11 edition of The rise and development of the theory of series up to the early 1820s found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 363-382) and index.
|Series||Sources and studies in the history of mathematics and physical sciences|
|LC Classifications||QA295 .F474 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 389 p. :|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||2007939827|
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The Rise and Development of the Theory of Series up to the Early s (Sources and Studies in the History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences) th Edition byCited by: The Rise and Development of the Theory of Series up to the Early s Giovanni Ferraro (auth.) The theory of series in the 17th and 18th centuries poses several interesting problems to historians.
Most of the results derived from this time were derived using methods which would be found unacceptable today, and as a result, when one looks back to the theory of series prior to Cauchy without reconstructing internal motivations and the conceptual background, it appears as a corpus of manipulative techniques lacking in rigor whose results seem to be the puzzling fruit of the mind of a.
In short, the myriad of working practices applied to infinite series from the time of Archimedes to the era of Newton and Leibniz is described in this book as the ‘formal-quantitative theory of series’, which seems to be the author’s terminology for.
The Rise and Development of the Theory of Series up to the Early s Giovanni Ferraro Springer Science & Business Media, - Mathematics - pages.
Rise and Development of the Theory of Series up to the Early s Sources and Studies in the History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences Editorial Board L. Berggren J.Z. Buchwald J. The rise and development of the theory of series up to the early s.
By Giovanni Ferraro. Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Topics: Mathematical Physics and Mathematics. Publisher: Springer. Year: Author: Giovanni Ferraro. Giovanni Ferraro, The Rise and Development of the Theory of Series up to the Early s, Springer, New York () ISBN xvi+ pp.
Author: Edward Sandifer. There two reasons that have led me to write this book. The first reason is that there is a lack of a work which systematically describes the theory of series from around to tCited by: Ferraro S.
- The rise and development of the theory of series up to the early s ( Springer).pdf код для вставки. The manuscript gives a coherent and detailed account of the theory of series in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
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