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Recently several generalizations to higher dimension of the Fourier transform using Clifford algebra have been introduced, including the Clifford-Fourier transform by the authors, defined as an operator exponential with a Clifford algebra-valued kernel. In this paper an overview is given of all these generalizations and an in depth study of the(More)
During the last fifty years, Clifford analysis has gradually developed to a comprehensive theory offering a direct, elegant, and powerful generalization to higher dimension of the theory of holomorphic functions in the complex plane. In its most simple but still useful setting, flat m-dimensional Euclidean space, Clifford analysis focusses on the so-called(More)
We consider Hölder continuous circulant 2 × 2 matrix functions G2 defined on the AhlforsDavid regular boundary Γ of a domain Ω in R2n. The main goal is to study under which conditions such a function G2 can be decomposed as G 1 2 G 1 2 − G2 , where the components G2 ± are extendable to two-sided H-monogenic functions in the interior and the exterior of Ω,(More)
Clifford analysis offers a higher dimensional function theory studying the null solutions of the rotation invariant, vector valued, first order Dirac operator ∂. In the more recent branch Hermitean Clifford analysis, this rotational invariance has been broken by introducing a complex structure J on Euclidean space and a corresponding second Dirac operator(More)
Euclidean Clifford analysis is a higher dimensional function theory studying so–called monogenic functions, i.e. null solutions of the rotation invariant, vector valued, first order Dirac operator ∂. In the more recent branch Hermitean Clifford analysis, this rotational invariance has been broken by introducing a complex structure J on Euclidean space and a(More)
In this contribution we construct an orthogonal basis of Hermitean monogenic polynomials for the specific case of two complex variables. The approach combines group representation theory, see [5], with a Fischer decomposition for the kernels of each of the considered Dirac operators, see [4], and a Cauchy-Kovalevskaya extension principle, see [3].
In this paper we devise a so-called cylindrical Fourier transform within the Clifford analysis context. The idea is the following: for a fixed vector in the image space the level surfaces of the traditional Fourier kernel are planes perpendicular to that fixed vector. For this Fourier kernel we now substitute a new Clifford-Fourier kernel such that, again(More)