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# PHYSICAL APPLICATIONS OF GEOMETRIC ALGEBRA

```@inproceedings{Doran2006PHYSICALAO,
title={PHYSICAL APPLICATIONS OF GEOMETRIC ALGEBRA},
author={Chris Doran and Anthony N. Lasenby and Course Aims and A Quick Tour},
year={2006}
}```
• Published 2006
• Mathematics
GEOMETRIC ALGEBRA Chris Doran and Anthony Lasenby COURSE AIMS To introduce Geometric Algebra as a new mathematical technique to add to your existing base as a theoretician or experimentalist. To develop applications of this new technique in the fields of classical mechanics, engineering, relativistic physics and gravitation. To introduce these new techniques through their applications, rather than as purely formal mathematics. To emphasise the generality and portability of geometric algebra…
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