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- in mathematics , a tessarine is a hypercomplex number of the form: t w + x i + y j + z k, \quad w, x, y, z \in \mathbb r. where i j j i k, \

- in 1892 corrado segre recalled the tessarine algebra as bicomplex numbers naturally the subalgebra of real tessarines arose and came to

- in the nineteenth century number system s called quaternion s, tessarine s, coquaternion s, biquaternion s, and octonion s became

- original vector algebras of the nineteenth century like quaternion s, tessarine s, or coquaternion s, each of which has its own product .

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

- it was the algebra of tessarines discovered by james ****le in 1848 that first provided hyperbolic versors. the tessarines included the

- the use of split-complex numbers dates back to 1848 when james ****le revealed his tessarine s. william kingdon clifford used split-

- the complexification of the split-complex number s is the tessarine s. complex conjugation : the complexified vector space v c has more

- for instance he invented the number systems of tessarine s and coquaternion s, and worked with arthur cayley (1821–1895) on the theory of

- imaginary number became more substantial, but then one also finds other imaginary numbers such as the j of tessarine s which has a square of +1.

- in 1892 corrado segre recalled the tessarine algebra as bicomplex numbers naturally the subalgebra of real tessarines arose and came to

- in the nineteenth century number system s called quaternion s, tessarine s, coquaternion s, biquaternion s, and octonion s became

- original vector algebras of the nineteenth century like quaternion s, tessarine s, or coquaternion s, each of which has its own product .

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

- it was the algebra of tessarines discovered by james ****le in 1848 that first provided hyperbolic versors. the tessarines included the

- the use of split-complex numbers dates back to 1848 when james ****le revealed his tessarine s. william kingdon clifford used split-

- the complexification of the split-complex number s is the tessarine s. complex conjugation : the complexified vector space v c has more

- for instance he invented the number systems of tessarine s and coquaternion s, and worked with arthur cayley (1821–1895) on the theory of

- imaginary number became more substantial, but then one also finds other imaginary numbers such as the j of tessarine s which has a square of +1.