Genaille–Lucas rulers

Known as: Genaille Rods, Genaille's rods, Genaille-Lucas rods 
Genaille–Lucas rulers (also known as Genaille's rods) is an arithmetic tool invented by Henri Genaille, a French railway engineer, in 1891. The… (More)
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2018
2018
Radica1 surgical procedures of the maxillaT7 sinus with or without involement of the ethrnoid, sphenoid and frontal sinuses were… (More)
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2015
Review
2015
This note presents a survey of Napier's bones and of their more " automatic " evolution, the Genaille-Lucas rods. Generalizations… (More)
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2011
2011
Henri Genaille’s Rods are a nineteenth-century device for doing multiplication, similar to, but easier to use than the more… (More)
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