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2016-06-13 20:40:08 +0100 | commented question | symbolic constant in clifford algebra thanks for your comment tmonteil! e is supposed to be just some constant in C. |

2016-06-13 15:58:19 +0100 | asked a question | How to multiply symbolic constant with element in clifford algebra? Dear all, first I would like to state that I am only a beginner at using SageMath. Currently I am working on Clifford algebra's but unfortunately I'm experiencing a problem. I cannot find a solution in the documentation so I hope maybe someone here has an idea! I would like to define a symbolic constant in the field of complex numbers, and multiply this with an element from the clifford algebra. Unfortunately, SageMath doesn't like this! This is the code that I'm using: START CODE sage: Q = QuadraticForm(CC, 3, [0,0,1,1,0,0]) sage: Cl.<x,y,z> = CliffordAlgebra(Q) var('e') e*x END CODE the operation e Does anyone maybe have an idea how to work around this? Maybe I'm defing the symbolic constant all wrong? Thank you very much! Kind regards, David |

2016-06-13 15:06:34 +0100 | asked a question | symbolic constant in clifford algebra Dear all, First of all I'd like to state that I am far from a SageMath expert. Right now, I am working on Clifford algebra's and I would like to do some computations with SageMath Cloud. Unfortunately, I experience the problem that when I define a symbolic constant, Sage doesn't know how to multiply this with elements in the Clifford algebra. This is the code that I'm using. START CODE C = ComplexField(); sage: Q = QuadraticForm(C, 3, [0,0,1,1,0,0]) sage: Cl.<x,y,z> = CliffordAlgebra(Q) var('e') e*x END CODE I get an error for e Does anyone maybe know how to work around this? Maybe I am defining the variable all wrong? Thank you very much! Kind regards, David |

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