From: Johannes Brunen (jbrunen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-05-23 02:18:59
Jaap Suter wrote:
> While I fully agree with this, you might find you'll have a hard time
> convincing other people of this. Many people are so locked into the
> traditional concepts of linear algebra that a geometric library without
> matrices (to put it bluntly) won't be very useful to many people.
We need both, a traditional as well as a Clifford Algebra library.
> If, and only if, people agree that Geometric (or Clifford) Algebra is the
> way to go, then my library might be a good starting point.
Indeed. However, currently I don't understand the different purposes of your
library and the GluCat library from Paul Leopardi. Is their any colaboration
behinde the scene? Wouldn't it be fine to bundle efforts into one future
Boost Cliffort Algebra Library? Is there any communication to the other people
working on the topic, especially the Gaigen group?
With best regards
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