Tagged: Geometric Algebra


Edifying The Young

Two elementary courses common to modern physics, mathematics, and engineering curricula are Linear Algebra and Vector Calculus. Geometric Algebra is a natural and powerful extension of linear algebra and Geometric Calculus is even more so for vector calculus.

In this post, I interview Dr. Alan Macdonald who talks about his experience with both subjects and how he contributes in educating young undergraduate students about them through his books and online videos.

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Projective Insights

Projective Geometry is the branch of geometry dealing with the properties and invariants of geometric figures under projection. In older literature, projective geometry is sometimes called “higher geometry,” “geometry of position,” or “descriptive geometry”. The...

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GMac: The Next Generation (2 of 2)

There are two ways of constructing a software design: One way is to make it so simple that there are obviously no deficiencies, and the other way is to make it so complicated that...

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GMac: The Next Generation (1 of 2)

The belief that complex systems require armies of designers and programmers is wrong. A system that is not understood in its entirety, or at least to a significant degree of detail by a single...

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Elements of Geometric Algebra

Geometry can in no way be viewed… as a brach of mathematics; instead, geometry relates to something already given in nature, namely, space. I also had realized that there must be a branch of...