A history of non-euclidean geometry: evolution of the by Boris A. Rosenfeld, Abe Shenitzer, Hardy Grant

By Boris A. Rosenfeld, Abe Shenitzer, Hardy Grant

This booklet is an research of the mathematical and philosophical components underlying the invention of the concept that of noneuclidean geometries, and the following extension of the idea that of house. Chapters one via 5 are dedicated to the evolution of the idea that of house, major as much as bankruptcy six which describes the invention of noneuclidean geometry, and the corresponding broadening of the concept that of area. the writer is going directly to speak about strategies akin to multidimensional areas and curvature, and transformation teams. The booklet ends with a bankruptcy describing the purposes of nonassociative algebras to geometry.

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