The affine chain geometry over a group with a partial fibration into subgroups and a certain involution is introduced. This concept generalizes the affine.

The affine chain geometries ~ = ~C(V, 9 v, ~) over the partially fibered vector spaces of 3.2(a)-(c) are weak chain spaces. In case 3.2(5) with W # {0}, the ...

The affine chain geometry over a group with a partial fibration into subgroups and a certain involution is introduced. This concept generalizes the affine trace ...

In this work, geometry of tangential and affine configuration chain complex is proposed in generalized form. Initially tangential and affine configuration chain ...

Comparisons of figures in affine geometry are made with affine transformations, which are mappings that preserve alignment of points and parallelism of lines.

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In this work, geometry of tangential and affine configuration chain complex is proposed in generalized form. Initially tangential and affine configuration chain ...

In this work, geometry of tangential and affine configuration chain complex is proposed in generalized form. Initially tangential and affine configuration chain ...

A generalization of an affine transformation is an affine map (or affine homomorphism or affine mapping) between two (potentially different) affine spaces over ...

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INTRODUCTION. The theory of affine configuration chain complexes is important for algebraic K-theory and algebraic geometry, first introduced by Suslin [23] ...

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