Marsden, J. E. (1965) A theorem on harmonic homologies. Canadian Mathematical Bulletin, 8 (1). pp. 375-377. ISSN 0008-4395. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20100824-085451570
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A collineation is a one-one mapping of a projective plane onto itself, taking points into points, lines into lines and preserving incidence. (, p.247). A perspective collineation (sometimes called a central collineation) is a collineation which leaves invariant all points on a line h called the axis, and all lines through a point H called the centre. The perspective collineation is an elation if H is incident with h; otherwise it is a homology.
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