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Article
**Norman Biggs**
(2021)

Linear Programming from Fibonacci to Farkas.
*Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology*
(pp. 1-21).
(/isis/citation/CBB910977328/)

Article
**Paolo Rossini**
(2020)

Changing conceptions of mathematics and infinity in Giordano Bruno’s vernacular and Latin works.
*Science in Context*
(pp. 251-271).
(/isis/citation/CBB044626758/)

Article
**Cohoe, Caleb**
(2013)

There must be a First: Why Thomas Aquinas Rejects Infinite, Essentially Ordered, Causal Series.
*British Journal for the History of Philosophy*
(p. 838).
(/isis/citation/CBB001201144/)

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**Sar, Satyabachi**
(2012)

A Glimpse of Some Results of Ramanujan.
*Indian Journal of History of Science*
(pp. 105-116).
(/isis/citation/CBB001253120/)

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**Bindner, Donald J.; Erickson, Martin**
(2012)

Alcuin's Sequence.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 115).
(/isis/citation/CBB001211026/)

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**Davis-Secord, Jonathan**
(2012)

Rhythm and Music: The Sequences of Notker Balbulus.
*Journal of Medieval Latin*
(p. 117).
(/isis/citation/CBB001201555/)

Book
**Roy, Ranjan**
(2011)

Sources in the Development of Mathematics: Infinite Series and Products from the Fifteenth to the Twenty-First Century.
(/isis/citation/CBB001252404/)

Article
**Nikolic, Aleksandar**
(2009)

The Story of Majorizability as Karamata's Condition of Convergence for Abel Summable Series.
*Historia Mathematica*
(p. 405).
(/isis/citation/CBB000953073/)

Book
**Ferraro, Giovanni**
(2008)

The Rise and Development of the Theory of Series up to the Early 1820s.
(/isis/citation/CBB000830504/)

Article
**Español González, Luis; Fernández Moral, Emilio**
(2008)

Euler, Rey Pastor y la sumabilidad de series.
*Quaderns d'Història de l'Enginyeria*
(p. 183).
(/isis/citation/CBB000933321/)

Article
**Knobloch, Eberhard**
(2008)

Euler Transgressing Limits: The Infinite and Music Theory.
*Quaderns d'Història de l'Enginyeria*
(p. 9).
(/isis/citation/CBB000933314/)

Article
**Wang, Quanlai**
(2008)

The Research on Emile Borel's Work Relative to Function Singularities.
*Ziran Kexueshi Yanjiu (Studies in the History of Natural Sciences)*
(p. 236).
(/isis/citation/CBB000933527/)

Article
**Bråting, Kajsa**
(2007)

A New Look at E.G. Björling and the Cauchy Sum Theorem.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(p. 519).
(/isis/citation/CBB000720350/)

Article
**Ferraro, Giovanni**
(2007)

Convergence and Formal Manipulation in the Theory of Series from 1730 to 1815.
*Historia Mathematica*
(p. 62).
(/isis/citation/CBB000771368/)

Article
**Schneider, Ivo**
(2006)

Influences of Jakob's Bernoulli's *Ars Conjectandi* in 18th-c. Great Britain.
*Journal Electronique d'Histoire des Probabilités et de la Statistique*.
(/isis/citation/CBB001021368/)

Article
**Maslanka, K.**
(2004)

Pietro Mengoli and Numerical Series: The Prehistory of Riemann's “Zeta” Function.
*Kwartalnik Historii Nauki i Techniki*
(pp. 47-64).
(/isis/citation/CBB000931602/)

Article
**Tegus, **
(2004)

Another possible *zhuishu* to approximate *pi*.
*Nei Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban)*
(pp. 92-95).
(/isis/citation/CBB000401197/)

Book
**Derbyshire, John**
(2003)

Prime Obsession: Bernhard Riemann and the Greatest Unsolved Problem in Mathematics.
(/isis/citation/CBB000470014/)

Article
**Rao, K. Srinivasa; Berghe, G. Vanden**
(2003)

Gauss, Ramanujan and Hypergeometric Series Revisited.
*Historia Scientiarum: International Journal of the History of Science Society of Japan*
(p. 123).
(/isis/citation/CBB000774902/)

Article
**Ferraro, Giovanni; Panza, Marco**
(2003)

Developing into Series and Returning from Series: A Note on the Foundations of Eighteenth-Century Analysis.
*Historia Mathematica*
(p. 17).
(/isis/citation/CBB000340645/)

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