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Analysis 2000 : Challenges and Opportunities

  title={Analysis 2000 : Challenges and Opportunities},
  author={L. Steen and L. Steen},
Dans cette contribution on essaie de tracer les lignes de développements possibles de l'enseignement de l'analyse. Il importe de souligner que dans le monde de l'´ education le mot " analyse " est plutôt utilisé au sens de l'américain calculus. Il s'agit de calcul différentiel et intégral conçu pour les masses; il se concentre sur des procédés et des recettes, alors que l'analyse s'intéresse aux preuves et aux définitions fondamentales. En tout cas, l'analyse n'occupe plusà présent la position… Expand
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