On Wednesday, October 16, 2013 8:55:30 PM UTC-7, Spac...@hotmail.com wrote: > wht is a canonical basis for vase-infinity
Heh, what is a canonical basis for base-infinity, that is a good question, Spaceman, think about R^N what is that.
Thanks C. Bau for establishing the enjoyment of replying to your condition from here weeks ago, instead of today.
Here to be a basis it establishes a space and a vector space. Then, imagine any of the cartesian products of R as linear and space-like where we have time-like and light-like dimensions in mathematics. They can all be put in space-like components as separated. Still, in their relevant dimensions then the number fields themselves have for example the infinite roots of unity and the corresponding translation to polar in coordinated and coordinate-free forms. The time like dimension is usually reversible with constant forces. Here mathematically the time-like dimension then is isotropic and anisotropic, with constant laws and usual expectations. This is time-like from physics where time as a mathematical quantity is of the space quantities, as bases of the vector space.
Then the canonical basis for base_1 is e_1, for base_2 is e_2, the canonical basis is the canonical vector basis.