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Topic: Gaspari Pagani
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hugocoolens@gmail.com

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Re: Gaspari Pagani
Posted: Mar 28, 2013 4:37 AM
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Op woensdag 27 maart 2013 21:17:38 UTC+1 schreef Ken Pledger het volgende:
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> <5693c997-54bc-4950-bc4a-b60bf31ca2e1@z18g2000yqb.googlegroups.com>,
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> "hugocoolens@gmail.com" <hugocoolens@gmail.com> wrote:
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> > I'm looking for information concerning a mathematician Gaspari Pagani
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> > born probably in 1796 who should have invented the Serret-Frenet
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> > formulas before they were attributed to Serret and Frenet. Can anyone
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> > here point me to a publication or site? ....
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> I can't guarantee that you will find it there; but Michael Spivak,"A
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> comprehensive introduction to differential geometry" includes quite a
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> bit of history, so might be worth checking if you haven't already.
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> Ken Pledger.


Thanks for the suggestion, I'll try to find a copy of that book

Hugo



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