Title: The (E) question in a three-dimensional space; decomposing linear systems, intrinsic method and more.
Document: Isbn 084 7 intrinsic method (433.25 Ko).
French matriculation: ISBN 978-2-36923-084-7, EAN 9782369230847.
Publication: 19 February 2020.
Number of pages: 33.
The "intrinsic method" is a mathematical tool which has been developed to bring a part of the answer to the so-called (E) question in any three-dimensional space.
More precisely, consider a deformed cross product in E(3, K = R or C). Consider the image of that product in the dual space E*(3, K).
The question is: “How can I divide it and get a pair ([P], z) in M(3, K) x E(3, K) such that:
|[a, b][A] > = [P].|b > + |z >?”
It is a long, complicated and uncomplete procedure. A complete and coherent answer to the initial questioning is only reached after a confrontation with the extrinsic method.
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Date de dernière mise à jour : 11/05/2022