Lectures on Quaternions

William Rowan Hamilton

  • Publisher: Hodges and Smith(London), 1853

Book Parts

  1. PREFACE: Preface.Access to Book Part 
  2. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Contents.Access to Book Part 
  3. CHAPTER: Lecture I. Additions and Subtractions of Lines and Points.Access to Book Part 
  4. CHAPTER: Lecture II. General Views Respecting and Multiplication and Division in Geometry.Access to Book Part 
  5. CHAPTER: Lecture III. Other Cases of Multiplication and Division in Geometry.Access to Book Part 
  6. CHAPTER: Lecutre IV. Proportions of Lines in one Plane, Powers and Roots of Quaternions.Access to Book Part 
  7. CHAPTER: Lecture V. Associative Principle for the Multiplication of three Lines in Space.Access to Book Part 
  8. CHAPTER: Lecture VI. General Associative Property of the Multiplication of Quaternions.Access to Book Part 
  9. CHAPTER: Lecture VII. Addition and Subtraction of Quaternions.Access to Book Part 
  10. APPENDIX: Appendix A.Access to Book Part 
  11. APPENDIX: Appendix B.Access to Book Part 
  12. APPENDIX: Appendix C.Access to Book Part 
  13. ERRATA: Errata.Access to Book Part 

How to cite


Hamilton, William Rowan. Lectures on Quaternions. London: Hodges and Smith, 1853. <http://eudml.org/doc/203375>.

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year = {1853},

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