices 5. The polar lattice Chapter II. Reduction 1. The basic process 3. Definite quadratic forms 4. Indefinite quadratic forms 5. Binary cubic forms 6. Other forms Chapter III. Theorems of Blichfeldt and Minkowski 1.

Blichfeldt's and Mnowski's theorems 3. Generalisations to non-negative functions 4. Characterisation of lattices 5. Lattice constants 6. A method of Mordell 7.

Representation of integers by quadratic forms Chapter IV. Distance functions 1. General distance-functions 3. Convex sets 4. Distance functions and lattices Chapter V. Mahler's compactness theorem 1. Linear transformations 3. Convergence of lattices 4. Compactness for lattices 5. Critical lattices 6. Bounded star-bodies 7.

Reducibility 8. Convex bodies 9. Speres Applications to diophantine approximation Chapter VI. The theorem of Minkowski-Hlawka 1. Sublattices of prime index 3.

The Minkowski-Hlawka theorem 4. Schmidt's theorems 5. A conjecture of Rogers 6. Unbounded star-bodies Chapter VII. The quotient space 1. General properties 3. Successive minima 1. Spheres 3.

General distance-functions Chapter IX. Packings 1. Voronoi's results 4. Preparatory lemmas 5. Fejes Toth's theorem 6. Cylinders 7. Packing of spheres 8. The proudctio of n linear forms Chapter X. Automorphs 1. Special forms 3. A method of Mordell 4. Existence of automorphs 5. Isolation theorems 6. Applications of isolation 7. An infinity of solutions 8. Local methods Chapter XI.

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Geometry of numbers is the part of number theory which uses geometry for the study of algebraic numbers. The geometry of numbers has a close relationship with other fields of mathematics, especially functional analysis and Diophantine approximation , the problem of finding rational numbers that approximate an irrational quantity. Minkowski's theorem on successive minima , sometimes called Minkowski's second theorem , is a strengthening of his first theorem and states that [3]. In research on the geometry of numbers was conducted by many number theorists including Louis Mordell , Harold Davenport and Carl Ludwig Siegel. In recent years, Lenstra, Brion, and Barvinok have developed combinatorial theories that enumerate the lattice points in some convex bodies. In the geometry of numbers, the subspace theorem was obtained by Wolfgang M.

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