Grassmann–Cayley algebra, also known as double algebra, is a form of modeling algebra for use in projective geometry. The technique is based on work by German mathematician Hermann Grassmann on exterior algebra, and subsequently by British mathematician Arthur Cayley's work on matrices and linear algebra.
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