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March 2005 Integral formulas for hypermonogenic functions
Sirkka-Liisa Eriksson
Bull. Belg. Math. Soc. Simon Stevin 11(5): 705-718 (March 2005). DOI: 10.36045/bbms/1110205628

Abstract

Let $C\ell_{n}$ be the (universal) Clifford algebragenerated by $e_{1},...,e_{n}$ satisfying $e_{i}e_{j}+e_{j}e_{i}=-2\delta_{ij}$,$i,j=1,...,n$. The Dirac operator in $C\ell_{n}$ is defined by$D=\sum_{i=0}^{n}e_{i}\frac{\partial}{\partial x_{i}}$, where $e_{0}=1$. Themodified Dirac operator is introduced for $k\in\mathbb{R}$ by$M_{k}f=Df+k\frac{Q^{\prime}f}{x_{n}}$, where $^{\prime}$ is the main involutionand $Qf$ is given by the decomposition $f\left( x\right) =Pf\left( x\right) +Qf\left( x\right) e_{n}$ with $Pf\left( x\right) ,Qf\left( x\right) \inC\ell_{n-1}$. A continuously differentiable function$f:\Omega\rightarrow C\ell_{n}$ is called $k$-hypermonogenic in anopen subset $\Omega$ of $\mathbb{R}^{n+1}$, if $M_{k}f\left( x\right) =0$outside the hyperplane $x_{n}=0$. Note that $0$-hypermonogenic functions aremonogenic and $n-1$-hypermonogenic functions are hypermonogenic defined by theauthor and H. Leutwiler in [10]. The power function $x^{m}$ ishypermonogenic. We prove integral formulas of hypermogenic functions.

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Sirkka-Liisa Eriksson. "Integral formulas for hypermonogenic functions." Bull. Belg. Math. Soc. Simon Stevin 11 (5) 705 - 718, March 2005. https://doi.org/10.36045/bbms/1110205628

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Published: March 2005
First available in Project Euclid: 7 March 2005

zbMATH: 1071.30047
MathSciNet: MR2130634
Digital Object Identifier: 10.36045/bbms/1110205628

Subjects:
Primary: 30G35‎
Secondary: 30A05, 30F45

Rights: Copyright © 2005 The Belgian Mathematical Society

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