Geometric Homology

A perspective collineation in which the center and axis are not incident. The term was first used by Poncelet (Cremona 1960, p. ix).

See also

Elation, Harmonic Homology, Perspective Collineation, Perspective Triangles

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Cremona, L. Elements of Projective Geometry, 3rd ed. New York: Dover, 1960.Desargues, G. Œuvres de Desargues, réunies et analysées par M. Pudra, tome 1. Paris, pp. 413-416, 1864.Lambert, J. H. Freie Perspective, 2nd ed. Zürich, 1774.

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