N., Z., T., A. (2008). APPLICATION OF CLIFFORD ALGEBRA TO KINEMATICS OF GUIDED MISSILES. The International Conference on Mathematics and Engineering Physics, 4(International Conference on Mathematics and Engineering Physics (ICMEP-4)), 1-12. doi: 10.21608/icmep.2008.29886

ZAKI H. N.; ABOU El-DAHAB E. T.. "APPLICATION OF CLIFFORD ALGEBRA TO KINEMATICS OF GUIDED MISSILES". The International Conference on Mathematics and Engineering Physics, 4, International Conference on Mathematics and Engineering Physics (ICMEP-4), 2008, 1-12. doi: 10.21608/icmep.2008.29886

N., Z., T., A. (2008). 'APPLICATION OF CLIFFORD ALGEBRA TO KINEMATICS OF GUIDED MISSILES', The International Conference on Mathematics and Engineering Physics, 4(International Conference on Mathematics and Engineering Physics (ICMEP-4)), pp. 1-12. doi: 10.21608/icmep.2008.29886

N., Z., T., A. APPLICATION OF CLIFFORD ALGEBRA TO KINEMATICS OF GUIDED MISSILES. The International Conference on Mathematics and Engineering Physics, 2008; 4(International Conference on Mathematics and Engineering Physics (ICMEP-4)): 1-12. doi: 10.21608/icmep.2008.29886

APPLICATION OF CLIFFORD ALGEBRA TO KINEMATICS OF GUIDED MISSILES

ABSTRACT One of the main issues within aerospace and robotics applications is the Kinematics equations of guided missiles. Investigation and analysis of these equations in both homing and command guidance systems consider the missile as an immaterial/massless point moving with a known velocity. In addition, the nature of applications necessitates this process to be fast in computations and easy or concise in manipulation. Therefore, the objective is to reformulate these equations using the properties and the geometrical significance of Clifford algebra. This formulation may be easier and more obvious than the other traditional methods as it unites vectors of different planes into a single mathematical system with a comprehensive geometric significance.