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A new proposal to the extension of complex numbers.

  title={A new proposal to the extension of complex numbers.},
  author={Israel A. Gonz'alez Medina},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
We propose the extension of the complex numbers to be the new domain where new concepts, like negative and imaginary probabilities, can be defined. The unit of the new space is defined as the solution of the unsolvable equation in the complex domain: $|z|^2= z^* z = i$. The existence of the unsolvable equation in a closed domain as complex's lead to the definition of a new type of multiplication, for not violate the fundamental theorem of algebra. The definition of the new space also requests… 

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