Poster Of Hudde Johann Hudde. lived from 1628 to 1704. Johann Hudde worked on maximaand minima and the theory of equations. He gave an ingenious http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Posters2/Hudde.html
Johann Hudde Johann Hudde (1629 1704) Político estrategista, matemático e pesquisador holandês que serviu durante cerca de trinta anos como burgomestre de Amsterdã. Antes de se tornar burgomestre deu grandes contribuições à geometria analítica e à http://www.sobiografias.hpg.com.br/JohaHude.html
Hudde Johann van Waveren Hudde. Born 23 April 1628 Johann Hudde attendedthe University of Leiden to study law. However he was introduced http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Hudde.html
Extractions: Johann Hudde attended the University of Leiden to study law. However he was introduced to mathematics at Leiden by his teacher van Schooten . From 1654 until 1663 he worked on mathematics as part of van Schooten geometry research group at Leiden. From 1663 he worked in various roles for the Amsterdam City Council. He served for 30 years as burgomaster of Amsterdam being first appointed in 1672. All of Hudde's mathematics was done before he began to work for the city council in 1663. Van Schooten edited and published a second two-volume translation of Descartes 's (1659-1661) which contained appendices by de Witt , Hudde and van Heuraet Hudde worked on maxima and minima and the theory of equations. Hudde gave an ingenious method to find multiple roots of an equation which is essentially the modern method of finding the highest common factor of a polynomial and its derivative. He was the first to treat the coefficients in algebra without considering whether they were positive or negative in De reductione aequationum.
Virtual Encyclopedia Of Mathematics hooke robert hopf heinz hopkins william hopper grace brewster murray horner williamgeorge hoüel guillaume jules hudde johann van waveren humbert georges http://www.lacim.uqam.ca/~plouffe/Simon/supermath.html
Hudde Johann van Waveren Hudde Born April 23, 1628 in the Netherlands DiedApril 15, 1704 in the Netherlands Hudde originally intended http://cynthia.mccready.students.noctrl.edu/hudde.htm
Hudde, Jan Karlheinz Haas, "Die mathematischen Arbeiten von johann hudde (16281704) Bürgermeister von Amsterdam " Centaurus, 4 http://es.rice.edu/ES/humsoc/Galileo/Catalog/Files/hudde.html
Extractions: Hudde, Jan Note: the creators of the Galileo Project and this catalogue cannot answer email on genealogical questions. 1. Dates Born: Amsterdam, April or May 1628. He was baptized on 23 May. Died: Amsterdam, 15 April 1704 Dateinfo: Dates Certain Lifespan: 2. Father Occupation: Merchant, Aristocrat Gerrit Hudde, a merchant and patrician. Considering Hudde's career, the father must have been affluent at the very least, and Hudde must have inherited an adequate estate. 3. Nationality Birth: Dutch Career: Dutch Death: Dutch 4. Education Schooling: Leiden He studied law in Leiden about 1648. Here he met mathe- matics through Schooten. There is no mention of a degree. 5. Religion Affiliation: Calvinist by assumption 6. Scientific Disciplines Primary: Mathematics Subordinate: Optics His contribution to mathematics came entirely during the years 1654-63. There is no evidence that he did any further work in mathematics after 1663. He was also interested in optics. He produced microscopes with spherical lenses and worked with Spinoza on the construction of telescopic lenses. His correspondence with Spinoza indicates that he composed a Dioptrica. 7. Means of Support
Hudde Biography of johann hudde (16281704) johann hudde attended the University of Leiden to study law. http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Hudde.html
Extractions: Johann Hudde attended the University of Leiden to study law. However he was introduced to mathematics at Leiden by his teacher van Schooten . From 1654 until 1663 he worked on mathematics as part of van Schooten geometry research group at Leiden. From 1663 he worked in various roles for the Amsterdam City Council. He served for 30 years as burgomaster of Amsterdam being first appointed in 1672. All of Hudde's mathematics was done before he began to work for the city council in 1663. Van Schooten edited and published a second two-volume translation of Descartes 's (1659-1661) which contained appendices by de Witt , Hudde and van Heuraet Hudde worked on maxima and minima and the theory of equations. Hudde gave an ingenious method to find multiple roots of an equation which is essentially the modern method of finding the highest common factor of a polynomial and its derivative. He was the first to treat the coefficients in algebra without considering whether they were positive or negative in De reductione aequationum.
Hudde, Johann Van Waveren hudde, Johan van Waveren (16331704) Dutch mathematican hudde learnedmathematics at Leiden and studied methods to find maxima and minima. http://occawlonline.pearsoned.com/bookbind/pubbooks/thomas_awl/chapter1/medialib
Extractions: Hudde, Johan van Waveren (16331704) Dutch mathematican Hudde learned mathematics at Leiden and studied methods to find maxima and minima. He also developed fundamental results in the theory of equations. He investigated the phenomenon of multiple roots of a polynomial and developed calculus -like procedures for finding these properties. Hudde applied his mathematics to optics. Leibniz used Hudde's papers to help understand concepts that he later developed into calculus. After working in mathematics for a number of years, Hudde became mayor of Amsterdam.
References For Hudde References for the biography of johann hudde References for johann hudde. Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 19701990). http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/References/Hudde.html
Extractions: A K Charadze, On a modification of the method of Hudde and the formula of Cardano (Russian), Bull. Acad. Sci. Georgian SSR A W Grootendorst, Johan Hudde's 'Epistola secunda de maximis et minimis'. Text, translation, commentary (Dutch), Nieuw Arch. Wisk. K Haas, Die mathematischen Arbeiten von Johann Hudde, Centaurus J MacLean, The literary remains of Johannes Hudde (Dutch), Sci. Hist. R Vermij and E Atzema, Specilla circularia : an unknown work by Johannes Hudde, Studia Leibnitiana Main index Birthplace Maps Biographies Index
Derivatives and related calculus phenomena, and he derived his fluxions from huddes versionof Much of this work was actually due to johann Bernoulli (16671748) and http://occawlonline.pearsoned.com/bookbind/pubbooks/thomas_awl/chapter1/medialib
Extractions: History of the Derivative The derivative has two basic facets, the geometric and the computational. In addition, the applications of the derivative are manifold: the derivative plays many important roles in mathematics itself; it has uses in physics, chemistry, engineering, technology, sciences, economics, and much more, and new applications are devised every day. The origin of the derivative resides in the classical geometric tangent problems, e.g., to determine a straight line that intersects a given curve in only one given point. Euclid (ca. 300 B.C. ) proved the familiar high school geometry theorem to the effect that the line tangent to a circle at any point P is perpendicular to the radius at P Archimedes B.C. ) had a procedure for finding the tangent to his spiral. And Apollonius (ca. 262190 B.C. ) described methods, all somewhat different, for determining tangents to parabolas, ellipses, and hyperbolas. But these were just geometric problems that were studied for their own very limited interests; the ancient Greeks did not perceive any common thread or other value to these theorems. Problems of motion and velocity, also basic to our understanding of the derivative today, also originated with the ancient Greeks, although these questions were originally treated more philosophically than mathematically. The four paradoxes of Zeno (ca. 450
Hudde Portraits Portraits of johann hudde johann hudde. JOC/EFR August 2001 http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/history/PictDisplay/Hudde.html
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Re: [HM] Hudde By Antreas P. Hatzipolakis And Avinoam Mann remarked According to Boyer's HoM, johann hudde (16291704) was for about thirty All of this http://mathforum.com/epigone/historia_matematica/swangjangdeh/v01540B01630B6E9B4
Picard, Jean He corresponded directly or indirectly with Erasmus Bartholin, Johan Blaeu, MartinFogel, Michel Antoine Hacki, johann Hevelius, Jan hudde, Lodewijk Huygens http://es.rice.edu/ES/humsoc/Galileo/Catalog/Files/picard.html
Extractions: Picard, Jean Note: the creators of the Galileo Project and this catalogue cannot answer email on genealogical questions. 1. Dates Born: La Flèche, 21 July 1620 Died: Paris, 12 October 1682 Dateinfo: Dates Certain Lifespan: 2. Father Occupation: Pub Picard's father was almost certainly Jean Picard, a bookseller in La Flèche; possibly I should consider him a small merchant in a provincial town, but I am listing everyone connected with the book trade under "Pub." Nothing is known of Picard's youth. No information on financial status. 3. Nationality Birth: French Career: French Death: French 4. Education Schooling: Paris, M.A. Picard probably did his early studies at the Jesuit college at La Flèche. Considerably later he earned an M.A. from Paris is 1650. As usual, I assume a B.A. There is no indication of what he did between La Flèche and his studies in Paris, a period of about twelve years. 5. Religion Affiliation: Catholic Picard was ordained a priest in 1650. He held at least four benefices. 6. Scientific Disciplines
Mathematicians In Richard S. Westfall's Archive Hobbes, Thomas. Hooke, Robert. hudde, johann. Huygens, Christiaan. Jones, William http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/External/Westfall_list.html
Poster Of Hudde was born 375 years ago 23rd April 1628 johann hudde worked on maxima and minima and the theory of equations. He gave an ingenious method to find multiple roots of an equation. Find out more at http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/Posters/423.html
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