

This section contains free ebooks and guides on Geometric Algebra, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.




Geometric Algebra and its Application to Mathematical PhysicsChris
J. L. Doran, Sidney Sussex CollegePDF  244 Pages  EnglishThis thesis is an investigation into the
properties and applications of Clifford’s geometric algebra. Topics covered
includes: Grassmann Algebra and Berezin Calculus, Lie Groups and Spin Groups,
Spinor Algebra, Pointparticle Lagrangians, Field Theory, Gravity as a Gauge
Theory.
  Geometric Algebra by Eric ChisolmEric ChisolmPDF  92 Pages  EnglishThis book covers the following
topics: The inner, outer, and geometric products, Geometric algebra in
Euclidean space, projections, reflections, and rotations, Frames and
bases, Linear algebra.
 Applied Geometric AlgebraProf. Laszlo TiszaOnline  NA Pages  EnglishThese course notes represent
Prof. Tisza's attempt at bringing conceptual clarity and unity to the
application and interpretation of advanced mathematical tools. In particular,
there is an emphasis on the unifying role that Group theory plays in classical,
relativistic, and quantum physics.
 Geometric Algebra LecturesCambridge UniversityOnline  NA Pages  EnglishThis lecture note talks on
applications of geometric algebra, and more advanced topics in geometry.
 An Introduction to Geometric Algebra and CalculusAlan BromborskPDF  199 Pages  EnglishThis
book covers the following topics: Basic Geometric Algebra, Geometric Calculus
Derivative and Integration, Geometric Calculus on Manifolds, Multivector
Calculus, Multilinear Functions, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Methods, Lie Groups
as Spin Groups and Classical Electromagnetic Theory.
 Physical Applications of Geometric Algebra zipChris
Doran and Anthony LasenbyPDF  174 Pages  EnglishThis note explains new techniques in Geometric Algebra
through their applications, rather than as purely formal mathematics. It
introduces Geometric Algebra as a new mathematical technique to add to your
existing base as a theoretician or experimentalist.
 








