Part of the Graduate Texts in Mathematics book series (GTM, volume 49)
If S,S’ are cosets in vector spaces V V’ over fields F, F’, respectively, we shall often consider mappings f of _S into S’ with the following property: for any coset T in S, the image set Tf is a coset in S’. In such a case the mapping
of 𝓐(S) into 𝓐(S’) induced by f will be denoted by 𝓐(f).
KeywordsVector Space Versus Projective Geometry Invariant Point Unit Point Homogeneous Vector
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