# Projective geometry - from foundations to applications

@inproceedings{Beutelspacher1998ProjectiveG,
title={Projective geometry - from foundations to applications},
author={A. Beutelspacher and Ute Rosenbaum},
year={1998}
}
• Published 1998
• Mathematics, Computer Science
1. Synthetic geometry 2. Analytic geometry 3. The representation theorems 4. Quadratic sets 5. Applications of geometry to coding theory 6. Applications of geometry in cryptography.
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