Function: Cliplus:-`convert/dwedge_to_wedge`, Cliplus:-`convert/dwedge_to_wedge` -converting between wedge and dotted wedge Summary: Function: Cliplus:-`convert/dwedge_to_wedge`, Cliplus:-`convert/dwedge_to_wedge` - converting between wedge and dotted wedge Calling Sequence: c1 := convert(p1,wedge_to_dwedge,F) c2 := convert(p2,dwedge_to_wedge,FT) Parameters: · p1 - Clifford polynomial expressed in terms of un-dotted standard Grassmann wedge basis (element of one of these types: `type/clibasmon`, `type/climon`, `type/clipolynom`) · p2 - Clifford polynomial in dotted basis (although still expressed in terms of the standard Grassmann wedge monomials) · F, FT - argument of type name, symbol, matrix, array, or `&*`(numeric,{name,symbol,matrix,array}). When F and FT are matrices or arrays, they are expected to be antisymmetric and negative of each other, that is, FT = linalg[transpose](F). · F is assumed to be, by default, the antisymmetric part of B. Output: · c1 : a Clifford polynomial expressed in terms of the un-dotted Grassmann basis · c2 : a Clifford polynomial in "dotted" basis expressed in terms of the standard Grassmann basis Description: · These two functions are used by the dotted-wedge in Cl(B) given by dwedge. The latter accompanies the Grassmann wedge product, but differs in its graduation. In fact both products are Collections: Mathematics