This book is a critical edition of a treatise of astronomy by the syrian scholar Ibn al-Shatir (1304-1375). The arabic text has been established on the basis of several manuscript copies, and it has… Expand

Abstract We attempt to grasp the mathematics behind the planetary theories of the Syrian astronomer Ibn al-Šāṭir (1304–1375) in his treatise Nihāyat al-Sūl. Following the astronomers of the Marāgha… Expand

Abstract In the Almagest, Ptolemy proposed the concept of winding motion, especially to explain planetary latitudes. Ibn al-Haytham (beginning 11th c.) wrote a treatise entitled Fī ḥarakat… Expand

B\'ezout's name is attached to his famous theorem. B\'ezout's Theorem states that the degree of the eliminand of a system a $n$ algebraic equations in $n$ unknowns, when each of the equations is… Expand

B\'ezout's name is attached to his famous theorem. B\'ezout's Theorem states that the degree of the eliminand of a system a $n$ algebraic equations in $n$ unknowns, when each of the equations is… Expand

In several places and for different purposes, Ibn al-Haytham has studied the variations of a well-known function. The context of these applications reveals some characteristics of Ibn al-Haytham's… Expand

This article attempts at a linear historical and mathematical commentary of Kronecker's programmatic memoir "Grundz\"uge einer arithmetischen Theorie der algebraischen Gr\"ossen" (1882).