Hi, there!

I have been looking for the number of the dimensions of the hyper- and interdimensional spaces of the Multiverse for long years. This is why my last thread about the Taylor series of i[x] is. I guess the next step is to create analytic matrices in where between two value there is another one. Because we can check the existence of the hyper- and interdimensional spaces by matrix-multiplication, cannot we?

Here is an example:

Let

F = [ f(x,y) ]

and

G = [ g(x,y) ]

be so-called functional or analytic matrices. My question is that what are

F*G, F^n, F^-1, |F| (determinant) ?

I suppose that F+G = [ f(x,y)+g(x,y) ]

I think this way leads us to the solutuion of the dimension-question.

Any idea?

I have been looking for the number of the dimensions of the hyper- and interdimensional spaces of the Multiverse for long years. This is why my last thread about the Taylor series of i[x] is. I guess the next step is to create analytic matrices in where between two value there is another one. Because we can check the existence of the hyper- and interdimensional spaces by matrix-multiplication, cannot we?

Here is an example:

Let

F = [ f(x,y) ]

and

G = [ g(x,y) ]

be so-called functional or analytic matrices. My question is that what are

F*G, F^n, F^-1, |F| (determinant) ?

I suppose that F+G = [ f(x,y)+g(x,y) ]

I think this way leads us to the solutuion of the dimension-question.

Any idea?

Xorter Unizo