An introduction to problems in bicomplex analysis

Start: 09/08/2010 - 4:15pm
End  : 09/08/2010 - 5:15pm


Dana Clahane Fullerton College


The bicomplex numbers are a generalization of the complex numbers and differ from the standard product of the complex plane with itself in that the product that is usually defined on them can be zero even though the factors are not. Despite this apparent complication, a theory surprisingly parallel to the single-variable complex analysis has emerged. We will point out some of these developments and possible areas for future study.

Millikan 134, Pomona College

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Millikan 134, Pomona College
Refreshments served at 3:45 p.m.
Harry Mullikin Room, Millikan 209

The dinner will be hosted by Prof. Sam Nelson If interested in attending, call ext. 78979

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