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Høyrup, Jens

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Documents Indexed: 68 Publications since 1982, including 10 Books
Reviewing Activity: 206 Reviews
Biographic References: 1 Publication

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65 single-authored
3 Booss-Bavnbek, Bernhelm

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34 Publications have been cited 123 times in 74 Documents Cited by Year
Lengths, widths, surfaces. A portrait of Old Babylonian algebra and its kin. Zbl 0999.01001
Høyrup, Jens
24
2002
On a collection of geometrical riddles and their role in the shaping of four to six “algebras”. Intercultural transmission of scientific knowledge in the Middle Ages: Graeco–Arabic–Latin (Berlin, 1996). Zbl 1193.01005
Høyrup, Jens
9
2001
Jacopo da Firenze’s Tractatus algorismi and early Italian abbacus culture. Zbl 1126.01006
Høyrup, Jens
9
2007
In measure, number, and weight. Studies in mathematics and culture. Zbl 0853.01039
Høyrup, Jens
8
1994
Hesitating progress – the slow development toward algebraic symbolization in abbacus- and related manuscripts, c. 1300 to c. 1550. Zbl 1246.01007
Høyrup, Jens
6
2010
Jordanus de Nemore, 13th century mathematical innovator: an essay on intellectual context, achievement, and failure. Zbl 0763.01007
Høyrup, Jens
6
1988
Dýnamis, the Babylonians, and Theaetetus 147c7-148d7. Zbl 0707.01003
Høyrup, Jens
5
1990
Jacopo da Firenze and the beginning of Italian vernacular algebra. Zbl 1097.01012
Høyrup, Jens
4
2006
A new art in ancient clothes. Itineraries chosen between scholasticism and baroque in order to make algebra appear legitimate, and their impact on the substance of the discipline. Zbl 0943.01002
Høyrup, Jens
4
1998
Leonardo Fibonacci and abbaco culture. A proposal to invert the roles. Zbl 1086.01015
Høyrup, Jens
4
2005
Investigations of an early Sumerian division problem, c. 2500 B.C. Zbl 0483.01002
Høyrup, Jens
3
1982
On parts of parts and ascending continued fractions. An investigation of the origins and spread of a peculiar system. Zbl 0734.01007
Høyrup, Jens
3
1990
The “unknown heritage”: trace of a forgotten locus of mathematical sophistication. Zbl 1172.01001
Høyrup, Jens
3
2008
The formation of “Islamic Mathematics” sources and conditions. Zbl 1181.01011
Høyrup, Jens
3
1987
“Oxford” and “Gherardo da Cremona” on the relation between two versions of al-Khwārizmī’s algebra. Zbl 0981.01007
Høyrup, Jens
2
1998
Conceptual divergence – canons and taboos – and critique: reflections on explanatory categories. Zbl 1063.01024
Høyrup, Jens
2
2004
Mathematics and war. Zbl 1027.00007
Booß-Bavnbek, Bernhelm (ed.); Høyrup, Jens (ed.)
2
2003
What did the abbacus teachers aim at when they (sometimes) ended up doing mathematics? An investigation of the incentives and norms of a distinct mathematical practice. Zbl 1225.01017
Høyrup, Jens
2
2009
Pre-modern “algebra”: a concise survey of that which was shaped into the technique and discipline we know. Zbl 1246.01001
Høyrup, Jens
2
2006
Jacobus de Florentia, Tractatus algorismi (1307), the chapter on algebra (Vat. Lat. 4826, fols \(36^{\text{V}}\)–\(45^{\text{V}}\)). Zbl 1005.01004
Høyrup, Jens
2
2000
A note on Old Babylonian computational techniques. Zbl 1007.01002
Høyrup, Jens
2
2002
Erratum: Dýnamis, the Babylonians, and Theaetetus 147c7-148d7. Zbl 0716.01002
Høyrup, Jens
2
1991
The algorithm concept – tool for historiographic interpretation or red herring? Zbl 1143.01008
Høyrup, Jens
2
2008
Seleucid innovations in the Babylonian “algebraic” tradition and their kin abroad. Zbl 1029.01003
Høyrup, Jens
2
2002
Algebra in cuneiform. Introduction to an Old Babylonian geometrical technique. Zbl 1392.01003
Høyrup, Jens
2
2017
A hypothetical history of Old Babylonian mathematics: places, passages, stages, development. Zbl 1322.01003
Høyrup, Jens
2
2014
The Babylonian cellar text BM 85200 + VAT 6599. Retranslation and analysis. Zbl 0792.01001
Høyrup, Jens
1
1992
How to educate a Kapo or Reflections on the absence of a culture of mathematical problems in Ur III. Zbl 1066.01010
Høyrup, Jens
1
2002
The formation of a myth: Greek mathematics – our mathematics. Zbl 0873.01003
Høyrup, Jens
1
1996
Mahāvīra’s geometrical problems: Traces of unknown links between Jaina and Mediterranean mathematics in the classical ages. Zbl 1046.01003
Høyrup, Jens
1
2004
Zur Frühgeschichte algebraischer Denkweisen. (On the early history of algebraic thinking). Zbl 0686.01004
Høyrup, Jens
1
1989
Babylonian algebra from the viewpoint of geometrical heuristics. An investigation of terminology, methods, and patterns of thought. Zbl 0541.01003
Høyrup, Jens
1
1984
Mathematics and war: an invitation to revisit. Zbl 1041.01015
Booss-Bavnbek, Bernhelm; Høyrup, Jens
1
2003
“Proportions” in and around the Italian abbacus tradition. Zbl 1267.01012
Høyrup, Jens
1
2011
Algebra in cuneiform. Introduction to an Old Babylonian geometrical technique. Zbl 1392.01003
Høyrup, Jens
2
2017
A hypothetical history of Old Babylonian mathematics: places, passages, stages, development. Zbl 1322.01003
Høyrup, Jens
2
2014
“Proportions” in and around the Italian abbacus tradition. Zbl 1267.01012
Høyrup, Jens
1
2011
Hesitating progress – the slow development toward algebraic symbolization in abbacus- and related manuscripts, c. 1300 to c. 1550. Zbl 1246.01007
Høyrup, Jens
6
2010
What did the abbacus teachers aim at when they (sometimes) ended up doing mathematics? An investigation of the incentives and norms of a distinct mathematical practice. Zbl 1225.01017
Høyrup, Jens
2
2009
The “unknown heritage”: trace of a forgotten locus of mathematical sophistication. Zbl 1172.01001
Høyrup, Jens
3
2008
The algorithm concept – tool for historiographic interpretation or red herring? Zbl 1143.01008
Høyrup, Jens
2
2008
Jacopo da Firenze’s Tractatus algorismi and early Italian abbacus culture. Zbl 1126.01006
Høyrup, Jens
9
2007
Jacopo da Firenze and the beginning of Italian vernacular algebra. Zbl 1097.01012
Høyrup, Jens
4
2006
Pre-modern “algebra”: a concise survey of that which was shaped into the technique and discipline we know. Zbl 1246.01001
Høyrup, Jens
2
2006
Leonardo Fibonacci and abbaco culture. A proposal to invert the roles. Zbl 1086.01015
Høyrup, Jens
4
2005
Conceptual divergence – canons and taboos – and critique: reflections on explanatory categories. Zbl 1063.01024
Høyrup, Jens
2
2004
Mahāvīra’s geometrical problems: Traces of unknown links between Jaina and Mediterranean mathematics in the classical ages. Zbl 1046.01003
Høyrup, Jens
1
2004
Mathematics and war. Zbl 1027.00007
Booß-Bavnbek, Bernhelm; Høyrup, Jens
2
2003
Mathematics and war: an invitation to revisit. Zbl 1041.01015
Booss-Bavnbek, Bernhelm; Høyrup, Jens
1
2003
Lengths, widths, surfaces. A portrait of Old Babylonian algebra and its kin. Zbl 0999.01001
Høyrup, Jens
24
2002
A note on Old Babylonian computational techniques. Zbl 1007.01002
Høyrup, Jens
2
2002
Seleucid innovations in the Babylonian “algebraic” tradition and their kin abroad. Zbl 1029.01003
Høyrup, Jens
2
2002
How to educate a Kapo or Reflections on the absence of a culture of mathematical problems in Ur III. Zbl 1066.01010
Høyrup, Jens
1
2002
On a collection of geometrical riddles and their role in the shaping of four to six “algebras”. Intercultural transmission of scientific knowledge in the Middle Ages: Graeco–Arabic–Latin (Berlin, 1996). Zbl 1193.01005
Høyrup, Jens
9
2001
Jacobus de Florentia, Tractatus algorismi (1307), the chapter on algebra (Vat. Lat. 4826, fols \(36^{\text{V}}\)–\(45^{\text{V}}\)). Zbl 1005.01004
Høyrup, Jens
2
2000
A new art in ancient clothes. Itineraries chosen between scholasticism and baroque in order to make algebra appear legitimate, and their impact on the substance of the discipline. Zbl 0943.01002
Høyrup, Jens
4
1998
“Oxford” and “Gherardo da Cremona” on the relation between two versions of al-Khwārizmī’s algebra. Zbl 0981.01007
Høyrup, Jens
2
1998
The formation of a myth: Greek mathematics – our mathematics. Zbl 0873.01003
Høyrup, Jens
1
1996
In measure, number, and weight. Studies in mathematics and culture. Zbl 0853.01039
Høyrup, Jens
8
1994
The Babylonian cellar text BM 85200 + VAT 6599. Retranslation and analysis. Zbl 0792.01001
Høyrup, Jens
1
1992
Erratum: Dýnamis, the Babylonians, and Theaetetus 147c7-148d7. Zbl 0716.01002
Høyrup, Jens
2
1991
Dýnamis, the Babylonians, and Theaetetus 147c7-148d7. Zbl 0707.01003
Høyrup, Jens
5
1990
On parts of parts and ascending continued fractions. An investigation of the origins and spread of a peculiar system. Zbl 0734.01007
Høyrup, Jens
3
1990
Zur Frühgeschichte algebraischer Denkweisen. (On the early history of algebraic thinking). Zbl 0686.01004
Høyrup, Jens
1
1989
Jordanus de Nemore, 13th century mathematical innovator: an essay on intellectual context, achievement, and failure. Zbl 0763.01007
Høyrup, Jens
6
1988
The formation of “Islamic Mathematics” sources and conditions. Zbl 1181.01011
Høyrup, Jens
3
1987
Babylonian algebra from the viewpoint of geometrical heuristics. An investigation of terminology, methods, and patterns of thought. Zbl 0541.01003
Høyrup, Jens
1
1984
Investigations of an early Sumerian division problem, c. 2500 B.C. Zbl 0483.01002
Høyrup, Jens
3
1982

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