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Lines in space. 2. The line formulation

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In part 1, we were talking about points, planes, and lines in 3D, more particularly in projective 3-space. The idea is to find algebraic expressions for the various geometric relationships between these objects. We were just on the verge of discovering what would be a good algebraic formulation for lines in projective 3D space. My goal here is to update my original paper to see how the results look using tensor diagram notation. I start by reviewing what we did last time, but will say some things a bit differently. You might pick up more insight from this different viewpoint.

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Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

May-June 2003

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