 About 43,200 results  books.google.com The focus of this volume is to formulate and prove one main theorem, the equivalance between the algebraic and geometric formulations of the notion of vertex operator algebra. 

 books.google.com 10.7 Spacetime conformal geometry As a final application of the conformal
approach to geometry we turn to space time. The conformal geometric algebra
for a spacetime with signature (1,3) is the sixdimensional algebra with signature
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 books.google.com Hongbo Li Abstract Conformal geometric algebra is a powerful mathematical
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 books.google.com All chapters in this part use conformal geometric algebra to great advantage in
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 books.google.com 4.3. Conformal. Space. In this introduction to conformal space, many of the
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 books.google.com We discuss a new covariant approach to geometry, called conformal geometric
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 books.google.com This thesis shows how the conformal model in geometric algebra is able to describe Euclidean geometry. 

 books.google.com Cliffosor, an innovative FPGAbased architecture for geometric algebra. In ERSA
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 books.google.com algebra for nD conformal geometry. Conformal GrassmannCayley algebra, on
the other hand, provides primitive Euclidean geometric objects such as points,
lines, circles, planes and spheres, with covariant representations in CL(Rn+1,1). 

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