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By Swanhild Bernstein, Uwe Kähler, Irene Sabadini, Franciscus Sommen

This booklet features a collection of papers provided on the consultation "Quaternionic and Clifford research" on the tenth ISAAC Congress held in Macau in August 2015. The lined subject matters characterize the cutting-edge in addition to new traits in hypercomplex research and its applications.

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In fact, in the recent PhD-thesis by L. Shuang (cf. [31]) a comparison between the AFD (Adaptive Fourier Decomposition)-method and Basis Pursuit where made showing that there are indeed situations where a Basis Pursuit has an advantage. The mathematical justification for the applicability of Basis Pursuit was given only by an asymptotic analysis and, therefore, is only valid for large scale matrices. Here, we will use a compressed sensing approach to the reconstruction of a given signal in terms of Takenaka–Malmquist systems.

The principles outlined in the last two sections are valid and the results available in a number of contexts for several real and complex variables, and with functions valued in vectors and matrices. We give a brief introduction to this circle of ideas in the following sections. 28 L. -X. Mai and T. Qian 4. Quaternionic and Clifford contexts for functions of several real variables Denote by Q the quaternion algebra, and by Am the Clifford algebra of linear dimension 2m . The analogues of AFD have been formulated for Hardy spaces in the setting of Q and of Am in [36] [42], respectively.

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