Geometric Algebra and Matrices
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We know how to multiply unit vectors; therefore, we can try to find some objects to represent them. For vectors in Cl3, we need three parameters (three coordinates), and the geometric product is noncommutative. Consequently, we can choose matrices; 2 × 2 complex matrices will be enough. Matrices are a common choice for various representations.
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