# A covariant approach to geometry using geometric algebra

@inproceedings{Lasenny2004ACA, title={A covariant approach to geometry using geometric algebra}, author={A. Lasenny and Joan Lasenby and Rj Wareham}, year={2004} }

This report aims to show that using the mathematical framework of conformal geometric algebra – a 5-dimensional representation of 3-dimensional space – we are able to provide an elegant covariant approach to geometry. In this language, objects such as spheres, circles, lines and planes are simply elements of the algebra and can be transformed and intersected with ease. In addition, rotations, translation, dilations and inversions all become rotations in our 5-dimensional space; we will show how… Expand

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