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To Simplify, or Not To Simplify? A Lesson from Medieval Iraq: References

Author(s): 
Valerio De Angelis (Xavier University of Louisiana) and Jeffrey A. Oaks (University of Indianapolis)

[1] Nader El-Bizri and Godefroid de Callataÿ (eds). Epistles of the Brethren of Purity: On Composition and the Arts, Epistles 6-8, Oxford University Press, 2018.

[2] Ibn al-Bannāʾ. Talkhīṣ aʿmāl al-ḥisāb. Texte établi, annoté et traduit par Mohamed Souissi. Tunis: Université de Tunis, 1969.

[3] Bo Göran Johansson. Cube root extraction in medieval mathematics. Historia Mathematica 38 (2011), 338-367.

[4] A. S. Saidan. Tārīkh ʿilm al-jabr fī l-ʿālam al-ʿArabī (History of Algebra in Medieval Islam), 2 vols. Kuwait: Al-Majlis al-Waṭanī lil-Thaqāfah wa’l-Funūn wa’l-Adāb, Qism al-Turāth al-ʿArabī, 1986.

 

Valerio De Angelis (Xavier University of Louisiana) and Jeffrey A. Oaks (University of Indianapolis), "To Simplify, or Not To Simplify? A Lesson from Medieval Iraq: References," Convergence (August 2019)

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