Unified Microwave Network Theory Based on Clifford Algebra in Lorentz Space

  title={Unified Microwave Network Theory Based on Clifford Algebra in Lorentz Space},
  author={E. Bolinder},
  journal={1982 12th European Microwave Conference},
  • E. Bolinder
  • Published 1982
  • Physics
  • 1982 12th European Microwave Conference
  • A unified network theory is presented. It consists of three parts: a network formalization, a geometrical model, which is the Minkowski model of Lorentz space, and a mathematical tool, Clifford algebra. The latter is well suited in dealing with rotations in Lorentz space. The rotations can be represented by the exponentials of a single infinitesimal isometry or a single Clifford bivector. Special emphasis is put on the parabolic rotations. Through the work of M Riesz we now know how to deal… CONTINUE READING
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