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G8,2 Geometric Algebra, DCGA

@article{Easter2015G82GA,
  title={G8,2 Geometric Algebra, DCGA},
  author={Robert Benjamin Easter},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2015}
}
The metric we use for G8;2 is (1; 1; 1; 1; i1; 1; 1; 1; 1; i1). This metric makes it very simple to use the CGA subalgebras of the CGA1 and CGA2 subspaces in a way fully compatible with CGA. These two CGAs are used as mirror copies or doubles to create bivector-valued entities for points and surfaces. As such, the G8;2 geo- metric algebra of these new bivector-valued point and surface entities could be called Double-Conformal Geometric Algebra (DCGA), or even Bi-conformal Geometric Algebra (Bi… 
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