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Topic: history of mathematical analysis
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Gergely Buday

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Registered: 3/17/09
Re: history of mathematical analysis
Posted: Mar 17, 2009 9:05 AM
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Jesse Alama wrote:

> Work in analysis by Euler as presented in, for example, the recent Euler
> Centenniary volumes published by the Mathematical Association of America
> might be a good start.


Which one you best recommend?

"The Genius of Euler: Reflections on his Life and Work"
edited by William Dunham

"The Early Mathematics of Leonhard Euler"
by Edward Sandifer

"How Euler Did It"
by C. Edward Sandifer

"Euler and Modern Science"
Edited by N. N. Boglyubov, G. K. Mikhauilov., and A. P. Yushkevich
(translated from the Russian)

"Euler at 300"
Edited by Robert E. Bradley, Lawrence A. D?Antonio & C. Edward Sandifer

Also available for purchase, the previsouly published title:
"Euler: The Master of Us All"(1999),
by William Dunham.

http://www.maa.org/Euler/

- Gergely



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