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Cyclic and anticyclic algebras; composition algebras; determinants of elements of linear algebras; multiplicative functions; groups of motions
The article deals with spaces the geometry of which is defined by cyclic and anticyclic algebras. Arbitrary multiplicative function is taken as a fundamental form. Motions are given as linear transformation preserving given multiplicative function.
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