Sat, 20 Mar 1999 14:13:57 -0800
Complex functions are very geometric.
But what is probably more important than understanding
hyperbolic geometry is understanding Euler's equation
as connecting space and parametric (periodic) time.
As the space is quantized then too must be the time periods.
I think the Fourier transform just drops out in your lap
at that point along with HUP.
But it's good to hear your questions more simply put.
You cannot do machine code programming with a high level
Everything has to begin with a simple statement of what
you want: "Liberty and Justice for All.", and then the laws
can be brought in with all its jargon to clutter it all up
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