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3 no - 1 - 3 > > 2 3no - 1 2 for every integer no :::: 4. (3) Finally, suppose that for each triple of parallel hyperplanes Jrl, Jr2, Jr3 we have AnJri t 0, i = 1, 2, 3. (3 no - 1) 2 > 3no - 1 2 • which completes the proof. 9 Let 5 be the geometric STS(3 n), n :::: 3. 10. In the smallest case n = 2, there are 135 codewords of weight r = 4 [11]. 3 i + 1) having as a subsystem a geometric STS(3 i ), I :::: 3. Then 5 is the only Steiner system of maximal rank in C(5). 40 BAARTMANS, LANDJEV AND TONCHEV 4.

1) Suppose A is contained in a hyperplane Jr. If IA I = 1 we are done. Let IA I :::: 2. 3 no - 1 > (3 no - 1)/2. (2) Now suppose that there exist two parallel hyperplanes Jrl, Jr2 with Jrl U Jr2 :J A. The number of odd lines in each of them is (by the induction hypothesis) at least (3no-l -1)/2. The number of odd lines off Jrl through points of An Jrl is IA n JrII(3no-1 - IA n Jr2i). Similarly, the number of odd lines offJT2through points of AnJr2 is IAnJr21(3no-I-IAnJrIi). 3 no - 1 - 3 > > 2 3no - 1 2 for every integer no :::: 4.

The incidence matrices of Sand T, Ms and MT respectively, can be written as: VI WI V2 W2 0 0 Vr+1 Ms= MT= Vr +2 V~+2 V2r+1 v2r+1 I Wr+1 W r +2 w~+2 W2r+1 w2r+1 where Vi, Wi are (O,I)-vectors of length b - b', and (b = v(v - 1)/6, b' = r(r - 1)/6). The submatrices MS', MT' vj, wj I are (O,I)-vectors of length b' vr+2 MS' = I ( ) ,: ' v2r+1 are incidence matrices of the subsystems S' and T ' , respectively. The equality dim C(S) = dim C(T) implies that each row of M s has to be a linear combination of the rows of M T.

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