In a previous article, I began exploring concepts for a conformal geometry in complex dimensional spaces. One assumption that was not considered was making the space analytic.

Analytic spaces are those for which the complex dimensional derivatives are independent of internal angle of the complex dimension. Because complex numbers act as planes (2-d spaces), we want our derivatives to be the same regardless of the angle in which we approach with our limits. The end result of this restriction are the Cauchy-Reimann equations.

There are several ways to think about the result of these equations, but the way we will…

Jason Blood

Theoretical Physicist, Entrepreneur

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