C authors

Authors with names starting with C

  1. F Cajori, A history of mathematics (New York, 1980).

  2. F Cajori, A history of elementary mathematics : with hints on methods of teaching (New York, 1917).

  3. F Cajori, A history of mathematical notations (Chicago, 1974).

  4. F Cajori, History of mathematics in the United States (Washington, D.C., 1890).

  5. F Cajori, The early mathematical sciences in North and South America (Boston, 1928).

  6. F Cajori, William Oughtred : a great seventeenth-century teacher of mathematics (Chicago, 1916).

  7. R S Calinger (ed.), Classics of mathematics (Oak Park, Ill., 1982).

  8. R Calinger, Vita mathematica : historical research and integration with teaching (Washington, D.C., 1996).

  9. P Campbell and L Grinstein, Women of mathematics (New York, 1987).

  10. D M Cannell, George Green : mathematician and physicist 1793-1841 : the background to his life and work (London, 1993).

  11. J T Cannon and S Dostrovsky, The evolution of dynamics : vibration theory from 1687 to 1742 (New York , 1981).

  12. M Cantor, Vorlesungen über Geschichte der Mathematik (Leipzig, 1880-1908).

  13. B E Carpenter and R W Doran (eds.), A.M. Turing's ACE report of 1946 and other papers (Cambridge, Mass., c1986).

  14. E Carruccio, Appunti di storia delle matematiche, della logica, della metamatematica (Bologna, 1977).

  15. E Carruccio, Mathematics and logic in history and in contemporary thought (Chicago, 1964).

  16. B A Case (ed.), A Century of mathematical meetings (Providence, R.I., 1996).

  17. M Castellet (ed.), El Desenvolupament de les matematiques al segle XIX (Barcelona, 1984).

  18. J Cavailles and S Ramirez, Metodo axiomatico y formalismo (Mexico, 1992).

  19. M Chamcowna, Jan Sniadecki (Krakow, 1963).

  20. R I Champagne, The role of five eighteenth-century French mathematicians in the development of the metric system (Ann Arbor, Mich., 1982).

  21. B Chandler and W Magnus, The history of combinatorial group theory: a case study in the history of ideas (New York, 1982).

  22. M Chasles, Apercu historique sur l'origine et le développement des méthodes en géomértie (Paris, 1889).

  23. M Chasles, Reprints from Comptes rendues des seances de l'Academie des Sciences, tome 65-72 (1867-1881).

  24. D P Chattopadhyaya et al., Mathematics, astronomy, and biology in Indian tradition : some conceptual preliminaries (New Delhi, 1995).

  25. S Chikara, S Mitsuo and J W Dauben (eds.), The intersection of history and mathematics (Basel, 1994).

  26. P R Christopher, Mathematics in Albania, The Mathematical intelligencer 19 (1) (1997), 28-36.

  27. M Clagett, Archimedes in the Middle Ages (Madison, 1964-80).

  28. E F Clark, George Parker Bidder : the calculating boy (Bedford, 1993).

  29. V Clayton, History of mathematics (Monash University, 1975).

  30. J J Cleary, Aristotle and mathematics : aporetic method in cosmology and metaphysics (Leiden, 1995).

  31. M P Closs (ed.), Native American mathematics (Austin, Tex., 1986).

  32. R S Cohen et al. (eds.), For Dirk Struik : Scientific, historical and political essays in honor of Dirk J Struik (Dordrecht, 1974).

  33. E Condon, Curiosities of mathematics (Girard, Kan., 1925).

  34. L Conti (ed.), La Matematizzazione dell'universo : momenti della cultura matematica tra '500 e '600 (Perugia, 1992).

  35. R Cooke, The mathematics of Sonya Kovalevskaya (New York, 1984).

  36. J L Coolidge, A history of geometrical methods (New York, 1963).

  37. J L Coolidge, History of the conic sections and quadric surfaces (Oxford, 1945).

  38. J L Coolidge, The mathematics of great amateurs (Oxford, 1990).

  39. L Corry, Modern algebra and the rise of mathematical structures (Basel, 1996).

  40. P Costabel et al., L'oeuvre scientifique de Pascal (Paris, 1964).

  41. S Couchard, Mathematiques egyptiennes : recherches sur les connaissances mathematiques de l'Egypte pharaonique (Paris, 1993).

  42. M J Crowe, A history of vector analysis : the evolution of the idea of a vectorial system (New York, 1995).

  43. W Cudworth, Life and correspondence of Abraham Sharp, the Yorkshire mathematician and astronomer, and assistant of Flamsteed : with memorials of his family, and associated families (London, 1889).

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