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The standard algebraic model for Euclidean space E n is an n-dimensional real vector space ℝ n or, equivalently, a set of real coordinates. One trouble with this model is that, algebraically, the… (More)

Classical geometry has emerged from efforts to codify perception of space and motion. With roots in ancient times, the great flowering of classical geometry was in the 19th century, when Euclidean,… (More)

The recorded study of spheres dates back to the first century in the book Sphaerica of Menelaus. Spherical trigonometry was thoroughly developed in modern form by Euler in his 1782 paper [75].… (More)

- David Hestenes, A. W. Rockwood, +4 authors S Mann
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- 2000

Geometric algebra is a new fundamental language for the mathematics of computer graphics, modeling, and interactive techniques. It is especially useful for handling geometric problems, since it… (More)

The authors present a suite of software tools for the analysis of the high resolution mass spectra of large molecular weight species. This program, called MERCURY, includes tools for: the prediction… (More)

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