References for: Overview of Chinese mathematics

Books:
  1. D Bodde, Chinese Thought, Society and Science : The Intellectual and Social Background of Science and Technology in Pre-Modern China (Honolulu, 1991).
  2. R Calinger, A contextual history of mathematics (New York, 1999).
  3. C Cullen, Astronomy and Mathematics in Ancient China (Cambridge, 1996).
  4. P Y Ho, Li, Qi and Shu : An Introduction to Science and Civilization in China (Hong Kong, 1985).
  5. L Y Lam and T S Ang, Fleeting footsteps : Tracing the conception of arithmetic and algebra in ancient China (River Edge, NJ, 1992).
  6. U Libbrecht. Chinese mathematics in the thirteenth century (Cambridge, Mass., 1973).
  7. Y Li, Materials for the Study of the History of Ancient Chinese Mathematics (Chinese) (Shanghai, 1963).
  8. Y Li and S R Du, Chinese mathematics (New York, 1987).
  9. J-C Martzloff, A history of Chinese mathematics (Berlin-Heidelberg, 1997).
  10. J-C Martzloff, Histoire des mathématiques chinoises (Paris, 1987).
  11. Y Mikami, The Development of Mathematics in China and Japa (New York, 1974).
  12. S Nakayama. Chinese science : explorations of an ancient tradition (Cambridge, Mass., 1973).
  13. J Needham, Science and Civilisation in China 3 (Cambridge, 1959).
  14. B Qian, History of Chinese mathematics (Chinese) (Peking, 1981).
  15. B Qian (ed.), Ten Mathematical Classics (Chinese) (Beijing, 1963).
  16. K Shen, J N Crossley and A W-C Lun, The nine chapters on the mathematical art : Companion and commentary (Beijing, 1999).
  17. N Sivin, Cosmos and early Chinese mathematical astronomy (Leiden, 1969).
  18. N Sivin (ed.),Science and technology in East Asia (New York, 1977).
  19. F J Swetz, The Sea Island Mathematical Manual : surveying and mathematics in ancient China (Pennsylvania, 1992).
  20. F J Swetz and T I Kao, Was Pythagoras Chinese? (Reston, Virginia, 1977).
  21. Li Yen, An outline of Chinese mathematics (Chinese) ( Peking 1958).
Papers:
  1. K Chemla, Reflections on the world-wide history of the rule of false double position, or : How a loop was closed, Centaurus 39 (2) (1997), 97-120.
  2. C Cullen, Learning from Liu Hui? A different way to do mathematics, Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 49 (7) (2002), 783-790.
  3. Y Z Dong and Y Yao, The mathematical thought of Liu Hui (Chinese), Qufu Shifan Daxue Xuebao Ziran Kexue Ban 13 (4) (1987), 99-108.
  4. L Y Lam, and K S Shen, The Chinese concept of Cavalieri's principle and its applications, Historia Math. 12 (3) (1985), 219-228.
  5. D Liu, 400 years of the history of mathematics in China - an introduction to the major historians of mathematics since 1592, Historia Sci. (2) 4 (2) (1994), 103-111.
  6. S K Mo, Jiuzhang suanshu (Nine chapters on the mathematical art) and Liu Hui's commentary (Chinese), Stud. Hist. Nat. Sci. 19 (2) (2000), 97-113.
  7. K S Shen, Historical development of the Chinese remainder theorem, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 38 (4) (1988), 285-305.
  8. P D Straffin Jr., Liu Hui and the first golden age of Chinese mathematics, Math. Mag. 71 (3) (1998), 163-181.

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