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IEEE Philly - A Non-Orthogonal Redundant Geometrical Space (1 PDH)

When:
Tuesday, January 18, 2022, 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM
Where:
Zoom
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IEEE Philadelphia Section Night

 

WEBINAR

Date:Tuesday, January 18

Time: 7 pm - 8 pm

Location: Virtual

 

A Non-Orthogonal Redundant Geometrical Space is Presented

with its Respective Numbering System

 

 

Cost: No Charge. Registration is required.

 

Speaker: Dr. John Sudano

 

Math is fun and sometimes when you think out of the box you will find yourself on the other side. The practicability of math is incredibly important in understanding the physical world.The operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division are the crucial properties. These critical properties can only occur with numbers of dimensions 1, 2, 4 and 8. All four sets are used to bring insights and understanding to the physical world.

 

Presently these critical properties have been implemented only in an orthonormal geometry. This lecture introduces a natural alternative geometrical space with non-orthogonal basis rays. Any number in an n dimensional space can be represented by n positive numbers and zero. Within this space a unique representation of numbers is introduced with properties of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in dimensions 1, 2, 4 and 8. Rotational degrees of freedom are included, greatly enriching the multiplication tables and possibly opening the doors to a new world of useful applications.

 

Throughout history the evolution and the complex development of a society have advanced hand in hand with the development of language and mathematics, which are the tools that allow for the understanding of complex processes and for solving them. Hopefully the mathematics presented in this lecture can be used for a better understanding of new complex processes.

 

 

PDH certificates are available and an evaluation form will be emailed to you after the meeting. PDH certificate are sent by IEEE USA 3-4 weeks after the meeting.

 

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