Hello...I am having trouble understanding what gamma invariant is and was wondering if someone could help explain it to me.
My professor provides me notes and it says:
:confused: "A set x is said to be gamma invariant (where again gamma is a circle with center O) if the gamma inverse of each point on x is also on x." :confused:
This is just a really confusing definition for me and if anyone can explain it in plain ole' English I would be much obliged.
Thank you! :) :) :) :)
If you are talking about circular inversion (a type of Möbius transformation) in the complex plane, that's one thing...but if you're talking about gamma as an arbitrary function, that's another thing.
I think I understand it now...I was talking about invariance as it relates to circular inversion. A friend helped explain it to me but thank you for your reply! :D