Clifford Algebras as Projections of Group Algebras
Clifford algebras appeared as a result of the natural desire of mathematicians to extend a finite-dimensional vector space to an algebraic structure where the inner and outer products are defined in terms of a single geometric multiplication [ 14], [ 26], [ 1], [ 25]. This idea was most attractively developed by D.Hestenes [ 20], [ 21]), and was immediately accepted by some physicists.
KeywordsDiscrete Fourier Transform Group Algebra Clifford Algebra Geometric Algebra Real Multiplication
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