On k-conjugate of Quaternions

Serpil Halıcı, Şule Çürük

Abstract


In this paper, we investigate some special involutions of the quaternions these are functions of a quaternion variable that are self-inverse. We consider the conjugate of quaternion matrices by the aid of involutions. Moreover, using by the representation matrix we give some matrix identities.


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