We investigate nonsingular hypercubes, and prove several results, stating a condition for a hypercube to be the product of hypercubes of smaller dimensions. There is a shortage of higher dimensional nonsingular hypercubes in the literature. However, we show that the product of two nonsingular hypercubes is always nonsingular. Then we show how to construct four-dimensional nonsingular hypercubes that are not the products of two three-dimensional hypercubes. It is noted that higher dimensional nonsingular hypercubes, that are not products of smaller ones, correspond to many semifields.
- Associative law
- Inner product