three-space

three-space

[′thrē ‚spās]
(mathematics)
A vector space over the real numbers whose basis has three vectors.
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It turns out that the case of Chern class equaling four is much more involved than the previous cases, they say, especially on the projective three-space. Among the bundles appearing in their classification is the Sasakura rank three vector bundle on the projective four-space (conveniently twisted).