### Table 1. Canonical forms of geometric algebras Algebras

1998

"... In PAGE 15: ...oordinates, and pi(i=1..n) are points. Similarly, we may define canonical forms in Table1 for all the members of the geometric algebras. Table 1.... ..."

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### Table 1: Canonical Forms for Binary Biquadratics.

1988

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### Table 1: Canonical Forms for Binary Biquadratics.

1988

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### TABLE I Conditional incidence relationships for the canonical form.

### Table 1: Canonical forms of the classical deception techniques.

### Table 3. Table 3. The number of canonical forms and Inclusive Forms depending on the

### Table 4: Canonical Form Speci cations for Selected Fibonacci Generators

"... In PAGE 33: ... As shown in Figure 11, the canonical form for the LF G(10;; 7;; 4) generator requires the least signi cant bit of word 7 to be set to one, with all other least signi cant bits in the register set to zero. Table4 lists, for several choices of LF G(`;; k;; M), the characteristic word (or words) for which the least signi cant bit should be set to one in order to be in canonical form. Twocaveats with respect to the use of this canonical form should be mentioned at this point.... In PAGE 40: ... (a) Draw a shift register diagram, similar to Figure 10, to represent , the action of this generator. (b) How long is the period, P , of this generator? (c) How many distinct cycles does this generator have? (d) Using the information for this generator in Table4 , initialize, in canonical form, every cycle for this generator, and generate each full cycle. (e) Suppose the generator LF G(3;; 2;; 2) were initialized with the values, X 1 =1,X 2 =3, and X 3 = 1.... ..."