life is better with a little slack….

]]>One other question, while searching around I’ve also heard Kähler calculus mentioned as something different to geometric calculus, notably in https://altermanschool2017.uacg.bg/comparisonKC-GC.pdf where the author claims it to be superior, though without any concrete details. Have you by any chance come across this before, or know how it relates to geometric calculus?

]]>I did work one of the transmission line derivations from Jackson (transmission line relations between the transverse and propagation direction field components) in this book using GA and both the result and the method are pretty elegant.

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