4 edition of **Analytic hyperbolic geometry** found in the catalog.

Analytic hyperbolic geometry

Abraham A. Ungar

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Published
**2006** by World Scientific in Singapore, Hackensack, NJ .

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Abraham A. Ungar. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA76 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xvii, 463 p. : |

Number of Pages | 463 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL22716950M |

ISBN 10 | 9812564578 |

hyperboloid model of Hyperbolic Geometry. In order to do that, some time is spent on Neutral Geometry as well as Euclidean Geometry; these are used to build several models of Hyperbolic Geometry. At this point the hyperboloid model is introduced, related to the other models visited, and developed using some concepts from physics as aids. The logical foundations of analytic geometry as it is often taught are unclear. Analytic geometry can be built up either from “synthetic” geometry or from an ordered ﬁeld. When the chosen foundations are unclear, proof becomes meaningless. This is illustrated by the example of “proving analytically” thatFile Size: KB.

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The resulting analytic hyperbolic geometry emerges in this book as a new mathematical discipline, fully analogous to the familiar analytic Euclidean geometry. As such, this book uncovers unexpected analogies with classical results, enabling the modern and unfamiliar to be studied in terms of theCited by: This is the first book on analytic hyperbolic geometry, fully analogous to analytic Euclidean geometry.

Analytic hyperbolic geometry regulates relativistic mechanics just as analytic Euclidean geometry regulates classical mechanics. The book presents a novel gyrovector space approach to analytic hyperbolic geometry, fully analogous to the well-known vector space approach to Euclidean geometry.

Analytic Hyperbolic Geometry: Mathematical Foundations And Applications - Ebook written by Ungar Abraham Albert. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Analytic Hyperbolic Geometry: Mathematical Foundations And Applications.

Indeed, it is Ungar's new tools that enable papers on analytic hyperbolic geometry to appear. So far, Ungar is the only author who has ever published a book on the subject. However, several authors have joined Ungar in writing papers on analytic hyperbolic geometry, which 3/5.

The scope of analytic hyperbolic geometry that the book presents is cross-disciplinary, involving nonassociative algebra, geometry and physics.

As such, it is naturally compatible with the special theory of relativity and, particularly, with the nonassociativity of Einstein velocity addition law. DIY hyperbolic geometry Kathryn Mann written for Mathcamp Abstract and guide to the reader: This is a set of notes from a 5-day Do-It-Yourself (or perhaps Discover-It-Yourself) intro-duction to hyperbolic geometry.

Everything from geodesics to Gauss-Bonnet, starting with aFile Size: 4MB. Get this from a library. Analytic hyperbolic geometry: mathematical foundations and applications. [Abraham A Ungar] -- This is the first book on analytic hyperbolic geometry, fully analogous to analytic Euclidean geometry.

Analytic hyperbolic geometry regulates relativistic mechanics just. This book introduces for the first time the concept of hyperbolic simplex as an important concept in n-dimensional hyperbolic geometry. Following the emergence of his gyroalgebra inthe author crafted gyrolanguage, the algebraic language that sheds natural light on.

This is a truly excellent book for introducing advanced undergraduates to hyperbolic geometry. I used this text for an (extracurricular) undergraduate reading group. The book is very accessible and presents a reasonable range of exercises for undergrads (although not for grad students).

It also has nice examples and proofs that are written with 5/5(2). This is the first book on analytic hyperbolic geometry, fully analogous to analytic Euclidean geometry.

Analytic hyperbolic geometry regulates relativistic mechanics just as analytic Euclidean geometry regulates classical mechanics. The book presents a novel gyrovector space approach to analytic hyperbolic geometry, fully analogous to the well.

Building on his books sinceUngar (North Dakota U.) explains the current status of analytic hyperbolic geometry, which emerged from Einstein's addition of relativistically admissible velocities. He surveys some of its recent triumphs--such as dissolving the dichotomy between Einsteinian and Minkowskian relativity--and emphasizes the interdisciplinary collaborations required to further.

HYPERBOLIC GEOMETRY 63 We shall consider in this exposition ve of the most famous of the analytic models of hyperbolic geometry. Three are conformal models associated with the name of Henri Poincar e. A conformal model is one for which the metric is a point-by-point scaling of the Euclidean metric.

Poincar e discovered his modelsFile Size: KB. A bit of a fanciful introduction is "Journey into Geometries" ( link) by Marta Sved and H. Coxeter. It's a narrative exploration in (more-or-less) the style of Lewis Carroll's Wonderland stories. From the Amazon description: This unique book gives an informal introduction into the non-Euclidean geometries through a series of dialogues between a somewhat grown-up Alice (of.

Get this from a library. Analytic hyperbolic geometry in N dimensions: an introduction. [Abraham A Ungar] -- The concept of the Euclidean simplex is important in the study of n-dimensional Euclidean geometry.

This book introduces for the first time the concept of. In classical mathematics, analytic geometry, also known as coordinate geometry or Cartesian geometry, is the study of geometry using a coordinate contrasts with synthetic geometry.

Analytic geometry is widely used in physics and engineering, and also in aviation, rocketry, space science, and is the foundation of most modern fields of geometry, including algebraic. Well it depends on your level of mathematical sophistication, but there are several good books.

My main recommendation -- assuming you have some college level math knowledge -- is that if what you are interested in is specifically hyperbolic geo. This book presents a powerful way to study Einstein's special theory of relativity and its underlying hyperbolic geometry in which analogies with classical results form the right tool.

It introduces the notion of vectors into analytic hyperbolic geometry, where they are called gyrovectors. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Analytic hyperbolic geometry by Abraham A. Ungar; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Hyperbolic Geometry, Textbooks, Vector algebra, Manuels d'enseignement supérieur, Non-Euclidean, Geometry, Electronic books, Algèbre. Abraham A. Ungar, in Beyond Pseudo-Rotations in Pseudo-Euclidean Spaces, Introduction.

We have seen in Chaps. 2 and 3 that the analytic geometry that regulates Einstein gyrovector spaces is analytic hyperbolic geometry, that is, the hyperbolic geometry of Lobachevsky and Bolyai, studied analytically. In this chapter we will see that, in full analogy, the analytic geometry that.

Analytic Hyperbolic Geometry in N Dimensions: An Introduction Abraham Albert Ungar. The concept of the Euclidean simplex is important in the study of n-dimensional Euclidean geometry.

This book introduces for the first time the concept of hyperbolic simplex as an important concept in n-dimensional hyperbolic geometry. Following the emergence of. HYPERBOLIC GEOMETRY 63 We shall consider in this exposition ve of the most famous of the analytic models of hyperbolic geometry. Three are conformal models associated with the name of Henri Poincar e.

A conformal model is one for which the metric is a point-by-point scaling of the Euclidean metric. Poincar e discovered his models. The concept of the Euclidean simplex is important in the study of n-dimensional Euclidean geometry. This book introduces for the first time the concept of hyperbolic simplex as an important concept in n-dimensional hyperbolic geometry.

Following the emergence of his gyroalgebra inthe author crafted gyrolanguage, the algebraic language tCited by: 9. This is the first book on analytic hyperbolic geometry, fully analogous to analytic Euclidean geometry. Analytic hyperbolic geometry regulates relativistic mechanics just as analytic Euclidean geometry regulates classical mechanics.

Analytic hyperbolic geometry regulates relativistic mechanics just as analytic Euclidean geometry regulates classical mechanics. The book presents a novel gyrovector space approach to analytic hyperbolic geometry, fully analogous to the well-known vector space approach to 1/5(1).

This book is an attempt to give a simple and direct account of the Non-Euclidean Geometry, and one which presupposes but little knowledge of Math-ematics. The ﬁrst three chapters assume a knowledge of only Plane and Solid Geometry and Trigonometry, and the entire book can be read by one who has.

The geometry that underlies Einstein gyrovector spaces is analytic hyperbolic geometry, as indicated in Chapter 3.

This chapter shows that the geometry that underlies Einstein bi-gyrovector spaces of signature (m, n), m, n ∈ ℕ, is analytic bi-hyperbolic geometry of signature (m, n).

Beardon's Geometry of Discrete Groups, Iversen's Hyperbolic Geometry, and Bonahon's Low-dimensional Geometry, and Katok's Fuchsian Groups all have exercises. Since you requested stuff specifically on surfaces, Katok may be the way to go.

However, you may want to turn to other books for explanations at times, for this book is terse. Free Online Library: Analytic hyperbolic geometry and Albert Einstein's special theory of relativity.(Brief article, Book review) by "SciTech Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Science and technology, general Books Book reviews.

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ment of the euclidean geometry is clearly shown; for example, it is shown that the whole of the euclidean geometry may be developed without the use of the axiom of continuity; the signiﬁ-cance of Desargues’s theorem, as a condition that a given plane geometry may be regarded as a part of a geometry of space, is made apparent, etc.

This book introduces, for the first time, the concept of hyperbolic simplex as an important concept in n-dimensional hyperbolic geometry. Following the emergence of the author's gyroalgebra sincethe author has crafted gyrolanguage, the algebraic language that sheds natural light on hyperbolic geometry and special relativity.

Analytic hyperbolic geometry regulates relativistic mechanics just as analytic Euclidean geometry regulates classical mechanics. The book presents a novel gyrovector space approach to analytic hyperbolic geometry, fully analogous to the well-known vector space approach to Euclidean geometry.

Geometry: A Metric Approach with Models, imparts a real feeling for Euclidean and non-Euclidean (in particular, hyperbolic) geometry. Intended as a rigorous first course, the book introduces and develops the various axioms slowly, and then, in a departure from other texts, continually illustrates the major definitions and axioms with two or three models, enabling the reader to picture the idea.

Geometry [Plane, Solid, and Analytic] The books listed below are for free. If the link doesn’t work, kindly report the book with the broken link through this form. In analytic geometry, also known as coordinate geometry, we think about geometric objects on the coordinate plane. For example, we can see that opposite sides of a parallelogram are parallel by writing a linear equation for each side and seeing that the slopes are the same.

Hyperbolic Geometry from a Local Viewpoint is a compact introduction to two-dimensional hyperbolic geometry with a distinctly analytic flavor. For those accustomed to the dense writing of the professional mathematical world, this book is a pleasure to read.

It is well written, with only a few paragraphs of less than stellar quality. ELLIPTIC, PARABOLIC AND HYPERBOLIC ANALYTIC FUNCTION THEORY–1: GEOMETRY OF INVARIANTS VLADIMIR V. KISIL Abstract. This paper expands the earlier paper [30] and presents foundation for a systematic treatment of three main (elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic) types of analytic function theory based on the representation theory of SL2(R) group.

What is hyp erb olic geometry and wh y study it? Spaces of const an t cur v at ur e Hyp erb olic (also called non-Euclidean) ge-ometr y is the study of geo me try on spaces of constan t neg ativ e curv a-ture. In dimension 2, surfa ces of consta nt curv ature are disting uished by whether their cur vature K is p ositiv e, zero or negat ive.

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