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Power of Geometric Algebra Computing

For Engineering and Quantum Computing

Geometric Algebra is a very powerful mathematical system for an easy and intuitive treatment of geometry, but the community working with it is still very small. The main goal of this book is to close this gap from a computing perspective in presenting the power of Geometric Algebra Computing for engineering applications and quantum computing. Les mer

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Geometric Algebra is a very powerful mathematical system for an easy and intuitive treatment of geometry, but the community working with it is still very small. The main goal of this book is to close this gap from a computing perspective in presenting the power of Geometric Algebra Computing for engineering applications and quantum computing.


The Power of Geometric Algebra Computing is based on GAALOPWeb, a new user-friendly, web-based tool for the generation of optimized code for different programming languages as well as for the visualization of Geometric Algebra algorithms for a wide range of engineering applications.


Key Features:








Introduces a new web-based optimizer for Geometric Algebra algorithms







Supports many programming languages as well as hardware







Covers the advantages of high-dimensional algebras







Includes geometrically intuitive support of quantum computing





This book includes applications from the fields of computer graphics, robotics and quantum computing and will help students, engineers and researchers interested in really computing with Geometric Algebra.

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Forlag
Chapman & Hall/CRC
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
178
ISBN
9780367684587
Utgivelsesår
2021
Format
23 x 15 cm

Om forfatteren

Dietmar Hildenbrand is a lecturer in Geometric Algebra at TU Darmstadt.

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