I found this at:

http://carol.wins.uva.nl/~leo/GABLE/index.html

"This page contains the Matlab software and the PostScript and PDF

versions of a tutorial for learning Geometric Algebra. This tutorial

is aimed at the sophomore college level, although it may provide a

gentle introduction to anyone interested in the topic."

The relevance of this is that the Clifford algebra of geometric

algebra is a beast which contains all the wedge products within it.

--- In tuning-math@y..., "genewardsmith" <genewardsmith@j...> wrote:

> I found this at:

>

> http://carol.wins.uva.nl/~leo/GABLE/index.html

>

> "This page contains the Matlab software and the PostScript and PDF

> versions of a tutorial for learning Geometric Algebra. This

tutorial

> is aimed at the sophomore college level, although it may provide a

> gentle introduction to anyone interested in the topic."

>

> The relevance of this is that the Clifford algebra of geometric

> algebra is a beast which contains all the wedge products within it.

Thanks so much. This may be especially useful to me, since I dropped

Math 310 as a sophomore, and I use Matlab for everything.