**An Introduction to Hyperbolic Analysis**

by Andrei Khrennikov, Gavriel Segre

**Publisher**: arXiv 2005**Number of pages**: 42

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Contents: The hyperbolic algebra as a bidimensional Clifford algebra; Limits and series in the hyperbolic plane; The hyperbolic Euler formula; Analytic functions in the hyperbolic plane; Multivalued functions on the hyperbolic plane and hyperbolic Riemann surfaces; Physical application to the vibrating string; Hyperbolic Analysis as the (1,0)-case of Clifford Analysis.

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