Review of the hardback: 'I would therefore highly recommend this book for anyone wishing to enter this interesting and potentially fundamental area.' Mathematics Today
'The range of topics presented in the book is astonishing. ... The present book is intended for physicists, but mathematicians will also find it highly valuable. The exposition of Grassmann's algebra given at the beginning of the book is exceptionally clear and is written with a light touch. ... It is extraordinarily well written and is a beautifully produced piece.' The Mathematical Gazette
Geometric Algebra has advanced rapidly in the last ten years, becoming an important topic in the physics and engineering communities. As leading experts in the field the authors have led many of these new developments. This book provides an introduction to the subject covering applications such as black hole physics and quantum computing. Suitable as a textbook for graduate courses on the physical applications of geometric algebra, this book is also a valuable reference for all researchers working in the fields of relativity and quantum theory.