So what background should I have to get started in Clifford Algebra?
It depends on your perpsective, but you'll definitely need some abstract
(commutative) algebra ; quotients (rings, algebras, etc.), and some
multilinear algebra. Maybe you can reverse-engineer your knowledge, tho. (i.e., go top-down , instead of bottom-up). Why not take a look at it :
and see?. Maybe you can start with some concrete questions.
I think you'll be able to handle it
(Ok, sorry, but the joke had to be made!)
Thanks, I will combine it with My Hausdorff-on-Golf Links.!
If you just want a quick and dirty introduction to Clifford algebra, I really liked Penrose's treatment in "Road to Reality."
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