A survey of the use of non-euclidean geometry in electrical engineering

@article{Bolinder1958ASO,
title={A survey of the use of non-euclidean geometry in electrical engineering},
author={E. Bolinder},
journal={Journal of The Franklin Institute-engineering and Applied Mathematics},
year={1958},
volume={265},
pages={169-186}
}

Journal of The Franklin Institute-engineering and Applied Mathematics

Abstract An attempt is made to give a brief resume of some of the non-Euclidean geometry models and some of their applications in electrical engineering. The survey starts with a discussion of diff rent two-dimensional and three-dimensional non-Euclidean geometry models, both of the hyperbolic and elliptic types. The interconnections of the two-dimensional models are studied geometrically and analytically by means of a simple impedance transformation example. The treatment is then formally… Expand