Several integrals of quaternionic field on hyperbolic matrix space

Some integrals of matrix spaces over a quaternionic field have been calculated in this work. The associated volume of hyperbolic matrix spaces over a quaternionic field has also been calculated by making use of these integrals, and it is of great significance in calculating related kernel functions of these spaces.

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