## 21 Citations

Algebraic symbolism in medieval Arabic algebra

- EducationPhilosophica
- 2012

In this article the notation, its context, and how it differs from modern notation are explained.

Polynomials and equations in arabic algebra

- Mathematics
- 2009

It is shown in this article that the two sides of an equation in the medieval Arabic algebra are aggregations of the algebraic “numbers” (powers) with no operations present. Unlike an expression such…

Medieval Arabic Algebra as an Artificial Language

- Mathematics
- 2007

Medieval Arabic algebra is a good example of an artificial language.Yet despite its abstract, formal structure, its utility was restricted to problem solving. Geometry was the branch of mathematics…

Series of problems in Arabic algebra: The example of ʿAlī al-Sulamī

- Mathematics
- 2015

In his introductory book on algebra ʿAlī al-Sulamī (10th c.) pays careful attention to the arrangement of his 78 worked-out problems, balancing his borrowings with his overall structure. His…

Practicing algebra in late antiquity: The problem-solving of Diophantus of Alexandria

- Mathematics
- 2013

A Conceptual Analysis of Early Arabic Algebra

- MathematicsThe Unity of Science in the Arabic Tradition
- 2008

It is argued that the concept of a symbolic equation as it emerges in algebra textbooks around 1550 is fundamentally different from the ‘equation’ as known in Arabic algebra.

The Liber Restauracionis: A newly discovered copy of a mediæval algebra in Florence

- HistoryHistoria Mathematica
- 2019

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A Newly-Discovered Partial Hebrew Version of al-Khwārizmī's Algebra

- History
- 2002

The purpose of this brief note is to announce the discovery of a short Hebrew text that I have identified as an adaptation of the famous Algebra by Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwârizmi (ninth century).…

On a Collection of Geometrical Riddles and their Role in the Shaping of Four to Six “Algebras”

- MathematicsScience in Context
- 2001

For more than a century, there has been some discussion about whether medieval Arabic al-jabr (and hence also later European algebra) has its roots in Indian or Greek mathematics. Since the 1930s,…

Sub-Scientific Mathematics: Observations on a Pre-Modern Phenomenon

- Education
- 1990

ly seen, this is once more the simple problem x 2+ax = b. But the wording is different from that used in the beginning, and so is the procedure." which locates "the four fronts" as four rectangles of…

The Algebra of Mohammed ben Musa

- Chemistry
- 2002

Volume 1 1. The Algebra of Mohammed ben Musa, London, Oriental Translation Fund 19, 1831 Volume 2 2. Practical Philosophy of the Muhammadan People, from the Persian of Fakir Jany Muhammad Asaad:…

A dictionary of modern written Arabic : (Arabic-English)

- Education, Linguistics
- 1980

A Dictionary of Modern written Arabic, Arabic-English , A Dictionary of Modern written Arabic, Arabic-English , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی

L'algèbre au Moyen Âge : le « Liber mensurationum » d'Abû Bekr

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Busard Hubert. L.L. L'algebre au Moyen Âge : le « Liber mensurationum » d'Abu Bekr. In: Journal des savants, 1968, n°2. pp. 65-124.