By Gerd Fischer
Dieser Band enthält Anwendungen der linearen Algebra auf geometrische Fragen. Ausgehend von affinen Unterräumen in Vektorräumen werden allgemeine affine Räume eingeführt, und es wird gezeigt, wie sich geometrische Probleme mit algebraischen Hilfsmitteln behandeln lassen. Ein Kapitel über lineare Optimierung befaßt sich mit Systemen linearer Ungleichungen. Mit Hilfe der elementaren Theorie konvexer Mengen kann guy die Optimierung eines linearen Funktionals auf die Lösung linearer Gleichungssysteme zurückführen. Anschließend wird der für praktische Anwendungen so wichtige Simplex-Algorithmus abgeleitet. Besonderer Wert wird dabei auf einen Einblick in die geometrischen Zusammenhänge gelegt. Durch den projektiven Abschluß affiner Räume enthält guy den angemessenen Rahmen für das Studium von Sätzen aus der klassischen Geometrie. Durch viele Zeichnungen, Beispiele und Übungsaufgaben wird versucht, das Lesers Liebe zur Geometrie zu vertiefen.
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O. , und damit ist der Satz bewiesen. Wie man in der Algebra lernt, ist die komplexe Konjugation der einzige nicht-triviale Automorphismus von (C, der IR in sich tiberfUhrt. LaBt man diese Zusatzbedingung fallen, so gibt es tiberabzahlbar viele weitere Automorphismen (etwa einen mit aCe) = n, aber a(lR) *- IR). 3. 1 gesehen haben, gibt es in tA 2 ((c) nicht affine Kollineationen. Urn das Beispiel zu verallgemeinern, wieder ein paar neue Begriffe.
1st X ein affmer Raum iiber K, so sind die Geraden Y C X genau die aus zwei Punk ten bestehenden Teilmengen. Also ist jede bijektive Abbildung f: X-+X eine Kollineation. Der affme Raum IA2 (K) enthiilt 4 Punkte, also gibt es 4! ) und fur einen festen Punkt p E IA2 (K) hat eine Affinitiit die Auswahl unter 4 Bildpunkten. 6 = 24 Affmitaten von IA2 (K) und somit istjede bijektive Abbildung affm. Der affine Raum 1A 3(K) enthiilt 8 Punkte, also gibt es 8! = 40 320 bijektive Abbildungen von 1A2 (K) Wie man leicht nachrechnet, besteht GL(3; K) aus 7·6'4 = 168 Matrizen, also gibt es 8 .
Affine Geometrie In diesem Fall ist sie aber klar, da sich die Seitenhalbierenden im Ursprung schneiden. 3. Der Strahlensatz. Seien Po, PI> P2 affin unabhangige Punkte eines affinen Raumes X tiber K und seien ql E Po V PI, q2 E Po V P2 von Po verschieden. Sind die Geraden PI V P2 und ql V q2 parallel, so ist TV(po,PI ,qd = TV(PO,P2,q2) Beweis. 23) "': K2 ..... 12, Aufgabe 2). 4), folgt die Behauptung. gabe. Man beweise die obigen Aussagen ohne Verwendung neuer Koordinaten durch Rechnen mit Translationsvektoren.
Analytische Geometrie: Eine Einführung für Studienanfänger by Gerd Fischer