Slice monogenic functions
Clifford algebras will be the setting in which we will work throughout this book. They were introduced under the name of geometric algebras by Clifford in 1878. Since then, several people have extensively studied them and nowadays there are, in the literature, several possible ways to introduce Clifford algebras: for example one can use exterior algebras, or present them as a quotient of a tensor algebra or by means of a universal property (see , , , or  for a survey on the various possible definitions). In this book, we will adopt an equivalent but more direct approach, using generators and relations.
KeywordsPower Series Holomorphic Function Real Axis Jordan Curve Representation Formula
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