Representations of the real projective plane are called Steiner surfaces. A classification based on real parameters and transformations results in 10 types [1, 2].
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 A. Coffman, A. J. Schwartz, and C. Stanton, "The Algebra and Geometry of Steiner and Other Quadratically Parametrizable Surfaces,"
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 A. Coffman. "Steiner Surfaces." (Sept 17, 2013)
Real Projective Plane
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