Electromagnetic Theory and Network Theory Using Clifford Algebra

@inproceedings{Bolinder1986ElectromagneticTA,
  title={Electromagnetic Theory and Network Theory Using Clifford Algebra},
  author={E. Bolinder},
  year={1986}
}
  • E. Bolinder
  • Published 1986
  • Mathematics
  • Clifford algebra was introduced in electromagnetic theory around 1930 and in network theory in 1959. While it is necessary to use Clifford algebra in quantum mechanics in splitting up the Schrodinger equation to get the Dirac equation, it is not necessary to use Clifford algebra in electromagnetic theory or network theory. However, as Clifford algebra is the natural tool to use in connection with, for example, the Minkowski model of Lorentz space, it is quite useful in studying problems dealing… CONTINUE READING
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