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Infinite-dimensional bicomplex Hilbert spaces. (English) Zbl 1216.46023
Summary: This paper begins the study of infinite-dimensional modules defined on bicomplex numbers. It generalizes a number of results obtained with finite-dimensional bicomplex modules. The central concept introduced is the one of a bicomplex Hilbert space. Properties of such spaces are obtained through properties of several of their subsets which have the structure of genuine Hilbert spaces. In particular, we derive the Riesz representation theorem for bicomplex continuous linear functionals and a general version of the bicomplex Schwarz inequality. Applications to concepts relevant to quantum mechanics, specifically the bicomplex analogue of the quantum harmonic oscillator, are pointed out.

46C50Generalizations of inner products
46C05Hilbert and pre-Hilbert spaces: geometry and topology
16D10General module theory (associative rings and algebras)
30G35Functions of hypercomplex variables and generalized variables
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