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## Simple, Double and Isoclinic Rotations with a Viable Algorithm

#### Melek ERDOĞDU  , Mustafa ÖZDEMİR 

The main topic of this study is to investigate rotation matrices in four dimensional Euclidean space in two different ways. The first of these ways is Rodrigues formula and the second is Cayley formula.The most important common point of both formulas is the use of skew symmetric matrices. However, depending on the skew symmetric matrix used, it is possible to classify the rotation matrices by both formulas. Therefore, it is also revealed how the rotation matrices obtained by both formulas are classified as simple, double
or isoclinic rotation. Eigenvalues of skew symmetric matrices play the major role in this classification. With the use of all results, it is also seen which skew symmetric matrix is obtained from a given rotation matrix by Rodrigues and Cayley formula, respectively. Finally, an algorithm for classification of rotations is given with the help of the obtained datas and explained with an example.
Euclidean Four Space, Rodrigues Rotation Formula, Rotation matrix, Cayley Rotation Formula
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Primary Language en Engineering Articles Orcid: 0000-0001-9610-6229Author: Melek ERDOĞDU (Primary Author)Country: Turkey Orcid: 0000-0002-1359-4181Author: Mustafa ÖZDEMİR Publication Date : March 20, 2020
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