Euclidean Affine Spaces
We consider a real affine space X of finite dimension (which is always denoted by n), and whose underlying vector subspace \(\vec X\) (see 2.A) is endowed with a Euclidean structure; we say that X is a Euclidean affine space. The standard example is R n , considered as an affine space.
KeywordsEuclidean Plane Affine Space Projective Completion Oriented Line Screw Motion
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