RE: Complex conjugate
I agree that a case could be made for inclusion of a conjugate.
Furthermore, such inclusion is not a major piece of
I will defer to Patrick for comments on the review/editorial
issues, but once again, thanks for the feedback.
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> From: Russell Steven Shawn O'Connor
> Sent: Friday, March 13, 1998 10:37 PM
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> Subject: Complex conjugate
> It would be a shame if the complex conjugate operation did not make it
> into MathML. Although it may be getting close to the boundary of the
> of mathematics that MathML wants to represent, I think it is still
> the level. It is certainly no more sophisticated than partial
> One usage that immediately comes to mind is in quantum mechanics where
> the probability function is defined as:
> <declare type="fn">
> Russell O'Connor email@example.com
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