Complex Base Systems
In arithmetic, a complex base system is a positional numeral system whose radix is an imaginary (proposed by Donald Knuth in 1955) or complex number (proposed by S. Khmelnik in 1964 and Walter F. Penney in 1965).
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... Of particular interest, the quater-imaginary base (base 2i) and base -1±i systems discussed below can be used to finitely represent the Gaussian ... Base −1±i, using digits 0 and 1, was proposed by S ... a set of complex (non-integer) numbers that share the integer part of their representation in this system – has a fractal shape, the twindragon ...
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