Theory of Holors: A Generalization of Tensors

Theory of Holors: A Generalization of Tensors By Parry Hiram Moon, Domina Eberle Spencer
Publisher: C U P 1986 | 416 Pages | ISBN: 0521019001 , 0521245850 | DJVU | 2 mb

The word holor is a term coined by the authors to describe a mathematical entity that is made up of one or more independent quantities, and includes complex numbers, scalars, vectors, matrices, tensors, quaternions, and other hypernumbers. Holors, thus defined, have been known for centuries but each has been developed more or less independently, accompanied by separate nomenclature and theory. This book demonstrates how these complicated subjects can be made simple by using a single notation that applies to all holors, both tensor and nontensor. The authors consider all possible types of holors and develop holor algebra and holor calculus in the most general sense. Thus the reader will learn to develop a new holor that fits the application, rather than forcing an application onto a holor representation that is known but that does not perfectly describe the application. The discussion includes nontensors having Follow Rules!

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