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         English Mathematicians:     more books (100)
  1. Girolamo Cardano 1501-1576: Physician, Natural Philosopher, Mathematician, Astrologer, and Interpreter of Dreams by Markus Fierz, 1983-02
  2. A Biography Of Maria Gaetana Agnesi, An Eighteenth-Century Woman Mathematician: With Translations by Antonella Cupillari, 2008-04-30
  3. A Mathematician and His Mathematical Work: Selected Papers of S S Chern (World Scientific Series in 20th Century Mathematics) by Shiing-Shen Chern, 1996-06
  4. Of men and numbers: The story of the great mathematicians / by Jane Muir by Jane Muir, 1962
  5. Collected Papers (German, English and French Edition) by E. Artin, 1982-04-01
  6. Five Decades As a Mathematician and Educator: On the 80th Birthday of Professor Yung-Chow Wong
  7. E.E. Slutsky as Economist and Mathematician: Crossing the Limits of Knowledge (Routledge Studies in the History of Economics) by Vincent Barnett, 2011-05-26
  8. Nicolas Chuquet, Renaissance Mathematician by Graham Flegg, C. Hay, et all 1984-11-30
  9. Math Equals: Biographies of Women Mathematicians+Related Activities (Addison-Wesley Innovative Series) by Teri Perl, 1978-02
  10. The Greatest Mathematician: Archimedes and His Eureka! Moment (Great Minds of Ancient Science and Math) by Paul Hightower, 2009-09
  11. Oeuvres - Collected Papers: Volume 2: 1960 - 1971 (French and English Edition) by Jean-Pierre Serre, 2003-03-10
  12. Archimedes: Ancient Greek Mathematician (Great Names) by Susan Keating, 2002-10
  13. Oeuvres - Collected Papers: Volume 1: 1949 - 1959 (French and English Edition) by Jean-Pierre Serre, 2003-03-10
  14. The Apprenticeship of a Mathematician by Andre Weil, 2004-02-04

81. Links For Mathematicians
Links for mathematicians. Here is our small attempt to collect intoone place a number of links for mathematicians. Journals Journals
Links for mathematicians
Here is our small attempt to collect into one place a number of links for mathematicians.
Journals, on-line tutorials, books and courses
Institutions, Universities, Research Departments, Societies
Data bases, computer code libraries, software collection web pages
Miscelaneous (projects, format information, etc.)

82. Miscaleneous For Mathematicians
Miscalaneous links for mathematicians. This page serves mainly as mypersonal bookmark. Recreational mathematics web page Recreational
Miscalaneous links for mathematicians
This page serves mainly as my personal bookmark.
  • Recreational mathematics web page You can learn more about famous mathematicians from Encyclopedia Britanica on line Sloane's On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences. Herarchical Data Format (HDF) description. The MIME type standard for mathematica notebooks. 400 three-dimensional visualizations of various spherical harminics with data for your research and enjoyment. Example of reading and writing Portable Network Graphics bitmaps into Mathematica
  • Some graphics formats specifications TIFF revision 6 specification at Adob`s website: Status of "CopyleftedSoftware" Function gues projects Langford's Problem solution for n=19 Translator from DXF format to IGES format. An attempt at more precise content tags (HTML) , categorization of mathematical content for searching (in web documents) A tool for checking overclocked CPU AGV viewer restrictions Differences betweek workstation and server versions of NT The book "Modern Computer Algebra" by J. Gathen and J. Gerhard, with few examples.

83. Talk:Mathematician - Wikipedia
else who has some knowledge about the subject //Slovene mathematician Slovenianmathematicians// According to my knowledge of english language adjective
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Physicist page organizes people by the century they lived in. I find that helpful. Should we do it on our page also? AxelBoldt If we do this, then we should do it properly, arranging them by order of birth, rather than mixing alphabetical and chronological order as is done with the physicists. However, I'm not sure this is really better than an ordinary alphabetical listing. Ideally we should have both, but that's probably too difficult to maintain.
Zundark, 2001-08-11
Maybe at one point we will have a Mathematical timeline just like Computing timeline and that would take care of the chronological order. AxelBoldt

84. Fermat - The Place For Amateur Mathematicians
The place for Amateur mathematicians. Welcome! Welcome to Fermat, the place for Amateurmathematicians. Welcome to a site made by and for Mathematics lovers.
The place for Amateur Mathematicians
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Welcome to Fermat , the place for Amateur Mathematicians. Welcome to a site made by and for Mathematics lovers. Welcome to an on-line magazine where you may read and write articles about the most interesting topics in nowadays Mathematics. Fermat is intended to be a constantly changing site, issueing new articles every one or two months, so keep a bookmark to this page to be always up-to-date. However, Fermat is also intended to be a place for both learning and teaching, so remember it will only grow as long as you send articles. If you find yourself a little puzzled and/or want to know more about Fermat , link to Presentation . Otherwise, if you want to access this month's contents, click on This month's number . If you feel like having a look at other months' contents, list them in Old numbers . And if you think you may contribute to Fermat , rush on Call for Papers And if there is something else you want to express or know, Contact me
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85. About The Handbook Of Mathematical Discourse
It is an attempt to describe accurately the language actually used by englishspeakingmathematicians in the mathematical register as well as in other aspects

Charles Wells' Website
CWRU Mathematics Department Website
The Handbook of Mathematical Discourse
Version of the Handbook is now available for downloading. Purpose of the Handbook How to get it Description of the Handbook Links o Mathematics o Mathematical Education Discussion Groups Downloadable papers on Mathematics Education Other Sites
Purpose of the Handbook
[This story of the child at the dinner table is from Discrete Mathematics with Applications nd edition, by Susanna Epp.] Envision a child at the dinner table being told by a parent, "If you eat all your dinner you can have some ice cream". The child expects that
  • If she eats all her dinner she will get some ice cream. If she does not eat all her dinner she will not get any ice cream .
Then she becomes (much faster than the parents imagined) and goes to college, where she takes calculus and learns these things: If a function is differentiable, it is continuous.
The absolute value function is not differentiable at She is asked, "Is the absolute value function continuous everywhere?"
Naturally, she says

86. Currency Chaos
Three hundred years later the Bank of England is employing a consortium of englishmathematicians to bring disorder and CHAOS to the english currency.
In 1696 the famous mathematician and scholar Isaac Newton was employed by the English Mint (now the Bank of England) to bring order to the English currency. Three hundred years later the Bank of England is employing a consortium of English mathematicians to bring disorder and CHAOS to the English currency. If you take an Australian $5 note, hold it between your fingers, with the Queen facing you, and then lift the note to the light, in the top left-hand corner you will see a very faint image of the Australian emblem. It is a watermark that has been embedded in the note during manufacture. In the past, it has been difficult to forge watermarks, and so they have provided some protection against counterfeiting. However, this is no longer true as criminals can use sophisticated scanning devices coupled with powerful computers to create forged notes. To counter this the Bank of England are considering partially 'hiding' the watermark with a random set of dots. Minute microdots will be placed, apparently randomly, on top of the watermark, creating a mask to hide it. Sometimes, the mask is like a complex fractal and is generated through fractal modulation.

87. Panapress Official Website
07/01/2003 full text African, European mathematicians to set upresearch company. Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso (PANA) Some 100

88. KöMaL: English Issue, December 2002
Had he lived eight more years, he would have learned that several westernmathematicians showed keen interest in his life and significant work.
English Issue, December 2002
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On János Bolyai's Bicentennial
Elemér Kiss János Bolyai is one of the greatest figures of Hungarian and universal science. When mentioning his name, one always thinks of his inventive achievements in geometry. This is wholly legitimate, because with the creation of absolute geometry and non-Euclidean geometry in particular, he opened up a new chapter in the history of science. One can rightly assert that few inventions had so great an impact on the development of scientific world-view as that of Bolyai's geometrical invention. His only work published during his lifetime, The Absolutely True Science of Space, was enough to eternally inscribe his name in the history of mathematics. Until recently we used to think that we had a complete knowledge about his life-work. However, the research works of the last decade have shown that concerning the wide problematics of number theory and the question of solubility of algebraic equations Bolyai's works were in the front line of mathematical research, sometimes preceding by decades other great scientists' discoveries. János Bolyai's 26 pages long work The Absolutely True Science of Space

mathematics, biology and information science. An international course andmeeting place for mathematicians and ecologists. A museum of Niels
The centre shall offer courses, exhibitions and scientific activities, in cooperation with scholars, universities and district universities in Norway:
  • Post-experience courses and further education of teachers and scholars within mathematics, biology and information science. An international course and meeting place for mathematicians and ecologists A museum of Niels Henrik Abel, his scientific universe and achievement, and ethnomathematics. Exhibitions on basic research, philosophy and theory of science and history of Norwegian mathematicians and natural scientists Research and publishing within mathematics, biology and information science. An interactive information centre on ecology and environmental problems, and a media workshop with emphasize on humanities and human community

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91. Muslim Scientists And Islamic Civilization
Extensive information resource on Muslim contributions to science, mathematics, astronomy, and philosophy Category Society Religion and Spirituality Islam Science in Islam......MUSLIM SCIENTISTS AND ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION Scientific ContributionsBefore European Renaissance, 700 1500 CE. The material linked
Scientific Contributions Before European Renaissance, 700 - 1500 C.E. The material linked on this page may not be edited, rewritten, or published.
Islamic Civilization

Muslim History

Dhul-Qarnain and Ya'juj wa Ma'juj

Muslims in the Indian Subcontinent
The Glorious Qur'an: English Narration of its Meaning

Welcome to the web page on Muslim contribution to humanity and Islamic Civilization. This page is dedicated to those Muslims whose multi-disciplinary contributions sparked the light of learning and productivity and without whom the European Renaissance would not have begun and come to maturity. Their contributions are rarely mentioned in formal education, and if at all mentioned their names are Latinized or changed with the effect of obscuring their identity and origin, and their association with the Islamic Civilization.
Quotations from Famous Historians of Science
Translators of Scientific Knowledge in the Middle Ages Latinized and English Names of Arabic Origin Cities of Muslim Scientists, 700 TO 1500 C.E. ... Setting the Record Straight: Islamic Science O mankind! We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female and made you into nations and tribes that ye may know each other (not that ye may despise each other). Verily the most honored of you in the sight of Allah is (he who is) the most righteous of you. And

92. Mathematics At Balliol Introduction
century. However, it is known that some of the most prominent Englishmathematicians of the middle ages studied at Balliol. Until
Mathematics at Balliol College, Oxford
The importance of mathematics to the intellectual life at Balliol from the earliest days is witnessed by the fact that the College Library holds one of the earliest known Latin translations of Euclid's Elements , and that its earliest benefaction, in 1276, before it had even received its statutes, was a manuscript of Boethius' De Musica , then considered part of mathematics. Although the College was founded in 1263, systematic records of the students are available only from the late sixteenth century. However, it is known that some of the most prominent English mathematicians of the middle ages studied at Balliol. Until recently the numbers studying Mathematics at the College were relatively small, but they nonetheless included some distinguished names from each period. Balliol is not one of the colleges to which any of the older mathematics chairs is attached, and so did not simply gain association with these mathematicians by adoption: with the exception of Gregory and Nicholson (and possibly Swyneshed and Recorde) all the mathematicians whose biographies are listed below were students at the College.
Shortcuts to the biographical notes
For brief biographies of the mathematicians listed below follow the appropriate link. The lengths of these biographical notes bear little direct relationship to the importance of those described. In addition to the hyperlinks, more information about these and other Oxford mathematicians can be found in

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