Re: [SI-LIST] : Complex Math examples?

Bob W Meyer ([email protected])
Wed, 9 Jun 1999 13:21:03 -0400

While not of exactly the same form (i.e., the "j" factor), there is much
complex math in physics, nuclear physics, astrophysics and cosmology. The
science of higher dimensions, relativity and quantum mechanics could not be
described without referring to "imaginary" orders.
Bob

Doug Brooks <[email protected]> on 06/09/99 12:09:56 PM

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Subject: [SI-LIST] : Complex Math examples?

Complex algebra, of the form
Z = R + jX
is of course a very important part of electronics, which is where my
background is.

I am curious in what other disciplines do we find complex math? There must
be many of them, but I have never come across any of them. I'd like to
build up a sort of list of several examples.

Can anyone help out?

Doug Brooks
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