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- arise in tessarines, inspiring him to use the term 'impossibles.' the tessarines are now best known for their subalgebra of real tessarines

- original vector algebras of the nineteenth century like quaternions, tessarines, or coquaternions, each of which has its own product. the vector algebras

- preceded cayley's matrix algebra; coquaternions (along with quaternions and tessarines) evoked the broader linear algebra. let q = w + xi + yj + zk, and consider

- example split-complex numbers or split-quaternions. it was the algebra of tessarines discovered by james ****le in 1848 that first provided hyperbolic versors

- substantial, but then one also finds other imaginary numbers such as the j of tessarines which has a square of +1. this idea first surfaced with the articles by

- s {\displaystyle \mathbb {s} } ), tessarines, coquaternions, and biquaternions. p-adic numbers: various number systems

- theory. in the nineteenth century number systems called quaternions, tessarines, coquaternions, biquaternions, and octonions became established concepts

- many known isomorphic number systems (like e.g. split-complex numbers or tessarines), certain results from 16 dimensional (conic) sedenions were a novelty

- original vector algebras of the nineteenth century like quaternions, tessarines, or coquaternions, each of which has its own product. the vector algebras

- preceded cayley's matrix algebra; coquaternions (along with quaternions and tessarines) evoked the broader linear algebra. let q = w + xi + yj + zk, and consider

- example split-complex numbers or split-quaternions. it was the algebra of tessarines discovered by james ****le in 1848 that first provided hyperbolic versors

- substantial, but then one also finds other imaginary numbers such as the j of tessarines which has a square of +1. this idea first surfaced with the articles by

- s {\displaystyle \mathbb {s} } ), tessarines, coquaternions, and biquaternions. p-adic numbers: various number systems

- theory. in the nineteenth century number systems called quaternions, tessarines, coquaternions, biquaternions, and octonions became established concepts

- many known isomorphic number systems (like e.g. split-complex numbers or tessarines), certain results from 16 dimensional (conic) sedenions were a novelty