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Issue No.02 - February (1984 vol.4)
pp: 30-33
Jay Fillmore , University of California at San Diego
ABSTRACT
Properly establishing the relation between linear algebra and geometry makes it easier to obtain the three-by-three orthogonal matrix that describes a specified rotation.
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CITATION
Jay Fillmore, "A Note on Rotation Matrices", IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol.4, no. 2, pp. 30-33, February 1984, doi:10.1109/MCG.1984.275935
REFERENCES
1. D. F.Rogers and J. A.Adams, Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics , McGraw-Hill 1976
2. T.Pavlidis, Algorithms for Graphics and Image Processing , Computer Science Press 1982
3. B.Noble and J. W.Daniel, Applied Linear Algebra , Prentice-Hall 1977
4. E.Artin, Geometric Algebra , Interscience Press 1957
5. H. S. M.Coxeter, Introduction to Geometry , 1969 John Wiley & Sons
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