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Bernoulli, Jakob (1655-1705)
ARS CONJECTANDI, OPUS POSTHUMUM. ACCEDIT TRACTATUS DE SERIEBUS INFINITIS, ET EPISTOLA GALLICÈ SCRIPTA DE LUDO PILÆ RETICULARIS. BASEL: JOHANN RUDOLPH & EMANUEL THURNEYSEN, 1713
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Bernoulli, Jakob (1655-1705)
ARS CONJECTANDI, OPUS POSTHUMUM. ACCEDIT TRACTATUS DE SERIEBUS INFINITIS, ET EPISTOLA GALLICÈ SCRIPTA DE LUDO PILÆ RETICULARIS. BASEL: JOHANN RUDOLPH & EMANUEL THURNEYSEN, 1713
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厄文‧托馬許藏書: 運算的歷史

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Bernoulli, Jakob (1655-1705)
ARS CONJECTANDI, OPUS POSTHUMUM. ACCEDIT TRACTATUS DE SERIEBUS INFINITIS, ET EPISTOLA GALLICÈ SCRIPTA DE LUDO PILÆ RETICULARIS. BASEL: JOHANN RUDOLPH & EMANUEL THURNEYSEN, 1713
FIRST EDITION, 4to (213 x 175mm.), 2 folding letterpress tables, folding woodcut plate, contemporary carta rustica, last leaf frayed
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bought from Jonathan Hill, New York, 1993

出版

Tomash & Williams B143; Dibner 110; Horblit 12; Norman 216; PMM 179; VD18 10312927

相關資料

Bernoulli’s most famous work, on series and probability, published posthumously. In many cases Bernoulli uses examples from games of chance to illustrate his theories.

“[The] last section also contains some comments on jeu de paume—a game similar to modern tennis having little to do with the major topic of the work. This is Jacob’s thinly disguised satirical response to some caustic criticisms made earlier of his views on scholarly logic” (Tomash & Williams).

厄文‧托馬許藏書: 運算的歷史

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