Encyclopedia of the History of Arabic Science, Volume 2

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Psychology Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Science - 1105 pages
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During the early Middle Ages, European science declined, but scientific activity continued to grow in Arabic-speaking nations. Renaissance scientists were heavily dependent on Arabic research, with ... Read full review

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Contents

VOLUME
331
Algebra Roshdi Rushed
349
Combinatorial analysis numerical analysis Diophantine
376
lnfinitesimal determinations quadrature of lunules
418
Geometry Boris A Rosenfeld and Adolf P Youschkevitch
447
VOLUME 1
451
Trigonometry MarieTherese Debarnot
495
The influence of Arabic mathematics in the medieval West
539
Musical science JeanClaude Chabrier
581
Statics Mariam Rozhanskaya in collaboration with
614
Geometrical optics Roshdi Rashed
643
The emergence of physiological optics Gul A Russell
672
The Western reception of Arabic optics David C Lindberg
716
The influence of Arabic astronomy in the medieval West
730
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