The Foundations of Geometry

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The geometric calculus was used in the article "On multiplicative complex integral" by Agamirza E. QDs have parameters superior to quantum well (QW) analogues because of a long electron lifetime in excited states, but combinations of both low-dimensional quantum structures may have additional advantages. In this paper, the well-known Newton minimization method for one and two variables is developed in the framework of [geometric] and [bigeometric] calculi.

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