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Selig, JM (1986)
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We give a precise statement of the Principle of Transference. The proof is a simple consequence of a Clifford algebra construction. This Clifford algebra also contains the Lie algebra of the inhomogeneous rotation group. In three dimensions a study of the invariant bilinear forms on the Lie algebra leads us to a co-ordinate free description of the pitch of a screw.
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    • 7. Study E. 1891 "von den Bl2!wegungen und Umlegungen" Math.Ann. 39 pp.441-S66 3. weyl H. 1946 "The Classical Groups'! Chap.II, 9 (Princeton University Press, Princeton)
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