The Mother Minkowski Algebra of Order m
It is found that all polynomials of up to degree m have an encoding as m-vectors in a geometric algebra referred to as the Mother Minkowski algebra of order m. It is then shown that all conformal transformations may be applied to these m-vectors, the results of which, when converted back into polynomial form, give us the transformed surfaces in terms of the zero sets of the original and final polynomials.
KeywordsAlgebraic Surface Conformal Model Conformal Transformation Geometric Algebra
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