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Introduction to Geometric Algebra II

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This is a follow-up talk (from last week). A detailed example (which I hoped to cover last week) that shows how 3D translation and rotation works using geometric algebra will be shown (with the application to a robot arm). Distance calculations become as simple as taking a dot product as a result of using 5 dimensions. If you would like to refresh your memory of the basics, please look at the first few lecture slides, as well as “Part1” & “3D Summary” handouts at:

http://www.mrao.cam.ac.uk/~clifford/ptIIIcourse/index.html

This talk is part of the Inference Group series.

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