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Boundary Number Systems  
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These three pieces introduce different types of boundarybased numbers, using text and diagrams rather than animation.
The James Imaginary shows that the imaginary number i can be decomposed (!) into a new imaginary with a phase of two rather than four. 

boundary math  
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circle numbers  
graph numbers  


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Boundary Number Systems I compiled a rather thorough monograph on boundary number forms. Each chapter (except the introduction) is standalone. The James imaginary is treated extensively; James numbers follow Jeff James Masters thesis. Bricken graph numbers replicates the first piece above. 
