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The history and development of nomography
Harold Ainsley Evesham
|LC Classifications||QA90 .E94 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||2011279266|
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The nomograms in this review were created using determinant equations found in Evesham’s book. The book offers a broad survey of the field that can be useful in the design of various nomograms today. Two major threads in the history of nomography are existence criteria and.
Book Review: The History and Development of Nomography, by H.A. Evesham Febru Aug Ron Doerfler Those of us who enjoy our expeditions through the lost world of nomography quickly discover that many original sources that are still considered masterpieces in the field have never been translated into English.
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The History and Development of Nomography Paperback – Decem by Dr. Evesham (Author), Brenda Riddell (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Cited by: A mainstream calculating method from the s until the s, nomograms were widely used in areas as diverse as military engineering, ballistics, astronomy, navigation, and surveying.
This important book is the first modern treatment of nomograms and is a most. If you have an interest in the theoretical aspects of nomography beyond the basic construction techniques of most books, you will appreciate this book as much as I do. Evesham does a wonderful job of weaving mathematical discoveries in nomography from many contributors, originally written in various languages, into a readable yet scholarly work/5(4).
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A good solid book. Includes a "nomogram worksheet" form to make the task more systematic. Nomography L. Ivan Epstein, (Interscience Publishers) Good solid book, abet sparse.
Covers determinants. The History and Development of Nomography Dr. Evesham, (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform) Good solid book. A nomogram (from Greek νόμος nomos, "law" and γραμμή grammē, "line"), also called a nomograph, alignment chart, or abaque, is a graphical calculating device, a two-dimensional diagram designed to allow the approximate graphical computation of a mathematical field of nomography was invented in by the French engineer Philbert Maurice d'Ocagne (–) and used.
Book Review: The History and Development of Nomography, by H.A. Evesham Febru Aug Ron Doerfler 7 Comments Those of us who enjoy our expeditions through the lost world of nomography quickly discover that many original sources that are still considered masterpieces in the field have never been translated into English.
This book deals with problems of approximation of continuous or bounded functions of several variables by linear superposition of functions that are from the same class and have fewer variables. The main topic is the space of linear superpositions D considered as a sub-space of the space of continous functions C(X) on a compact space X.
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Early developments that preceded nomography are cited, and the development of the subject is examined in outline. The special problem of nomograms in three variables is considered in a general way.
Uses of nomography, both old and recent, are given. Introduction to Nomography Page 1 of 9 Nomography and Nomograms (Nomographs) by Gaines B.
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Nomography by Fasal, This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. With usual stamps and markings, In fair condition, suitable as a study copy.
No dust jacket. Re-bound by library. The History and Development of Nomography. Evesham, Dr H. I also read part of the book The History and Development of Nomography by Dr. H.A. Evesham. It was adapted from his Ph.D. thesis, so the math was very dense in places, and I skipped or skimmed through more than half of it.
But I did learn some of the history of the field from it. For example, Hilbert's thirteenth problem relates to nomography. Nomography, truly a forgotten art, is the graphical representation of mathematical relationships or laws (the Greek word for law is nomos).These graphs are variously called nomograms (the term used here), nomographs, alignment charts, and area of practical and theoretical mathematics was invented in by Philbert Maurice d’Ocagne () and used extensively for many years.
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Nomography and empirical equations by Lee H. Johnson,Wiley edition, in English Nomography and empirical by: The History and Development of Nomography By H.A. Evesham. (Docent Press). (original copyright ). pp., paperback (Docent Press). (original copyright ). In some ways this is a companion book to Evesham’s The History and Development of Nomography, from the same publisher.
Gronwall’s paper starts out by developing a necessary and sufficient condition for an equation to be solvable by a nomogram. The History and Development of Nomography By H.A. Evesham.
(Docent Press). (original copyright ). pp., paperback Nomography is loosely deﬁned as the theory and practice by which the results of geom-etry are used to facilitate numerical calculation through graphical representations of for-mulae.
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While the. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Nomograms for chemists by A. Calder,Royal Institute of Chemistry edition, in. Keywords. Mathematics of engineers, numerical analysis, nomography, civil engineer-ing, topography, ballistics, hydraulics, linear systems, di erential equations, dynamical systems.
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The book offers in-depth accounts of the principal areas of activity up to the s and touches on related topics, including ethnomathematics. A nomogram (from Greek νόμος nomos, "law" and γραμμή grammē, "line"), also called a nomograph, alignment chart or abaque, is a graphical calculating device, a two-dimensional diagram designed to allow the approximate graphical computation of a mathematical function.
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Although best know for his work on nomography, he was interested in all aids to calculation. He was also interested in the history of science and published several articles on the subject.
D’Ocagne, already well known for his work on nomograms, finally published this work which made him famous.Traditionally, history of mathematics was more interested in the production of abstract concepts and major theories than in the one of methods and tools of calculation.NOTICES OF THE AMS VOL NUMBER 2 Reference and Book List Where to Find It A brief index to information that appears in this and previous issues of the Notices.
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