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Infinite dimensional Clifford algebras?

Do infinite dimensional Clifford (and/or Grassmann) algebras exist/makes sense? Do you know good references about them?
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Real orthogonal Lie algebra isomorphic to Clifford bivectors

I'm studying Clifford algebras on this moment, and I frequently find the statement $$\left(\mathbb{R}_m^{(2)},[\cdot,\cdot]\right) \cong \mathfrak{so}_{\mathbb{R}}(m)$$ stating that the bivectors of a ...
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Clifford Algebra for understanding Atiyah Singer Index Theorem Reference Request

I am interested in studying Atiyah Singer Index Theorem and Spin Geometry and would like to study Clifford Algebras and their representations for this purpose. I have a book 'Clifford Algebras : An ...
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Clifford Algebras

What would be the best source to learn Clifford Algebras from? Anything online would suffice or any textual sources for that matter.. I'm interested in doing a project in the subject, but I'm not ...
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Why does $C_{n+8}\approx C_n\otimes_\mathbb{R}M_{16}(\mathbb{R})$?

In an earlier answer, rschwieb kindly pointed me in the direction of Bott periodicity. Just out of curiosity I was reading through a paper on periodicity of Clifford algebras. There was a list of ...
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Curious about extending some Clifford algebra isomorphisms?

I've been considering the Clifford algebra over $\mathbb{R}$. For notation, I denote the clifford algebras $C_n$ associated with the vector space $\mathbb{R}^n$ with negative definite form, and $C'_n$ ...
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Good introductory book on geometric algebra

The title of the question already says it all but I would like to add that I would really like the book to be more about geometric algebra than its applications : it should contain theorems' proofs. ...