New Foundations for Classical Mechanics

@inproceedings{Hestenes1986NewFF,
  title={New Foundations for Classical Mechanics},
  author={David Hestenes},
  year={1986}
}
  • D. Hestenes
  • Published 1 December 1987
  • Engineering, Physics
1: Origins of Geometric Algebra.- 1-1. Geometry as Physics.- 1-2. Number and Magnitude.- 1-3. Directed Numbers.- 1-4. The Inner Product.- 1-5. The Outer Product.- 1-6. Synthesis and Simplification.- 1-7. Axioms for Geometric Algebra.- 2: Developments in Geometric Algebra.- 2-1. Basic Identities and Definitions.- 2-2. The Algebra of a Euclidean Plane.- 2-3. The Algebra of Euclidean 3-Space.- 2-4. Directions, Projections and Angles.- 2-5. The Exponential Function.- 2-6. Analytic Geometry.- 2-7… 
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