# Difference between revisions of "Hilger circle"

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## Latest revision as of 00:49, 30 May 2017

Let $h>0$. The Hilger imaginary circle is defined by $$\mathbb{I}_h = \left\{ z \in \mathbb{C}_h \colon \left| z + \dfrac{1}{h} \right| = \dfrac{1}{h} \right\},$$ where $\mathbb{C}_h$ denotes the Hilger complex plane.

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- Robert J. Marks II, Ian A. Gravagne and John M. Davis:
*A generalized Fourier transform and convolution on time scales*(2008)... (previous)... (next): Definition $2.2$