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September 21st, 2017, 08:12 PM   #1
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Clifford's algebras

I am in a need of any books or articles on Clifford's algebras, if possible, written for a total newbie, like me, at this topic. What interests me the most is their connections with hypercomplex numbers (quaternions, octonions etc.).
Could anyone help? Thanks in advance!
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Using google is not sufficient?
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How about anuter rebus. Quite nice those
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