A Unified Language for Mathematics and Physics

@inproceedings{Hestenes1986AUL,
  title={A Unified Language for Mathematics and Physics},
  author={David Hestenes},
  year={1986}
}
To cope with the explosion of information in mathematics and physics, we need a unified mathematical language to integrate ideas and results from diverse fields. Clifford Algebra provides the key to a unifled Geometric Calculus for expressing, developing, integrating and applying the large body of geometrical ideas running through mathematics and physics. 
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