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eBook Generalized Clifford Parallelism (Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics) ePub

by J. G. Semple,J. A. Tyrrell

  • ISBN: 0521080428
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: J. G. Semple,J. A. Tyrrell
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1st edition (June 2, 1971)
  • Pages: 140
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Generalized Clifford Parallelism book.

Generalized Clifford Parallelism book. The authors of this tract present a treatment of generalised Clifford parallelism within the framework of complex projective geometry. After a brief survey of the necessary preliminary material, the principal properties of systems of mutually Clifford parallel spaces are developed, centred round discussion of an extended form of the Hurwitz - Radon matrix equations.

Thus, we generalize the two well-known Clifford parallelisms on a. .

Thus, we generalize the two well-known Clifford parallelisms on a three-dimensional projective space, obtained from a quaternion division algebra. We determine (for both the octonion and quaternion case) the automorphism groups of these parallelisms. He studied mathematics at Cambridge and published three papers while still an undergraduate. A Clifford parallelism consists of all regular spreads of the real projective 3-space PG (3,ℝ) whose (complex) focal lines ( directrices) form a regulus contained in an imaginary quadric (D1 Klein’s definition).

Series: Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics (Book 73.

Series: Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics (Book 73). Hardcover: 184 pages.

Its contents are: Clifford algebras, Dirac operators and Clifford analyticity, representations of Spin(V,Q), constant coefficient operators of Dirac type, Dirac operators and manifolds. Presents motivation for each section and extensive references. A must-reading to become a speciallist in this area.

Generalized Clifford Parallelism Tyrrell Cambridge Academ 9780521091848 : The authors of this tract present a.

Generalized Clifford Parallelism Tyrrell Cambridge Academ 9780521091848 : The authors of this tract present a treatment of generalised Clifford parallelism within the framework of complex proj.

The authors of this tract present a treatment of generalised Clifford parallelism within the framework of complex projective geometry.

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In a Euclidean plane two lines are parallel when they do not. meet. They then have the further property of possessing an infinite. number of common perpendiculars, (one through each of their points), and all of the same length.

In a Euclidean plane two lines are parallel when they do not. In elliptic space of three dimensions a pair of lines can. exist having both of these properties, the first trivially because. the lines are skew and not coplanar. Consider a line I in this. space and a point P not on I, then through P two lines i, 2. can be drawn such that each pair (l,n) (Z,n2) have the second prop­.

Modules of generalized fractions - Volume 29 Issue 1 - R. Y. Sharp, H. Zakeri. and O'Carroll, L. 1988. Department of Pure Mathematics, The University, Sheffield. Direct limit systems, generalized fractions and complexes of cousin type. Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, Vol. 54, Issue. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 February 2010.

Thus, we generalize the two well-known Clifford. We define (left and right) Clifford parallelisms on a seven-dimensional projective space algebraically, using an octonion division algebra. Springer Monographs in Mathematics. Springer, Berlin (2000)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Thus, we generalize the two well-known Clifford parallelisms on a three-dimensional projective space, obtained from a quaternion division algebra.

The authors of this tract present a treatment of generalised Clifford parallelism within the framework of complex projective geometry. After a brief survey of the necessary preliminary material, the principal properties of systems of mutually Clifford parallel spaces are developed, centred round discussion of an extended form of the Hurwitz - Radon matrix equations. Later chapters deal with methods for the construction and representation of such systems. Much of the work in the tract is previously unpublished. Some emphasis has been placed throughout on special cases (particularly on the exceptionally interesting parallelisms that exist in spaces of seven and fifteen dimensions). Numerous exercises give the reader a clear insight into the fresh ideas presented. The tract will be of interest to advanced undergraduates and graduates with special interests in algebraic and projective geometry or in the geometry of matrices.