complex plane

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complex plane

n.
A plane whose points have complex numbers as their coordinates.
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com′plex plane′



n.
a plane the points of which are complex numbers.
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Besides, trajectories of the quantities in complex Gauss plane denote themselves by six-side symmetry, thus the steady-state quantities can be calculated in only one sixth of time period.
Based on above mentioned equation (23)-(35) the following simulations in Gauss plane and in time-domain have been programmed in Matlab programming environment.