Functions and Analysis


Analytic Functions for Clifford Algebras

Authors: Hans Detlef Hüttenbach

Cauchy Theory is applied and extended to n-dimensional functions in Clifford algebras, showing the existence of integrals that do not exist in Euclidean spaces. It celebrates the depth of Cauchy's lecture, held on the 22nd of August, 1814, so 200 years ago, in times of bitter warfare. (I should like to recommend reading about his life, e.g. in Wikipedia.)

Comments: 9 Pages. Major Review + 2 misspellings corrected.

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