hypercomplex

hypercomplex

(ˌhaɪpəˈkɒmplɛks)
adj
(Mathematics) maths extremely complex
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35] defined rough neutrosophic hypercomplex set and rough neutrosophic hyper-complex cosine function and proved some of their basic properties.
The quaternions mathematics, or hypercomplex mathematics, were discovered by Hamilton in 1843 [20, 21].
Complex and Hypercomplex Analytic Signals: Theory and Applications
8], embeds watermark bits in the hypercomplex domain using the quaternion Fourier transform (QFT) coefficients.
The state, so its argument runs, simply disguises itself in the hypercomplex, industrial setup of civilization.
The squares (inner products) of seven of the hypercomplex basis elements of split octonions give the unit element with the different signs,
Olariu [14] introduced the concept of hypercomplex number and studied some of its properties.
2006); (ii) alterations in cortical receptive fields of single cells and hypercomplex selective visual spatial orientation (Medina, Krahe, & Ramoa, 2005); and (iii) alterations in visual processing of chromatic and achromatic stimuli (Castro et al.
2] propose an approach based on two parallel controllers derived in quaternion algebra; a PD (proportional and derivative) feedback controller and a feedforward controller implemented by means of a hypercomplex multilayer perceptron neural network.
Perceptual hashing of color images using hypercomplex representations, International Conference on Image Processing, pp: 4402-4406.
The practice of motor activities has benefits on the entire body, as a hypercomplex bio-psycho-sociocultural system (Neacsu, 2010).
M Snopek, "The unified theory of n-dimensional complex and hypercomplex analytic signals", Bull.