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Published
**1989**
by Springer-Verlag in New York
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Written in English

- Numbers, Complex.

**Edition Notes**

Translation of: Giperkompleksnye chisla.

Statement | I.L. Kantor, A.S. Solodovnikov ; translated by A. Shenitzer. |

Contributions | Solodovnikov, A. S. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA255 .K3613 1989 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | x, 169 p. : |

Number of Pages | 169 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2187985M |

ISBN 10 | 0387969802 |

LC Control Number | 89006160 |

Extension of the number-concept; groups and fields, rational, real, complex, hypercomplex numbers. The book presents a detailed analysis of the hypercomplex numbers in 2, 3 and 4 dimensions, then presents the properties of hypercomplex numbers in 5 and 6 dimensions, and it continues with a detailed analysis of polar and planar hypercomplex numbers in n dimensions.

This book arose out of original research on the extension of well-established applications of complex numbers related to Euclidean geometry and to the. Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. Hypercomplex numbers Johanna R am o Queen Mary, University of London. The family of normed division algebras Real numbers Complex numbers Quaternions Octonions. History of complex numbers Italy in the 15th century Discovered when looking for a general solution to cubic equations x3 + ax2 + bx + c = 0 Geometrical meaning in the 18th century.

Books & Chapters; Research Grants; Hypercomplex Numbers. New Approaches to Continuous and Discrete Signals by Using Hypercomplex Numbers. The advantage of the use of hypercomplex numbers is due to their structure of commutative and associative algebras of finite order over the field of real numbers. They are used in the representation of. How to use hypercomplex in a sentence. of, relating to, or being a general form of number that can be expressed as a vector of n dimensions in the form x1e1 + x2e2 + + .

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Product details Paperback: pages Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. edition (Septem ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates Cited by: This book deals with various systems of "numbers" that can be constructed by adding "imaginary units" to the real numbers.

The complex numbers are a classical example of such a system. One of the most important properties of the complex numbers is given by the identity (1) Izz'l = IzlIz'I It says, roughly, that the absolute value of a product is equal to the product of the absolute values of the factors.

Hypercomplex numbers book Hypercomplex numbers: an elementary introduction to algebras by Kantor, I. (Isaĭ Lʹvovich)Pages: Hypercomplex numbers are composite numbers that allow to simplify the mathematical description of certain problems. They are used e. in signal processing, computer graphics, relativistic kinematics, orbital mechanics, air and space ight.

The author came across hypercomplex numbers in accelerator physics, where they can be used to. Complex and Hypercomplex Numbers 3. Given complex numbers z 1 ¼ x 1 þiy 1 and z 2 ¼ x 2 þiy 2, the following properties for operations of addition and multiplication are valid: 1: z 1 þz 2 ¼½x 1 þiy 1þ½x 2 þiy 2¼ðx 1 þx 2Þþiðy 1 þy 2Þ, 2: kz 1 ¼ k½x 1 þiy 1¼ðkx 1Þþiðky 1Þ, for any real number.

The coordinates x 1, x2,xn of the of the hypercomplex quantities: (1) x = ε1 x1 + ε2 x2 + + εn xn, which are formed from the n basic numbers ε1, ε2,εn, can all assume real or complex values.

The totality of these quantities, which reproduces the addition and multiplication. • Hypercomplex numbers • Sum of real and imaginary parts • Ordered doublet • Exponential ()q 0,q 1 q 2 q 3 qq= 0 +q 1 i q++ 2 j q 3 k Manipulate like Polynomials q˜ = qq+ qq, qe 1 θw = I will use these two. 9 Mobile Robotics - Prof Alonzo Kelly, CMU RI.

10 My Preference • Mostly use the. This book includes a selection of papers presented at the session on quaternionic and hypercomplex analysis at the ISAAC conference in Krakow, Poland. The topics covered represent new perspectives and current trends in hypercomplex analysis and applications to mathematical physics, image analysis and processing, and : Paperback.

Preview. This chapter is the story of a generalization with an unexpected outcome. In trying to generalize the concept of real number to n dimensions, we find only four dimensions where the idea works: n = 1, 2, 4, 8.

“Numberlike” behavior in ℝn, far from being common, is a rare and interesting idea of “numberlike” behavior is motivated by the cases n = 1, 2 that we. This book deals with various systems of "numbers" that can be constructed by adding "imaginary units" to the real numbers.

The complex numbers are a classical example of such a system. Book Title Hypercomplex Analysis Editors. Irene Sabadini; Michael Shapiro; eBook ISBN DOI / Hardcover ISBN Series ISSN Edition Number 1 Number of Pages *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.

ebook access. The book first offers information on the types and geometrical interpretation of complex numbers. Topics include interpretation of ordinary complex numbers in the Lobachevskii plane; double numbers as oriented lines of the Lobachevskii plane; dual numbers as oriented lines of a plane; most general complex numbers; and double, hypercomplex, and.

I Hypercomplex Numbers.- 1 Complex Numbers.- Introduction.- Operations on Complex Numbers.- The Operation of Conjugation.- The Absolute Value of a Complex Number: An Identity with Two Squares.- Division of Complex Numbers.- 2 Alternate Arithmetics on the Numbers a + bi.- Formulation of the Problem.- Reduction to Three Systems.- 3 Quaternions.- 4/5(1).

and Hyperspherical Hypercomplex Numbers: Merging Numbers and Vectors into Just One Mathematical Entity”, to the following journals: Bulletin of Mathematical Sciences on 08 AugustHypercomplex Numbers in Geometry and Physics (HNGP) on 13 August and has been accepted for publication on 29 April in issue No.

22 of HNGP. The Museum of HP Calculators. MoHPC HPC Software Library This library contains copyrighted programs that are used here by permission. Hypercomplex Numbers by I. Kantor,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Now, since i is a number, it can be multiplied it by any real number y; so doing produces an imaginary number, i y.

Also, any real number x can then be added to this new thing, making a complex number, x + i y. This new number i has effectively generated a second copy of the real number. A number is a mathematical object used to count, measure, and label.

The original examples are the natural numbers 1, 2, 3, and so forth. A notational symbol that represents a number is called a g: Hypercomplex.

Both the complex numbers and the quaternions are types of hypercomplex numbers. A system of hypercomplex numbers is a unital algebra with every element having the form a 0 + a 1 i 1 + a 2 i 2 + ⋯ + a n i n. Here n ∈ N, a 0, a 1,a n ∈ R, and i 1,i n are called imaginary units.

To be an algebra over the reals, the system also. This book presents concisely the full story on complex and hypercomplex fractals, starting from the very first steps in complex dynamics and resulting complex fractal sets, through the generalizations of Julia and Mandelbrot sets on a complex plane and the Holy Grail of the fractal geometry – a 3D Mandelbrot set, and ending with hypercomplex, multicomplex and multihypercomplex fractal sets.

Hypercomplex numbers grew out of William Rowan Hamilton's construction of quaternions in the s. The legacy of his vision continues in spatial vector algebra: for vectors v = a i + b j + c k {\displaystyle v=ai+bj+ck} and w = d i + e j + f k.

This book deals with various systems of "numbers" that can be constructed by adding "imaginary units" to the real numbers. The complex numbers are a classical example of such a system.

One of the most important properties of the complex numbers is given by the identity (1) Izz'l = Izl*Iz'I* It says, roughly, that the absolute value of a product is equal to the product of the absolute values of.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kantor, I.L.

(Isaĭ Lʹvovich). Hypercomplex numbers. New York: Springer-Verlag, © (OCoLC)