A maximum independent set is a largest independent set for a given graph $G$ and its size is denoted $\alpha(G)$. And the Lovász number of $G$ is denoted $\vartheta(G)$. $\vartheta(G)\geq \alpha(G)$ by definition, then the question is what will the $$\max\limits_G \frac{\vartheta(G)}{\alpha(G)}$$ be? Any known results about this topic will be welcome! One can give examples to show how big could the ratio $\vartheta(G)/\alpha(G)$ be or counter-examples to show the ratio will go to infinity. Any help or suggestions will be appreciated!

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