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- in abstract algebra, a tessarine or bicomplex number is a hypercomplex number in a commutative, ****ociative algebra over real numbers with two imaginary
- 1892 corrado segre recalled the tessarine algebra as bicomplex numbers. naturally the subalgebra of real tessarines arose and came to be called the bireal
- 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
- numbers. in the nineteenth century number systems called quaternions, tessarines, coquaternions, biquaternions, and octonions became established concepts
- 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
- example split-complex numbers or split-quaternions. it was the algebra of tessarines discovered by james ****le in 1848 that first provided hyperbolic versors
- many known isomorphic number systems (like e.g. split-complex numbers or tessarines), certain results from 16 dimensional (conic) sedenions were a novelty