• Corpus ID: 124735705

Une étude quantitative sur le temps long des occurrences du terme "matrice" en mathématiques

  title={Une {\'e}tude quantitative sur le temps long des occurrences du terme "matrice" en math{\'e}matiques},
  author={Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Brechenmacher},
A Quantitative Analysis of Mathematical Matrices on the Longue Duree. This paper resorts to a statistical survey in order to bring out the key elements for a historical study of matrices on the longue duree (matrices are here considered not only as abstract mathematical objects but also as material forms of representations resorting to operatory practices). The use of quantitative analysis on the uses of the terminology '"matrix" in Zentralblatt Math, a data basis of mathematical papers which… 
1 Citations

Une Histoire de L’universalité des Matrices Mathématiques

RésuméLa théorie internationale des matrices des années 1930 se nourrit de phénomènes multiples et peut s’analyser en termes de passages au global de pratiques locales manifestant une réappropriation



The Theory of Determinants in the Historical Order of Development

  • G. M.
  • Mathematics
  • 1921
THE period covered by this volume is perhaps the most important in the history of the subject. During that time three important branches of pure mathematics attained vast dimensions—invariant-theory,

Arthur Cayley as Sadleirian Professor: A Glimpse of Mathematics Teaching at 19th-Century Cambridge

Abstract This article contains the hitherto unpublished text of Arthur Cayley's inaugural professorial lecture given at Cambridge University on 3 November 1863. Cayley chose a historical treatment to

The Theory of Determinants, Matrices and Invariants

THIS excellent book gives a survey of a field which has come into great prominence during the present century for two quite different reasons. First, the theory of relativity has compelled physicists

Die mathematischen Hilfsmittel des Physikers:

AbstractTHIS book falls into two distinct parts: mathematics and physics. The third edition differs from the second (published about twelve years ago) in respect of a more systematic handling of the

Finite Collineation Groups: With an Introduction to the Theory of Groups of Operators and Substitution Groups

The theory of finite groups of linear substitutions may be said to have been originated by Klein in 1876 :in connection with a problem :in the theory of invariants ; subsequently he extended Galois's

La théorie des équations de Maxwell et le calcul des opérateurs matriciels

HAL is a multi-disciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of scientific research documents, whether they are published or not. The documents may come from teaching and

An Introduction to the Theory of Canonical Matrices

A SIGN of the present-day tendency of mathematical thought is in the changed character of many of the books now produced. In the last few years almost all new books in pure mathematics have

Éléments d'histoire des mathématiques

Ce volume rassemble les notes historiques parues dans les differentslivres des elements de mathematique de l'auteur. Ellesconcernent donc l'ensemble des matieres abordees dans ce traite: theorie des

Algebraic Arithmetic

  • W. B.
  • Mathematics
  • 1928
THE practice of holding summer Colloquia, at which courses of lectures on specialised branches of science are given, is worthy of consideration by some learned societies in Great Britain. Seven such