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And S. Dostrovsky. The Evolution of Dynamics: Vibration Theory from 1687 to 1742. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1981. Gower, B. “Planets and Probability: Daniel Bernoulli on the Inclinations of the Planetary Orbits,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 18, no. 4 (1987): 441–454. ᨳ Bernoulli, Jakob (Jacques Bernoulli) (1654–1705) Swiss Differential Equations, Probability The Bernoulli family produced many mathematicians who contributed to diverse branches of mathematics such as probability, calculus, and number theory, and Jakob Bernoulli was the first member of that impressive congregation.
His first publication of fermentation processes appeared in 1690, and he earned his doctorate in 1694 with a mathematical dissertation in the field of medicine. Meanwhile, Johann Bernoulli was avidly pursuing the study of mathematics (without his father’s approval), and together with Jakob Bernoulli mastered GOTTFRIED WILHELM VON LEIBNIZ’s differential calculus. Johann Bernoulli’s solution of the catenaria problem, posed by Jakob Bernoulli in 1691, demonstrated his talent and 32 Bernoulli, Johann marked him as a leading mathematician of Europe.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. ᨳ Barrow, Isaac (1630–1677) British Calculus Isaac Barrow was the first to discover certain aspects of differential calculus. There is some controversy about this, and also about the extent of his influence on SIR ISAAC NEWTON, who was his successor at Cambridge. However, Barrow’s lectures on geometry contain some of the first theorems of calculus, and for this he is renowned. Barrow was born in October 1630 (the exact date is unknown) to Thomas Barrow, a prosperous linen draper and staunch royalist.