Elements of Quaternions
by Arthur Sherburne Hardy
Publisher: Ginn, Heath, & co. 1881
Number of pages: 252
The object of the following treatise is to exhibit the elementary principles and notation of the Quaternion Calculus, so as to meet the wants of beginners in the classroom. This presentation of the principles shall afford the undergraduate student a glimpse of this elegant and powerful instrument of analytical research.
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by Erik B. Dam, Martin Koch, Martin Lillholm - University of Copenhagen
This text introduces quaternions, their mathematical properties, and how they can be used to rotate objects. We introduce quaternion mathematics and discuss why quaternions are a better choice for implementing rotation than matrix implementations.
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