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Li Desong

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From: Nanjing,China
Registered: 12/6/08
High Dimensional Euclidean Geometry
Posted: Dec 6, 2008 9:32 AM
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This book is composed of three parts:oblique axes transform,oblique axes draughting and high-dimensional spacial analytic geometry.It has totally nine chapters:Relation and property determined by singular linear transform;"Relation" method and preferred n-dimensional coordinate system;Relation between figure and digit in preferred n-dimensional coordinate system;Figure shape of preferred n-dimensional coordinate system;Figure making of preferred n-dimensional
coordinate system;Interleaving and distance between two linear figures;Included angle between two linear figures and its linear solution;Jianshi solution of the included angle between two linear figures;Application of High Dimensional Euclidean Geometry.This book is truly a monograph of high-dimensional spacial analytic geometry,it is based on (but different from) euclidean space theory in linear algebra.
This book has reference value for students and teachers of relative speciality in colleges and universities and researchers working on operational research and graphic theory.



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