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 Seki was a Japanese mathematician in the seventeenth century known for his outstanding achievements, including the elimination theory of systems of algebraic equations, which preceded the works of Étienne Bézout and Leonhard Euler by 80 years. Seki was a contemporary of Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, although there was apparently no direct interaction between them. The Mathematical Society of Japan and the History of Mathematics Society of Japan hosted the International Conference on History of Mathematics in Commemoration of the 300th Posthumous Anniversary of Seki in 2008. This book is the official record of the conference and includes supplements of collated texts of Seki's original writings with notes in English on these texts. Hikosaburo Komatsu (Professor emeritus, The University of Tokyo), one of the editors, is known for partial differential equations and hyperfunction theory, and for his study on the history of Japanese mathematics. He served as the President of the International Congress of Mathematicians Kyoto 1990
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 eng
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 1 online resource.
 Contents

 Archimedes in China: Archimedes and His Works in Chinese Literature of the Ming and Qing Dynasties
 Dun Liu
 The Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Procedures and Liu Hui's Mathematical Theory
 Shuchun Guo
 On the Alternative Algorithm of the 7th Problem in the Sea Island Mathematical Canon
 Hideki Kawahara
 A Comparative Study on Traditional Mathematics of Korea and Japan
 YongWoon Kim
 The Axes of Mathematical Methodology in the Song and Yuan Dynasties: The Construction of Mathematical Models
 Shirong Guo
 Part I:
 The Suanxue Qimeng and Its Influence on Japanese Mathematics
 Mitsuo Morimoto
 Power Series Expansions in India Around A.D. 1400
 Setsuro Ikeyama
 An Early Japanese Work on Chinese Mathematics in Vietnam: Yoshio Mikami's Study of the Vietnamese Mathematical Treatise Chi Minh Toan Phap
 Alexei Volkov
 The Jinkōki of Yoshida Mitsuyoshi
 Ken'ichi Sato
 Résumé of Works on Mathematics of Seki Takakazu
 Osamu Takenouchi
 Contributed papers.
 Seki Takakazu's Measuring Process of the Volume of Solids Derived from Spheres
 Toshio Sugimoto
 Seki Takakazu's Method on the Remainder Problem
 Sumie Tanabe
 Seki Takakazu's Method of Calculating the Volume of Solids of Revolution and His Mathematical Object
 Fumiaki Ozaki
 Leibniz's Theory of Elimination and Determinants
 Eberhard Knobloch
 Algebra, Elimination and the Complete Book of Mathematics
 Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Seki Takakazu, His Life and Bibliography
 Some Questions and Observations Around the Mathematics of Seki Takakazu
 Silke WimmerZagier, Don Zagier
 Ming Antu and His Power Series Expansions
 Jianjin Luo
 Standing on the Shoulders of the Giant Influence of Seki Takakazu on Takebe Katahiro's Mathematical Achievements
 Zelin Xu, Zhou Chang
 Takebe Katahiro's Algorithms for Finding the Circular Arc Length
 Mitsuo Morimoto
 The Method of Successive Divisions by Takebe Katahiro and Nakane Genkei
 Tamotsu Tsuchikura
 Hideyuki Majima
 Manuscripts in the Edo Period: Preliminary Study on Manuscripts Written by Seki Takakazu
 Tomomi Nishida
 Influence of European Mathematics on PreMeiji Japan
 Tatsuhiko Kobayashi
 On Contemporary Mathematics in Vietnam
 Ha Huy Khoai
 Some Reflections on Main Lines of Mathematical Development
 Wenlin Li
 Babylonian Number Theory and Trigonometric Functions: Trigonometric Table and Pythagorean Triples in the Mathematical Tablet Plimpton 322
 Kazuo Muroi
 Methods of Solving Explicit Problems, by Seki Takakazu, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki
 Methods of Solving Implicit Problems, by Seki Takakazu, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki
 Methods of Solving Concealed Problems, by Seki Takakazu, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki
 Notes on Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 10: Geometry
 Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 10: Geometry, by Seki Takakazu, Takebe Kataakira and Takebe Katahiro, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki, Kataakira Takebe, Katahiro Takebe
 Part II:
 Seki's Theory of Elimination as Compared with the Others'
 Takefumi Goto, Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Supplements.
 Notes on Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 4: Three Essentials
 Mitsuo Morimoto
 Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 4: Three Essentials, by Seki Takakazu, Takebe Kataakira and Takebe Katahiro, collated by Fumiaki Ozaki and Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki, Kataakira Takebe, Katahiro Takebe
 Seki's Trilogy: Methods of Solving Explicit Problems, Methods of Solving Implicit Problems and Methods of Solving Concealed Problems
 Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Isbn
 9784431542735
 Label
 Seki, founder of modern mathematics in Japan : a commemoration on his tercentenary
 Title
 Seki, founder of modern mathematics in Japan
 Title remainder
 a commemoration on his tercentenary
 Statement of responsibility
 Eberhard Knobloch, Hikosaburo Komatsu, Dun Liu, editors
 Subject

 Algebra
 Algebra.
 Conference papers and proceedings
 Conference papers and proceedings
 Electronic books
 Geometry
 Geometry.
 History
 History
 History of Mathematical Sciences
 History of Mathematical Sciences.
 J7020  Japan: Natural sciences and technology  mathematics
 Japan
 Japan
 MATHEMATICS  History & Philosophy
 Mathematicians
 Mathematicians
 Mathematicians  Japan  History  Congresses
 Mathematics
 Mathematics
 Mathematics
 Mathematics  Japan  History  Congresses
 Mathematics, general
 Mathematics.
 Seki, Takakazu, approximately 16421708
 Seki, Takakazu, approximately 16421708
 Seki, Takakazu, approximately 16421708  Congresses
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 Seki was a Japanese mathematician in the seventeenth century known for his outstanding achievements, including the elimination theory of systems of algebraic equations, which preceded the works of Étienne Bézout and Leonhard Euler by 80 years. Seki was a contemporary of Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, although there was apparently no direct interaction between them. The Mathematical Society of Japan and the History of Mathematics Society of Japan hosted the International Conference on History of Mathematics in Commemoration of the 300th Posthumous Anniversary of Seki in 2008. This book is the official record of the conference and includes supplements of collated texts of Seki's original writings with notes in English on these texts. Hikosaburo Komatsu (Professor emeritus, The University of Tokyo), one of the editors, is known for partial differential equations and hyperfunction theory, and for his study on the history of Japanese mathematics. He served as the President of the International Congress of Mathematicians Kyoto 1990
 Cataloging source
 GW5XE
 Dewey number
 510.9
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QA27.J3
 LC item number
 S45 2013
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

 dictionaries
 bibliography
 http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate

 1935
 2008
 http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName

 Knobloch, Eberhard
 Komatsu, Hikosaburō
 Liu, Dun
 International Conference on the History of Mathematics in Memory of Seki Takakazu (1642?1708)
 Series statement
 Springer proceedings in mathematics & statistics,
 Series volume
 v. 39
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 Seki, Takakazu
 Mathematics
 Mathematicians
 Seki, Takakazu
 Mathematics
 History of Mathematical Sciences
 Mathematics, general
 Algebra
 Geometry
 MATHEMATICS
 Mathematicians
 Mathematics
 Japan
 J7020
 Label
 Seki, founder of modern mathematics in Japan : a commemoration on his tercentenary, Eberhard Knobloch, Hikosaburo Komatsu, Dun Liu, editors
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 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 Contents

 Archimedes in China: Archimedes and His Works in Chinese Literature of the Ming and Qing Dynasties
 Dun Liu
 The Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Procedures and Liu Hui's Mathematical Theory
 Shuchun Guo
 On the Alternative Algorithm of the 7th Problem in the Sea Island Mathematical Canon
 Hideki Kawahara
 A Comparative Study on Traditional Mathematics of Korea and Japan
 YongWoon Kim
 The Axes of Mathematical Methodology in the Song and Yuan Dynasties: The Construction of Mathematical Models
 Shirong Guo
 Part I:
 The Suanxue Qimeng and Its Influence on Japanese Mathematics
 Mitsuo Morimoto
 Power Series Expansions in India Around A.D. 1400
 Setsuro Ikeyama
 An Early Japanese Work on Chinese Mathematics in Vietnam: Yoshio Mikami's Study of the Vietnamese Mathematical Treatise Chi Minh Toan Phap
 Alexei Volkov
 The Jinkōki of Yoshida Mitsuyoshi
 Ken'ichi Sato
 Résumé of Works on Mathematics of Seki Takakazu
 Osamu Takenouchi
 Contributed papers.
 Seki Takakazu's Measuring Process of the Volume of Solids Derived from Spheres
 Toshio Sugimoto
 Seki Takakazu's Method on the Remainder Problem
 Sumie Tanabe
 Seki Takakazu's Method of Calculating the Volume of Solids of Revolution and His Mathematical Object
 Fumiaki Ozaki
 Leibniz's Theory of Elimination and Determinants
 Eberhard Knobloch
 Algebra, Elimination and the Complete Book of Mathematics
 Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Seki Takakazu, His Life and Bibliography
 Some Questions and Observations Around the Mathematics of Seki Takakazu
 Silke WimmerZagier, Don Zagier
 Ming Antu and His Power Series Expansions
 Jianjin Luo
 Standing on the Shoulders of the Giant Influence of Seki Takakazu on Takebe Katahiro's Mathematical Achievements
 Zelin Xu, Zhou Chang
 Takebe Katahiro's Algorithms for Finding the Circular Arc Length
 Mitsuo Morimoto
 The Method of Successive Divisions by Takebe Katahiro and Nakane Genkei
 Tamotsu Tsuchikura
 Hideyuki Majima
 Manuscripts in the Edo Period: Preliminary Study on Manuscripts Written by Seki Takakazu
 Tomomi Nishida
 Influence of European Mathematics on PreMeiji Japan
 Tatsuhiko Kobayashi
 On Contemporary Mathematics in Vietnam
 Ha Huy Khoai
 Some Reflections on Main Lines of Mathematical Development
 Wenlin Li
 Babylonian Number Theory and Trigonometric Functions: Trigonometric Table and Pythagorean Triples in the Mathematical Tablet Plimpton 322
 Kazuo Muroi
 Methods of Solving Explicit Problems, by Seki Takakazu, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki
 Methods of Solving Implicit Problems, by Seki Takakazu, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki
 Methods of Solving Concealed Problems, by Seki Takakazu, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki
 Notes on Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 10: Geometry
 Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 10: Geometry, by Seki Takakazu, Takebe Kataakira and Takebe Katahiro, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki, Kataakira Takebe, Katahiro Takebe
 Part II:
 Seki's Theory of Elimination as Compared with the Others'
 Takefumi Goto, Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Supplements.
 Notes on Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 4: Three Essentials
 Mitsuo Morimoto
 Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 4: Three Essentials, by Seki Takakazu, Takebe Kataakira and Takebe Katahiro, collated by Fumiaki Ozaki and Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki, Kataakira Takebe, Katahiro Takebe
 Seki's Trilogy: Methods of Solving Explicit Problems, Methods of Solving Implicit Problems and Methods of Solving Concealed Problems
 Hikosaburo Komatsu
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 842898236
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 1 online resource.
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 Seki, founder of modern mathematics in Japan : a commemoration on his tercentenary, Eberhard Knobloch, Hikosaburo Komatsu, Dun Liu, editors
 Antecedent source
 unknown
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Archimedes in China: Archimedes and His Works in Chinese Literature of the Ming and Qing Dynasties
 Dun Liu
 The Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Procedures and Liu Hui's Mathematical Theory
 Shuchun Guo
 On the Alternative Algorithm of the 7th Problem in the Sea Island Mathematical Canon
 Hideki Kawahara
 A Comparative Study on Traditional Mathematics of Korea and Japan
 YongWoon Kim
 The Axes of Mathematical Methodology in the Song and Yuan Dynasties: The Construction of Mathematical Models
 Shirong Guo
 Part I:
 The Suanxue Qimeng and Its Influence on Japanese Mathematics
 Mitsuo Morimoto
 Power Series Expansions in India Around A.D. 1400
 Setsuro Ikeyama
 An Early Japanese Work on Chinese Mathematics in Vietnam: Yoshio Mikami's Study of the Vietnamese Mathematical Treatise Chi Minh Toan Phap
 Alexei Volkov
 The Jinkōki of Yoshida Mitsuyoshi
 Ken'ichi Sato
 Résumé of Works on Mathematics of Seki Takakazu
 Osamu Takenouchi
 Contributed papers.
 Seki Takakazu's Measuring Process of the Volume of Solids Derived from Spheres
 Toshio Sugimoto
 Seki Takakazu's Method on the Remainder Problem
 Sumie Tanabe
 Seki Takakazu's Method of Calculating the Volume of Solids of Revolution and His Mathematical Object
 Fumiaki Ozaki
 Leibniz's Theory of Elimination and Determinants
 Eberhard Knobloch
 Algebra, Elimination and the Complete Book of Mathematics
 Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Seki Takakazu, His Life and Bibliography
 Some Questions and Observations Around the Mathematics of Seki Takakazu
 Silke WimmerZagier, Don Zagier
 Ming Antu and His Power Series Expansions
 Jianjin Luo
 Standing on the Shoulders of the Giant Influence of Seki Takakazu on Takebe Katahiro's Mathematical Achievements
 Zelin Xu, Zhou Chang
 Takebe Katahiro's Algorithms for Finding the Circular Arc Length
 Mitsuo Morimoto
 The Method of Successive Divisions by Takebe Katahiro and Nakane Genkei
 Tamotsu Tsuchikura
 Hideyuki Majima
 Manuscripts in the Edo Period: Preliminary Study on Manuscripts Written by Seki Takakazu
 Tomomi Nishida
 Influence of European Mathematics on PreMeiji Japan
 Tatsuhiko Kobayashi
 On Contemporary Mathematics in Vietnam
 Ha Huy Khoai
 Some Reflections on Main Lines of Mathematical Development
 Wenlin Li
 Babylonian Number Theory and Trigonometric Functions: Trigonometric Table and Pythagorean Triples in the Mathematical Tablet Plimpton 322
 Kazuo Muroi
 Methods of Solving Explicit Problems, by Seki Takakazu, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki
 Methods of Solving Implicit Problems, by Seki Takakazu, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki
 Methods of Solving Concealed Problems, by Seki Takakazu, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki
 Notes on Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 10: Geometry
 Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 10: Geometry, by Seki Takakazu, Takebe Kataakira and Takebe Katahiro, collated by Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki, Kataakira Takebe, Katahiro Takebe
 Part II:
 Seki's Theory of Elimination as Compared with the Others'
 Takefumi Goto, Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Supplements.
 Notes on Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 4: Three Essentials
 Mitsuo Morimoto
 Complete Book of Mathematics Vol. 4: Three Essentials, by Seki Takakazu, Takebe Kataakira and Takebe Katahiro, collated by Fumiaki Ozaki and Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Takakazu Seki, Kataakira Takebe, Katahiro Takebe
 Seki's Trilogy: Methods of Solving Explicit Problems, Methods of Solving Implicit Problems and Methods of Solving Concealed Problems
 Hikosaburo Komatsu
 Control code
 842898236
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource.
 File format
 unknown
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9784431542735
 Level of compression
 unknown
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Other control number
 10.1007/9784431542735
 Quality assurance targets
 not applicable
 Reformatting quality
 unknown
 Sound
 unknown sound
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (OCoLC)842898236
Subject
 Algebra
 Algebra.
 Conference papers and proceedings
 Conference papers and proceedings
 Electronic books
 Geometry
 Geometry.
 History
 History
 History of Mathematical Sciences
 History of Mathematical Sciences.
 J7020  Japan: Natural sciences and technology  mathematics
 Japan
 Japan
 MATHEMATICS  History & Philosophy
 Mathematicians
 Mathematicians
 Mathematicians  Japan  History  Congresses
 Mathematics
 Mathematics
 Mathematics
 Mathematics  Japan  History  Congresses
 Mathematics, general
 Mathematics.
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