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Bicomplex Holomorphic Functions

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Bicomplex Holomorphic Functions

Bicomplex Holomorphic Functions: The Algebra, Geometry and Analysis of Bicomplex Numbers
Birkhäuser Basel | Mathematics | January 12, 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319248669 | 231 pages | pdf | 2.4 mb

Authors: Luna-Elizarrarás, M.E., Shapiro, M., Struppa, D.C., Vajiac, A.
Presents a comprehensive study of the analysis and geometry of bicomplex numbers
Offers a fundamental reference work for the field of bicomplex analysis
Develops a solid foundation for potential new applications in relativity, dynamical systems and quantum mechanics





From the Back Cover

The purpose of this book is to develop the foundations of the theory of holomorphicity on the ring of bicomplex numbers. Accordingly, the main focus is on expressing the similarities with, and differences from, the classical theory of one complex variable. The result is an elementary yet comprehensive introduction to the algebra, geometry and analysis of bicomplex numbers.

Around the middle of the nineteenth century, several mathematicians (the best known being Sir William Hamilton and Arthur Cayley) became interested in studying number systems that extended the field of complex numbers. Hamilton famously introduced the quaternions, a skew field in real-dimension four, while almost simultaneously James Cockle introduced a commutative four-dimensional real algebra, which was rediscovered in 1892 by Corrado Segre, who referred to his elements as bicomplex numbers. The advantages of commutativity were accompanied by the introduction of zero divisors, something that for a while dampened interest in this subject. In recent years, due largely to the work of G.B. Price, there has been a resurgence of interest in the study of these numbers and, more importantly, in the study of functions defined on the ring of bicomplex numbers, which mimic the behavior of holomorphic functions of a complex variable.

While the algebra of bicomplex numbers is a four-dimensional real algebra, it is useful to think of it as a "complexification" of the field of complex
numbers; from this perspective, the bicomplex algebra possesses the properties of a one-dimensional theory inside four real dimensions. Its rich analysis and innovative geometry provide new ideas and potential applications in relativity and quantum mechanics alike.

The book will appeal to researchers in the fields of complex, hypercomplex and functional analysis, as well as undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in one- or multidimensional complex analysis

Number of Illustrations and Tables
23 illus.
Topics
Functions of a Complex Variable
Several Complex Variables and Analytic Spaces
Mathematical Applications in the Physical Sciences








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