David Hestenes (auth.), Leo Dorst, Chris Doran, Joan Lasenby's Applications of Geometric Algebra in Computer Science and PDF

By David Hestenes (auth.), Leo Dorst, Chris Doran, Joan Lasenby (eds.)

ISBN-10: 146120089X

ISBN-13: 9781461200895

ISBN-10: 1461266068

ISBN-13: 9781461266068

Geometric algebra has demonstrated itself as a strong and important mathematical instrument for fixing difficulties in desktop technological know-how, engineering, physics, and arithmetic. The articles during this quantity, written via specialists in quite a few fields, mirror an interdisciplinary method of the topic, and spotlight a number of ideas and purposes. proper rules are brought in a self-contained demeanour and just a wisdom of linear algebra and calculus is thought. positive aspects and subject matters: * The mathematical foundations of geometric algebra are explored * functions in computational geometry comprise types of mirrored image and ray-tracing and a brand new and concise characterization of the crystallographic teams * purposes in engineering comprise robotics, photo geometry, control-pose estimation, inverse kinematics and dynamics, keep an eye on and visible navigation * purposes in physics comprise rigid-body dynamics, elasticity, and electromagnetism * Chapters devoted to quantum info concept facing multi- particle entanglement, MRI, and relativistic generalizations Practitioners, pros, and researchers operating in machine technological know-how, engineering, physics, and arithmetic will discover a wide selection of worthwhile purposes during this state of the art survey and reference booklet. also, complex graduate scholars attracted to geometric algebra will locate the most up-tp-date functions and strategies discussed.

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It is not essential to specify the normal as a difference between two points, though it is often useful. The relation of one plane to another is completely determined by the algebraic properties of their normals without reference to any points. 53) where I is the unit pseudoscalar for R 4 ,1. The meet determines a line vector representing the intersection of the two planes. 53) expresses the meet as the dual of a bivector, so it is a trivector, as required for a line. The condition for a point x to lie on this line is x A (n V m) = [x· (n A m)]I = [(x· n)m - (x· m)n]I = O.

78). The corresponding space group 22/ is the symmetry group for a triclinic lattice. Note: A patent is pending on application of the homogeneous method to crystallographic modeling and analysis. Acknowledgement The author is indebted to Jeremy Holt and Patrick Reany for valuable help in analyzing the space groups and preparing the manuscript. References [lJ Coxeter, H. S. , Introduction to Geometry, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1971. , New Foundations for Classical Mechanics, D. Reidel, DordrechtjBoston, 1986, 2nd edition 1999.

The corresponding space group 22/ is the symmetry group for a triclinic lattice. Note: A patent is pending on application of the homogeneous method to crystallographic modeling and analysis. Acknowledgement The author is indebted to Jeremy Holt and Patrick Reany for valuable help in analyzing the space groups and preparing the manuscript. References [lJ Coxeter, H. S. , Introduction to Geometry, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1971. , New Foundations for Classical Mechanics, D. Reidel, DordrechtjBoston, 1986, 2nd edition 1999.

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