■1971■ |
《NO.51》 |
Yoshimasa Michiwaki | On Some Similar Problems Recorded on Sangaku |
Susumu Okabe | Kinnosuke Ogura´s View of Mathematics -from his works written in the early period of Showa- |
Kazuo Shimodaira | Problems on Study of History of Japanese Mathematics |
Katsuhiko Yoshida | Point and Number |
Katsuhiko Yoshida | A.Szab “Greek dialectic and Euclid's axiomatics"(translation)-Comment to Szabo's View- |
■1972■ | |
《NO.52》 | |
Itaru Imai | On the Mathematical Art of Arc and Arrow in East |
Hisao Suzuki | Appraisal of old Soroban-Japanese abacuses |
Masamichi Kishikawa | On Mathematical Problems Offered to the Hankyu-ji Temple |
Kazuo Shimodaira | Problems on Study of History of Japanese Mathematics |
Katsuhiko Yoshida | Point and Number |
《NO.53》 | |
Isao Naoi | A problem peculiar to Wasan -on the five circles in a rectangular- |
Shigeo Takagi | Crypt-Arithmetics in Japan |
Kyuji Suzuki | On Fixation of Zero in Elamentary Education Zennosuke Funabara An Essay on Ebisu-ko |
《NO.54》 | |
Akira Hirayama | Solution of equation “kakujutsu" in Katsuyo San-po |
Shiko Iwata,Jun Naito | On the problem of closure in the old Japanese mathemathematics |
Yoko Hiraiwa | Contents of "Tokyo Subakukaisha zasshi" and analysis |
Shigeo Tkagi | Addition and correction for “Crypt-Arithmetics" in Japan |
Kenji Sugimoto | Kuwaki library |
Leibniz | Das dyadische Zahlensistem (translated by K.Yoshida) |
Genzo Suga | “Kuku" or mnemonic system for multiplication in Japan |
《NO.55》 | |
Shiko Iwata,Jun Naito | On the problem of closure in the old Japanese mathematics( ) |
Kenji Sugimoto | On the application and the history of Axiomatism( ) |
Genzo Suga | From a register(abstract) of teacher´s licenses Ichimatsu Nagasawa Exhibition of materials for old Japanese mathematics in Fukushima Prefecture |
Leibniz | Nova methodus pro maximis et minimis (translated by K.Yoshida) |
Genzo Suga | “Kuku" or mnemonic system for multiplication in Japan |
Shigeo Takagi | History of Magic Spuare |
■1973■ | |
《NO.56》 | |
Hideo Hirose | Takazu Seki-his achivements in astronomy and calendar |
Toshio Matsuzaki | Enlarged list of “Sangaku" in Ibaraki Prefecture |
Diophantus | The Arithmetica,Book I (translated by K.Yoshida) |
Genzo Suga | “Kuku" or mnemonic system for multiplication in Japan |
《NO.57》 | |
Yoshimasa Michiwaki,Toshio Hamada,Makoto Oyama | On the San-dai for the Aniversary of Seki´s Death |
Kikuo Mihara | A certain side of geometrical education in the Meiji period |
Shigeo Takagi | Chinese-Ring in Japan |
Genzo Suga | “Kuku" or mnemonic system for multiplication in Japan |
《NO.58》 | |
Rikitaro Fujisawa | Note on the Mathematics of the Old Japanese School. |
Dairoku Kikuchi | On the method of the Old Japanese School for finding the area of a circle. |
〃 | Various series for π obtained by the Old Japanese Mathematicians. |
〃 | A series for π2 obtained by the Old Japanese Mathematicians. |
〃 | Ajima´s method of finding the length of an arc of a circle. |
〃 | Seki´s method of finding the length of an arc of a circle. |
《NO.59》 | |
Yoshimasa Michiwaki,Toshio Hamada,Makoto Oyama | The study of a series of similar problems in San-Gaku. |
Genzo Suga | From a resister(abstract) of teacher´s licenses. |
Tsuruichi Hayashi | The “Fukudai"and Determinants in Japanese Mathematics. |
Genzo Suga | “Kuku" of mnemonic system for multiplication in Japan. |
■1974■ | |
《NO.60》 | |
Yoshimasa Michiwaki,Toshio Hamada,Makoto Oyama | The study of a series of similar problems in San-Gaku.(3-2) |
Ryuji Yoshida | Kyu-ren kan or chinese rings with nine links. |
Genzo Suga | “Kuku" or mnemonic system for multiplication in Japan. |
《NO.61》 | |
Yoshimasa Michiwaki and Fukuzo Suzuki | On the Ren Jutsu Henkan |
Hidetoshi Fukagawa | Moko Kitagawa. |
Shigeo Takagi | "Sansu Kikan" and “Shokohumin" |
《NO.62》 | |
Shinichi Oya | Memorial adress for the soul of Shigeru Kanda |
Yoshimasa Michiwaki,Toshio Hamada,Makoto Oyama and Mitsuru Tanaka | On the Sandai dedicated Akagi-san,Jomo |
Shigeo Takagi | “Hojin Hisetsu" by Rohan Koda |
Genzo Suga | From a register(abstract) of teacher´s licenses |
《NO.63》 | |
Jun Naito | On the Sangaku of Meiseirinji in Ogaki |
Mitsuru Tanaka,Yoshimasa Michiwaki,Toshio Hamada, Makoto Oyama and Kiichi Kurosaki | Ptolemy´s Theorem appeared in Wasan |
Shiko Iwata | How to revie Wasan? |
Genzo Suga | From a register(abstract) of teacher´s licenses |
■1975■ | |
《NO.64》 | |
Toshio Hamada,Yoshimasa Michiwaki and Makoto Oyama | On the influence of an “controversy between the Seki School and the Saijo's" extended to the provinces. |
Hiroshi Amano | Shigeru Kanda and his “Notes" |
Shigeru Kanda | Notes on the history of Japanese old mathematics and calender. |
《NO.65》 | |
Shinichi Oya | Inaugural adress. |
Hidetoshi Fukazawa | Sangaku in Aichi. |
Katsuhiko Yoshida | Dairoku Kikuchi on science and logic. |
Suketoshi Yajima | On a few mathematical books issued at the end of the Middle Ages |
《NO.66》 | |
Akira Hirayama | Debatable problems in San-gaku. |
Katsuhiko Yoshida | Dairoku Kikuchi on science and logic |
Ichimatsu Nagasawa | Kazu Watanabe and his “San-po Mi no Kagen". |
Toshio Matsuzaki | An extract of K.Yamaguchi´s“Dochu Nikki" or “The Diary of Tours". |
《NO.67》 | |
Tetsuya Ishida | Wasan in Niigata |
Yoshio Mikami | New Research for the History of Mathematics |
Mitsuru Tanaka and Kaoru Tanaka | Lecture Meeting in Memory of Muneyoshi Nakasone |
■1976■ | |
《N0.68》 | |
Akira Hirayama | The Time when “Yang-Hui-Suanfa" was copied by Takakazu Seki. |
Tadashi Endo | On a revision of “San-po Mi-no-kagen". |
Shigeo Otake | Historical Tables of Wasan in Gumma Prefecture. |
Shinichi Oya | Lament over the death of Riichi Sudo. |
Shunichi Nakayama | Memorial adress for the late Professor Heizaemon Kato. |
《NO.69》 | |
Jun Naito | Malfatti's problem in San-gaku |
《NO.70》 | |
Kaoru Tanaka,Tatsuhiko Kobayashi,Shigeo Otake, Makoto Oyama,Mitsuru Tanaka,Toshio Hamada and Yoshimasa Michiwaki | Shuzen Hashimoto,an itinerate mathematician in Gumma Prefecture. |
Gakuho Abe | Magic Squares on “Yang-Hui-Suanfa" |
Motokichi Kondo | On the developement of history of mathematics in Japan. |
《NO.71》 | |
Hisao Suzuki | “Jinko ki" and Edo Literature. |
Ryuji Yoshida | Sangaku in Shiga. |
Otake Sigeo | Researchers of Wasan in Gumma Prefecture. |
■1977■ | |
《NO.72》 | |
Shiko Iwata | On a problem of Genkosui(Torus) in the old Japanese Mathematics. |
Isao Naoi | On a problem of Abe´s contact circle. |
Eiji Sasaki | Sangaku in Fukui. |
Jyuryo Yamaki | Sangaku in Iwate. |
《NO.73》 | |
Akira Nagahama | Knotted Cords and Pictographs. |
Shinichi Oya | Lament over the death of Minoru Kagamibuchi. |
《NO.74》 | |
Ichimatsu Nagasawa | Intellectural interchange in Wasan between Fukushima Prefecture and Kinki districts. |
Akito Kodama | The works of Mitsuyoshi Yoshida,other than“Jingoki". |
Isao Oami | Ancient Indian mathematics. |
《NO.75》 | |
Kiyoshi Yabuuchi | Mathematics in China. |
Tatsuhiko Kobayashi,Kaoru Tanaka,Masaaki Iizuka, Shigeo Otake,Makoto Oyama,Toshio Hamada,Mitsuru Tanaka and Yoshimasa Michiwaki | “sansho"(Book of Mathematics) dated 1749. |
Kazuo Ichinomiya | On Values of Unit Length of Old Measures estimated from the Diameters of Old Coins in China. |
■1978■ | |
《NO.76》 | |
Akira Hirayama | On “Ketsugisho Tojutsu" written by Takakazu Seki |
Hisao Suzuki | The Four Estates and Arithmetics ---Shi(Samurai)--- |
Shinichi Oya | Lament over the death of Yoshitsugu Yanagihara. |
《NO.77》 | |
Kazuo Shimodaira | Land surveying methods described on the “Sanyo-Ki" |
Hisao Suzuki | The Four Estates and Arithmetics---No(Farmers) |
Hidetoshi Fukagawa | Mathematical study of “Sampo-Kyuseki-Tsuko" |
Kazuo Shimodaira | On the formulas for arc,arrow and chordin the early period of the Tokugawa shogunate. |
Toshikatsu Nagura | List of the “Jingo-ki" published on the Meiji Period. |
Kiyoshi Saito | On a few records on Hoken Shin. |
《NO.78》 | |
Makoto Oyama,Toshio Hamada,Masaaki Iizuka,Shigeo Otake, Tatsuhiko Kobayashi,Kaoru Tanaka,Nitsuru Tanaka amd Yoshimasa Michiwaki | Elliptic problems appeared in“Sangaku". |
Kazuo Shimodaira | Lamant over the death of Ichiro Yamamoto. |
《NO.79》 | |
Hidetoshi Fukagawa | Mathematical study of “Sampo-Kyuseki-Tsuko" |
Shinichi Oya | “Jinko-ki" and Mathematical Education |
Hisao Suzuki | Materials for Soroban(Japanese Abacus) |
Toshio Hamada | History of Japanese Mathematics described on schoolbooks on matematics for lower secondary school. |
■1979■ | |
《NO.80》 | |
PERSPECTIVE OF STUDY OF HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS | |
1.Works,by Kazuo Shimodaira | |
2.Reproductions,by Taisuke Noguchi | |
3.Solutions,by Yoshimasa Michiwaki | |
4.Solutions other than Wasan(Japanese old mathematics), by Toshio Matsuzaki | |
5.Sangaku(Mathematical problems on votive tablets),by Hideo Kuwabara | |
6.Soroban(Japanese abacus),by Hisao Suzuki | |
7.Recreational mathematics,by Shigeo Takagi | |
8.Mathematical education,by Motohisa Matsuoka | |
9.Study for mathematics in China,by Shinichi Oya | |
Memories of the days when the society was founded,by | |
Shinichi Oya,Hisao Suzuki,Kazuo Shimodaira,Kogo Hagino | |
and Shigeo Takagi. | |
Note,by Taisuke Noguchi | |
《NO.81》 | |
Toshio Matsuzaki | The Formula of deficient sphere described in “Jugai-roku" |
Kogo Hagino | Suggestions at the time of making a choronological table of the History Mathematics. |
Motokichi Kondo | Notes on the history of European mathematics |
Toshio Matsuzaki | “San-po Ketsugi Sho" |
《NO.82》 | |
Koshiro Nakamura | On Teiji Takagi´s “Shinshiki Sanjutsu Kogi(Lecture on New Arithmetics)"(1904) |
Hideo Hirose | Juji Calendar and A Calendar dedicated to Otsu Temple. |
《NO.83》 | |
Seiichi Toya | Changes of method of calculation in the periods of the Yuan and the Ming. |
Hideharu Sasaki | The Sangaku dedicated to the Oshio Hatchiman-gu Shrine. |
Gakuho Abe | On “Gohojin Hensu Jutzu(The methods of transformetion of magic squares of order 5)" |
■1980■ | |
《NO.84》 | |
Kikuo Mihara | The oldest table of trigonometric functions -The chord table in “Almagest" |
Kogo Hagino | Distribution of Sangaku at the Meiji era. |
Hidetoshi Fukagawa | The Ring and Sphere problems in Wasan. |
《NO.85》 | |
Toshio Matsuzaki | Coments on the circle dividing problems in “Kakuchi Sansho" |
Tsutomu Kaneko | On “Shokan Bumono,Vol.2" |
Akira Hirayama | Malfati´s problem in Wasan. |
Kazuo Shimodaira | On “Zatsu-shu Kyusho San-po" |
《NO.86》 | |
Akira Hirayama | Issei Kasai. |
Sakae Shimoda | Origin of myriad system of mumeration. |
Seiichi Toya | Constant value 4142 of regular octagon described in “Jingo-ki" |
Gakuho Abe | Shutaro Teramura and the recent progress of studies of magic squares in Japan. |
Motohisa Matsuoka | Noribumi Okamoto. |
Kazuo Shimodaira | Works of Noribumi Okamoto. |
《NO.87》 | |
Seiichi Toya | Constant values of circle described in Japanese Mathematical Books at the early Edo period. |
Sakae Shinoda | Origin of myriad system of numeration |
Katsuhiko Yoshida | Dr.Motokichi Kondo(1906-1980) |
■1981■ | |
《NO.88》 | |
Toshio Nakano | The knotted cord of AMI in TAIWAN. |
Hidetoshi Fukagawa | Integral calculus in Wasan. |
Hisao Suzuki | Couplet and Abacus |
Shigeo Takagi | Sugaku(mathematical recreations) and Sugei (fascinating puzzles) |
《NO.89》 | |
Tatsuhiko Kobayashi | "Satsuma-goyomi" (Calendar which was used in the Satsuma clan) |
Kazuo Shimodaira | Calculation of circle stated in "Sanpo Toso" |
Hisao Suzuki | Think of the late professor Yoemon YamazakiMotohisa Matsuoka |
《NO.90》 | |
Tatsuhiko Kobayashi and Kaoru Tanaka | Scoop-out problems appeared in Sangaku |
Kazuo Shimodaira | A material on Kiji Oshima |
《NO.91》 | |
Yong-woon Kim | On the forms of mathematics in traditional societies. |
Gakuho Abe | The method of construction for magic squares of a even oder by Yoshihiro Kurushima. |
Shigeo Otake | On the price of Japanese Mathematical Books at the end of the Edo period. |
Hisao Suzuki | The number concepts of savages. |
■1982■ | |
《NO.92》 | |
Seiichi Toya | Background to the formation of "Kyu-ki Hou"Ichimatsu Nagasawa An outline of Sangaku in Fukushima Prefecture. |
Jun Naito | The solution to "The Problem of Hakamagoshi" by Riyo Kurosu |
Gakuho Abe | Methods for constraction of Magic Squares, associated type mainly,by exchanging of their cells. |
《NO.93》 | |
Yukio Ohashi | On the Formation Process of Si-fen calendar of the Later-Han dynasty. |
Zenichiro Katano | History of Mathematics in the New Textbook for Upper Secondary School. |
《NO.94》 | |
Tatsuhiko Kobayashi and Kaoru Tanaka | Takakazu Seki and Hakuseki Arai |
Jun Naito | The solution to "The Problem of Hakamagoshi" by Riyo Kurosu |
Zenichiro Katano | History of Mathematics in the new textbook for Lower Secondary School. |
Akira Hirayama | On the problems in "Jingo-ki" |
《NO.95》 | |
Hidetoshi Fukazawa | Integral Calculus in Wasan |
Shinichi Oya | Lament over the death of Hideo Hirose. |
Kazuo Shimodaira | The mauscript of "Jugai Roku" owned by Nihon Gakushi-In. |
Zenichiro Katano | A survey of the consciousness of the pupils toward History of Mathematics. |
Akira Hirayama | The History of mathematics |
■1983■ | |
《NO.96》 | |
Akira Hirayama | A Comparison of methods for extractions of the square root and the cubic root which described in "Jingoki" and "kaisanki" |
《NO.97》 | |
Shigeo Otake | On the official rank of arithmetician and astromer in ancient Japan. |
Tatsuhiko Kobayashi and Kaoru Tanaka | On a "Scoop-out" problem appeared in Chugaku-sanpo. |
Jun Naito | The problem of the ring of touching circles on the sphere. |
Akira Hirayama | One hundred hen problem. |
《NO.98》 | |
Akira Hirayama | Magic Squares on the history of mathematics in Japan. |
Yuko Yasutomi | On outline of Sangaku in Iwate Prefecture. Masaaki Iizawa |
Jun Naito | The solution to "the Problem of Hakamagoshi"by Riyo Kurosu. |
《NO.99》 | |
Akira Hirayama | Magic Squares on "Ku su Ryak" by Chai Suk-Jong. |
Seiichi Toya | A chronological table of Chinese materials for the abacus. |
Eiji Chikira and Eiichiro Katsumi | On the text books withwhich San Sakuma's students learned Wasan and Kazu Watanabe's view of Wasan. |
Isao Naoi and Yoshio Morita | On a formula and a compare of solutions in Kansokuen. |
Seiichi Toya | The establishement of learning method for the calculation in the periods of the Yuan and the Ming. |
Tatsuo Shimizu | Chai-hui method for the determination of lengths of arcs of circle segments in Shen Kuo's Meng-xi Bi-tan. |
■1984■ | |
《NO.100》 | |
Shigeyuki Takagi | A Study of Sangaku(Mathematical Votive Picture Tablets) Found in Gifu Prefecture. |
THE DAWN OF STUDY OF HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS IN JAPAN | |
1.Ogura,Mikami and I,by Shinichi Oya | |
2.Mathematical Books came from Holland,by Takao Kuroda | |
3.My Study of Wasan,by Akito Kodama | |
4.Tsuruichi Hayashi ,by Akira Hirayama | |
《NO.101》 | |
Akira Hirayama | Nushizumi Yamaji. |
Kaoru Tanaka and Tatsuhiko Kobayashi | On Shoko KEMMOCHI's "Kyumen Kaku Toen Justu KAI"and Regular Polyhedron. |
Yukio Ohashi | Motions of the sun,moon and planets in a Tibetan calendrical treatise "mKhas pa dga'byed" |
Seiichi Toya | The history of abacus in China |
《NO.102》 | |
Shiko Iwata | On the problem of closure in the old Japanese mathematics |
Akira Hirayama | Tsuryichi Hayashi |
Susumu Okabe | Visiting K.Ogura's birthplace-For the 100 th anniversary of his birth- |
Seiichi Toya | The history of abacus in China |
《NO.103》 | |
Soichiro Mineshima | Numerals on the Tripitaka in Chinese |
Ichiro Ueki | The role of the infinity in mathematics |
Akira Hirayama | Tsuruichi Hyashi and Yoshio Mikami |
Seiichi Toya | The history of abacus in China |
■1985■ | |
《NO.104》 | |
Toshio Hamada | The Life of Taro Kusakabe |
Shigeo Ohtake | Teiji Tkagi's Works and Wasan |
Gakuho Abe | Magic Squares Made by Narayana Pandita |
Seiichi Toya | The history of abacus in China |
《NO.105》 | |
Yoshimasa Michiwaki and Tadao Kaneko | On the mathematical tablet dedicated to Monju-do Temple. |
Ichimatsu Nagasawa | |
Susumu Okabe | Lament over the death of Mr.Katsuhiko Toshida. |
Akira Hirayama | Notes on Wasanka or mathematicians of Japanese Mathematics. |
Seiichi Toya | The history of abacus in China |
《NO.106》 | |
Jusuke Yamaki | Ellipse problems in the mathematical tablets |
Akira Hirayama | "Wasan-tosho-mokuroku" or Wasan Catalogue and Scientific History in Japan before the Meiji Period |
《NO.107》 | |
Toru Tasaki | On "Tenzanb-jutsu" |
Seiichi Toya | The comparison between Sanyoki(1628) and Jingoki(1627),concerning the contents in the item to measuring the ground. |
Akira Hirayama | Tsuruichi Hayashi |
Eiji Chigira and Eiichiro Katsumi | Concerning the mathematical tablet of the Oga Shrine. |
Katsushige Kano | "Sashigane" or square and its mathematics |
Hiroshi Okumura,Yoshimasa Michiwaki,Saburo Saito,Jun Kozone | On a problem of "Seiyo-sanpo" |
■1986■ | |
《NO.108》 | |
Akira Hirayama | On Kurushima Yoshihiro |
Takao Hayashi | The Charming Ranjini-A Game of Medieval India |
Taisuke Noguchi | Of Ruler and Protractor |
Seiichi Toya | Of the birth of "Jingoki" seen from the section in "Masu-no-ho-no-koto" or "The method of the wooden box for measuring" |
Yuko Yasutomi | On Umemura Shigetoku,wasanka of the Nanbu clan |
Eiji Chigita | Wasanka's view of Wasan |
《NO.109》 | |
Chin Kang Shen | "Dai'ensosujutsu" studied by Pin Jiu Shao and "Shoyakujutsu" by Seki Takakazu |
Hirayama Akira | On Isomura Yoshinori's belief |
Abe Gakuho | On "Hachihojin" or magic squares of orders 8 studied by Tanaka Yoshizane |
Hirayama Akira | The controvery on "enri" between Hayashi Tsuruichi and Mikami Yoshio |
Iwata Shiko | On "Suginarizan" in the old Japanese Mathematics |
《NO.110》 | |
Naito Jun | A Certain Result on the Problem of 'Hakamagoshi'. |
Komatsu Atsuno | On Kurosawa Yagoro,Professor of mathematics at the institute of translation of western books. |
Takahashi Masami | On the Newton's Moment of Mathematics as a remark on the Watanabe's Paper. |
Hirayama Akira | Notes on Wasanka or mathematicians of Japanese Mathematics. |
Kawahara Hideki | The study of mathematical history in current China. |
Ozone Jun | On the qualities of circles and two straight lines. |
《NO.111》 | |
Toya Seiichi | The comparison between Sanyoki(1928) and Jinkoki of 4 vol.28 item |
Takagi Shigeyuki | A study of "Sangaku" or Mathematical Votive Picture Tablets Found in Gifu Prefecture (Continued from No.100) |
Hirayama Akira | Contents in "Shinkan Sanpoki" |
Hirayama Akira | Notes on Wasanka or mathematicians of Japanese Mathematics. |
Michiwaki Yoshimasa | On the Mathematical tablet of the Hakkai Shrine and its meaning |
Yamaki Jusuke | The History of "Wasan" in Miyagi Prefecture |
Iwata Shiko | On "Suginarisan" in the Old Japanese mathematics |
■1987■ | |
《NO.112》 | |
Hirayama Akira | The Magic Squares of Narayana(1356) |
Jochi Shigeru | The Mathematics teaching in Japan from 8c. to 12c. |
Matsuoka Motohisa | The History of Mathematics teaching |
Chigira Eiji | The Local spread of Wasan-Focused on Yamagata-ken and Fukushima-ken- |
Kobayashi Tatsuhiko&Tanaka Kaoru | Two Geometry Problems in "Suri-Shinpen" and Its Extension Theorems |
《NO.113》 | |
Qingxiang Wang | On comparative Study of "Suan-Fa tong zong" with "Jin-Kou-Ki"-An attempt to Study the mathematical History Comparatively- (1) |
Kaneko Tsutomu | The materials of Sado Island related to Tsumano Kasuke,a member of the Takuma School |
Hirayama Akira | Wasan in Kyusyu |
《NO.114》 | |
Qingxing Wang | On comparative Study of "Suan-Fa tong zong" with "Jin-Kou-Ki"-An attempt to Study the mathematical History Comparatively- (2) |
Hirayama Akira | The method of the wooden box for measuring |
Hayashi Takao | Magic Squares of Moschopoulos |
Kaneko Tsutomu | On Kitami Seigetsu and his followers after he returned to Sado |
Hirayama Akira | The first meeting between Kurushima and Matsunaga |
《NO.115》 | |
Kaneko Tsutomu | An Arithmatic Manuscript owned by the House of Fujii Yoemon-A New Material about Momokawa Jihe- |
Chin Kang Shen | Seki Takakazu's and Li shan Lan's formulae on the sum of natural number involution |
Hirayama Akira | On the paper of Prof. Chin Kang Shen |
Qingxiang Wang | On the writings of Wajuro Hodoji |
Kuroda Takao | Babylonian algebra and 'kokoho' or three-square theorem in China |
■1988■ | |
《NO.116》 | |
Toya Seiichi | On "Jingoki" owned by the Yoshizawa-horizontally-written,no date of publication and old printing type. |
Hayashi Takao | Mind Reading-A Mathematical Game of Medievel India. |
Bai Shangshu | An exploration to Liu Xin's value of π from wang Mang's measuring Bronze Vessel |
Onozaki Norio | On the position of Murahide Araki in the Seki-school |
Kobayashi Tatsuhiko | On 'Tetsujutsu' in the annoted ancient laws |
Liu Don&Kawahara Hideki | A Note on Mei Wending's Homeland |
Hirayama Akira | Korean mathematical books |
Michiwaki Yoshimasa | On the study of 'wasan' |
Suzuki Fukuzo&Michiwaki Yoshimasa | On Hodozi's "Sanhenho" and Causey's inversion theorem |
《NO.117》 | |
Sugimoto Toshio | On the Precision of Shen Kuo's Arcsine Formula Used in the Shoushi Calendar |
Hayashi Takao | Magic Squares in the Ta Yen So Yin |
Jochi Shigeru | "Suanshu shu" unearthed in the Zhangjiashan ruins,Jiangling country,Hubei province,China |
Hirayama Akira | On "Japanese History of Mathematics" Written by Mikami Yoshio. |
Umetsu Masaharu | Similar questions of "Sangaku" or mathematical tablet |
《NO.118》 | |
Hirayama Akira | The Problem of Ensaiseki |
Hayashi Takao | The So-called Bamboo-rod-bundle Problem as Treated in Medieval India |
Takahashi Masami | On Newton's Intelligible Time-Especilly Mathematical Time- |
Ohtake Shigeo | On occasion of acepting Kuwahara prize |
Iwata Shiko | Modernization of the problem in the vol.10 of "Sanpo-tenshyoho" |
《NO.119》 | |
Toya Seiichi | The difference of writing the number and arranging the number on the abacus between the West and the East "Soroban" played an important part in the adoption of western arithmetic at the begining of the Meiji Period. |
Hirayama Akira | The frusta in "Jinkoki" |
Qingxiang Wang | A Critical Essay on "Sanpoenri Katsuno" of Toshiki Kaetsu and Wajuro Hodoji's Work |
Yu Sheng | The 30th aniversary of the founding of the institute of history of natural science in the Chinese Academy of Science |
Chin Kang Shen | On the area formulae of triangles in Eastern countries |
Matsubara Gen-ichi | A study of the Japanese history of mathematics |
■1989■ | |
《NO.120》 | |
HIRAYAMA Akira | The problem of Kiriko in Shinkan-sampoku, 1652 |
SHIMIZU Tatsuo | Segment formula in Jiuzhang Suanshu. |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | On the Grouped Circles and Their Polar in "Sampo Kokon Tsuran" |
HIRAYAMA Akira | Some problem of Geometrical Progression. |
MICHIWAKI Yoshimasa&NORII Hachio | On the Mathematical Studies of Dedicating Mathematical Tablet's Problem |
《NO.121》 | |
HIRAYAMA Akira | The early art of measurement in Japan |
HIRAYAMA Akira | Two hypotheses |
UEKI Ichiroh | Infinty and Contradition-From the history of foundations of mathematics- |
KANEKO Tsutomu | "Tenmon-sha" or "astronomers" seen in "Sado-koku-ryakki" or "The brief sketch of Sado" |
NAGASAWA Ichimatsu | The memory of the Iate Mr.Uruma |
《NO.122》(30th Anniversary issue of the founding) | |
MEMORIAL ACCOUNT | |
SHIMODAIRA Kazuo | Greetings. |
NOGUCHI Taisuke | Memories of the when the society founded. |
LIST OF OPEN LECTURES | |
NEWS OF THE MEMORIAL CELEBRATION | |
LIST OF CONTENTS,No.1〜No.120 | |
AUTHOR INDEX | |
《NO.123》 | |
TOYA Seiichi | On "Shinhen Shosanki" |
MICHIWAKI Yoshimasa and MARUTA Nobuo | On Masamichi MARUTA HIRAYAMA Akira |
Editorial Staff of SHNS | Deeply Mourning for Professor Yan Dunjie |
■1990■ | |
《NO.124》 | |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | The Calendar of Genkei Ishida and "Li Suan Chuan Shu" |
JOCHI Shigeru | The Reserch of Gnomon in China Hypotheses of 10 'chi' Gnomon in the Qing Dynasty |
HIRAYAMA Akira | On the word "Fot" |
OKUMURA Hiroshi | Generalizations of the Results in the Old Japanese Incircle Geometry by the Terms of Cycles and Rays |
《NO.125》 | |
NISHIDA Tomomi | Transformation of Notion "San-Kan" in the 17th Century |
ABE Gakuho | The common method of bordered magic squares of even order by al-buni |
NAGASAWA Ichimatsu | "Yueki" or a mathematician of the Aizu clan and his book "Saiko chokei senmyoreki sanpo" |
NAKADA Norio | A visit to Eastern and Western birthplaces of calculation |
《NO.126》 | |
NISHIDA Tomomi | Transformation of Notion "San-Kan" in the 17 Century |
TOYA Seiichi | The Relation Between "Sanpo-Ketsugisho" and "Sanpo-Toso" |
KANEKO Tsutomu | A Study of "Shokanbumono Vol. " |
NISHIDA Tomomi | Yasuaki Aida's Commentary on Yoshinori Isomura's Mathematical Works |
《NO.127》 | |
WANG Qingxiang | A study of mathematical terminology in China |
HIRAYAMA Akira | The two revised Calendar in Japan |
■1991■ | |
《NO.128》 | |
NAKAGUCHI Hisao | The method of Calculation in Hideyoshi Hashiba's Land Survey(1584) |
JOCHI Shigeru | A Reconsideration of the Theory of Equation in China and Japan-《Yang Hui Suan Fa》and《Kokon Sanpo-ki》 |
OHTAKE Shigeo | Toyota TAKENUKI-The Life and The Work in His Youth- |
《NO.129》 | |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | On the Circumstances of Translation of Trigonmetric function Table in 1727. |
TOYA Seiichi | Questions as the mentioned evidences Mori Shigeyoshi and Yoshida Nitsuyoshi in "Suminokura-genryukeizuko" |
TSUKAHARA Kumiko | The use of complex numbers in the eary development of complex integration-The principle of permanence based on the passage from real to imaginary- |
《NO.130》 | |
NAKAMURA Nobuya | On the Truth of the Solution to the Chokubishi Problem in the "Sanpokoren" |
NOGUCHI Taisuke | Recreational mathematics |
《NO.131》 | |
KITAMURA Kazue | On the Circulation of "Warizansho" |
ABE Gakuho | On the relation between Van-Hamihira's magic square of four order and Al-Buni's |
GOTO Hiroki | On "Jugairoku kanasyou" |
■1992■ | |
《NO.132》 | |
HIRAYAMA Akira | The diary of Toita |
JOCHI Shigeru | "Sampo Domo Suchi" kept at The Royal Society Library |
IWATA Shiko,NAOI Isao | A formula of "Sampo-kyokugyo shinan" and it's applications(1) |
《NO.133》 | |
A Special number for an honorary President OHYA Shinichi Message of the following members | |
SHIMODAIRA Kazuo | |
UKITA Yoshimasa,MATSUO Yoshitomo,ENDO Hiroko | |
AKABANE Chizuru,AMANO Hiroshi,IWATA Shiko,OHTAKE Shigeo | |
KATANO Zenichiro,KATO Kunio,SAITO Shigechiyo,SHIMODAIRA | |
Kazuo,SUZUKI Hisao,TAKAGI Shigeo,TOMITA Tetsuo,TOYA Seiichi,NAKADA Norio,NOGUCHI Taisuke,HANADA Toshio, HORIBA Yoshikazu,HONDA Masuo,MAEDA Kingoro,MATSUBARA Genichi,MATSUMIYA Tetsuo,MICHIWAKI Yoshimasa,YOSHIDA Ryuzi | |
《NO.134》 | |
HOGUCHI Taisuke | A History of the Development of Construction in Japan |
TSUKAHARA Kumiko | A Study of Cauchy's Theory of the Complex Integration-An Approach to the rigor of the Calculus in the Ealy 19th Century- |
OHAMI Isao | On Arithmetical Methods in Brahmagupta and Bhaskara |
《NO.135》 | |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | On two calendical problems quoted "Yazhi-Lixiang-Kaocheng" in order to dedicate Sangaku. |
TOYA Seiichi | On the "Jingoki" Influenced by the "Suanfa-tongzong" |
MUROI Kazuo | Late Babylonian Exercise Tablets BM 53309 and BM 53555 |
IWATA Shiko,NAOI Isao | A formula of "Sampo-kyokugyo shinan" and it's applications(2) |
■1993■ | |
《NO.136》 | |
OKUMURA Hiroshi,FUKAGAWA Hisashi | Some Wasan Combinatorial Problems Which Have Never Been Solved |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On the First Problem of the "Koshigen-kotei" Edited by Ninchou |
OHASHI Yukio | Jia Kui's Theory of Lunar Inequality |
《NO.137》 | |
TAMURA Saburo | To deduce Brahmagupta's Formulae |
NISHIDA Tomomi | "Kufu" in the Mathematics of Tokugawa Period |
《NO.138》 | |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | Reexamination of Y.Aida's "ORANDA SANPO";Dutch Mathematical Textbook |
NISHIDA Tomomi | "Kufu" in the Mathematics of Tokugawa Period |
KANEKO Tsutomu | On the Famous Mathematician MOMOKAWA Jihhei |
《NO.139》 | |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On the two Terminologies Mine and Kana in the "Koshigen-Kotei" Edited by Ninchou |
FUJII Yasuo | The method of calculation in the Shoushi Calendar |
TOYA Seiichi | On the square root,the cubic root and a unit of "Fot" in an arithmetic manuscript owned by the house of Fujii. |
■1994■ | |
《NO.140》 | |
MINEI MASAYUKI | On Calculation of the Arc Length in Ryu-kyu |
OHASHI YUKIO | On the Possibility of Introduction of Indian Astronomy into Later-Han China |
KANEKO TSUTOMU | On Magokichi Fushimi's Problem |
MUROI KAZUO | Reexamination of Susa Mathematical Text No.8 |
《NO.141》 |
GOTOU Hiroki | Three Kinds of Mathematical Text-books Published by Hasegawa Mathematical School |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On Iteration in the "Koshigen-kotei" Edited by Ninchou |
NAKAYAMA Shigeru | On Enigma of the Futian Calendar |
《NO.142》 | |
SATOH Tamaki | Development of Mathematics Education in the Kumamoto Klan School |
WANG Qingxiang,MAO Dongming | The Philosophical Backgroundof the Si Yuan Shu Algebra(1) |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | Relationship between and π in the Early Wasan Texts(1) |
YASUTOMI Yuko | Sangaku Recently Found in Iwate Prefecture(1) |
OHTAKE Shigeo | Du Shiran,ed.,"Biography of Ancient Chinese Scientists" |
KOTERA Hiroshi | On the Length of the Cycloid in "Kyusekitsuko" |
《NO.143》 | |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | Relationship between and π in the Early Wasan Texts(2) |
WANG Qingxiang,MAO Dongming | The Philosophical Background of the Si Yuan Shu Algebra(2) |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On Arithmetic Verse of Koshu Area in the "Nichiyo-Sanpoka"(1) |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | On the Method of Calculating the Length of a Sagitta in the "Sanreki-Zakkou" by Takebe Katahiro |
YASUTOMI Yuko | Sangaku Recently Found in Iwate Prefecture(2) |
MUROI Kazuo | The Area of Semicircle in Babylonian Mathematics |
■1995■ | |
《NO.144》 | |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On Arithmetic Verse of Koshu Area in the "Nichiyo-Sanpoka"(2) |
MIYAMOTO Yoshio,TAMURA Saburo | "On the ratio of the circumference 3.16" |
TSUKAHARA Kumiko | On the Definition and the Four Arithmetical Operations of the Complex Numbers by CauchyOHASHI Yukio |
TAMURA Saburo | "On the ratio of the cone 1/2.96" |
《NO.145》 | |
SHIMOURA Yasukuni | The Development of Mathematics in Japan |
UCHIDA Takatoshi | Some extractions of the square and cubic roots(included Taeju-and Soo) in the early Edo Period |
FUJII Sadao | On "Gakushuki" Written by kuwamoto Saijiro |
《NO.146》 | |
SHIMOURA Yasukuni | The Development of Mathematics in Japan |
UCHIDA Takatoshi | Some Extractions of the Square and Cubic Roots(including Taiju and Soo) in the Early Edo Period |
SATO Kenichi | A Sangaku in Akikawa City,Tokyo |
NORII Hachio | On the Properties of the Relation between the Right-Angled Triangle and the Inner Center |
《NO.147》 | |
KITAMURA Naoaki | European Medieval Mathematics and Boethius |
Qingxiang Wang | The Philosophical Background of the Algebra of the Celestrial Element |
SHIMOURA Yasukuni | The Development of Mathematics in Japan |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | Reki San-ka Astronoments and Mathematicians in "Kinsei jinmei roku shusei" |
■1996■ | |
《NO.148》 | |
JOCHI Shigeru | Another "Celestrial Element Method" "The Technique of Acquiring One in Dayan" |
NAKAMURA Nobuya | On the Question of "KANKAI-NO-UTSUWA-ZUSETSU",and the Explanation of it |
NISHIDA Tomomi | A Study on Varied Images of Mathematical Masters(達人) in Tokugawa Period(1) |
SHIMOURA Yasukuni | On "Rokoku-San" |
《NO.149》 | |
UCHIDA Takatoshi | Shosaho and Newton's Interpolation formula |
NISHIDA Tomomi | A Study on Varied Images of Mathematical Masters(達人) in Tokugawa Period(2) |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On "Napier's Rods" in Late Edo-period" |
SHIMOURA Yasukuni | On "Sanjaku kyu-zusu kyu-rotei kyu-sankoenpo" |
《NO.150》 | |
SATO Kenichi | The 150th Issue of the Journal of Mathematics,Japan |
MATSUSHITA Masahiro | Leo the Mathematician in Middle Byzantines Period |
QU Anjing(translated by OHASHI Yukio) | Inverse Function in the Jiyuan Calendar(1106A.D.) |
《NO.151》 | |
WANG Qing-Xiang | Korean Acceptance of "Suan-Xue Qi-Meng" |
TSUKAHARA Kumiko | A Proposal in Employing the History of Mathematics as Teaching Materials The Usefulness and Measures of the History of Mathematics as Practical Cases(2) |
NAOI Isao,IWATA Shiko | Generalization of Malfatti's Problem in Wasan |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | "Rekiko-Zasshu" Regarded as the Work by Takebe Katahiro |
■1997■ | |
《NO.152》 | |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | Concerning the Formula of "Enchu Shichien" Problem and its Solution |
UCHIDA Takatoshi | On "Dajyo Shosano Shinjutsu" |
NEOI Makoto | Report on the Mathematics Textbooks of Secondary Schools in the Meiji era Arithmetic |
NEOI Makoto | Report on the Mathematics Textbooks of Secondary Schools in the Meiji era Algabra |
NEOI Makoto | Report on the Mathematics Textbooks of Secondary Schools in the Meiji era Geometry |
《NO.153》 | |
OHASHI Yukio | Jia Kui's View on Astronomical Constants |
QU Anjing | The Reconstruction of Yixing's Tangent Table (724AD)(translated by Yukio Ohashi) |
ARAI Masao | Consideration on Epochs of the San tong Calendar and Six Si fen Calendars -Derivation of the Olden Epochs Using the Elementary Number Theory- |
YONEMITSU Hinoto | Modern Solution of the "Setu Seki" Problem in Vol.5 of "Shuki Sanpo" |
《NO.154》 | |
NOGUCHI Taisuke,KAWASE Masaomi | On Kanbara Ikkaku Satoyoshi-The Author of "Sankanki" |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | Tokugawa Yoshimune and Calendar |
UCHIDA Takatoshi | On "Konton-Shiki"-On the determunation of the Coefficients in a High Order Equation |
ARAI Masao | Consideration on Epochs of the San tong Calendar and Six Si fen Calendars -Derivation of the Olden Epochs Using the Elementary Number Theory- |
《NO.155》 | |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | Mensuration of Polyhedra by Takakazu Seki |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | On the Sizes and Distances of the Sun and Moon in the "Rekiko-Zassyu" |
■1998■ | |
《NO.156》 | |
XU Zelin | Takebe Katahiro's Invention of the Romberg Algorithm |
TOYA Seiichi | On Small Size Jingoki Published in the 11th years of Kanei |
NEOI Makoto | A Historical Study on Training Courses for Secondary on Training Courses for Secondary School Mathematics Teachers Held by the Ministry of Education before World War |
WANG Qingxiang | Making a Detabase of the English Proper Nouns for the Mathematical History of Japan and China |
《NO.157》 | |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On a Mathematical Principle of a Mutual Financing Association in the Case of "Tengen Sanpo Ridenki" |
V.MISHRA,S.L.SINGH | Values of π from Antiquity to Ramanujan |
NORII Hachio,WANG Qingxiang | A Connection between Kaetsu Shunko and Sakuma Tsuzuki |
《NO.158》 | |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | On the Takakazu Seki's Thought From Approximate Formula of Arc Length in "Kikuyomei Sanpo" into "Kojutsu" |
JOCHI Shigeru | The Making Method of the First Tangent Table in the World in 8th Century,China |
《NO.159》 | |
HAYASHI Takao | Calculation of the Volume of a Jar in the Jinkoki |
NOGUCHI Taisuke, KAWASE Masaomi | The Minagawa's "kikuyomeisanpo" and "Sanposhoritukongenki" |
UCHIDA Takatoshi | From the Newton's Interpolation Formula to "Sho-Sa-Ho"(Difference Quotient) and "Sho-Sa-Mata-jyutsu" |
■1999■ | |
《NO.160》 | |
TSUKAHARA Kumiko | On the Purpose and Method of Using the History of Mathematics in the Learning Process of Mathematics─Some Teeaching Material Involving the History of Calculus as Practical Cases─ |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | On the Senmyo-Reki-Sanpo-Syo preserved in the Ibaraki Prefectural Museum of History |
《NO.161》 | |
V.Misha and S.L.Singh | Incircumscribing Triangles and Cyclic Quadrilaterals in Ancient and Medieval Indian Geometry |
KOBAYSHI Tatsuhiko | On the Root an equation of Higher degree "Ketugisyou Tojitu" by Takakazu SEKI |
| 40th Anniversary issue of the Fundo the founding |
《NO.162》 | |
UCHIDA Takatoshi | On "Enrihokki"─ Comparaison with "Enritetsujutu" |
FENG Lisheng | On the spread and the influence of "Daibiseki Shuky" |
TAKAGI Shigeo | Sei Shonagon Pieces and Tanguram |
《NO.163》 | |
KOTERA Hiroshi | A Study on the generating process of the algorithm in Tengenjyutu |
HINOTO Yonemitu | On Hodoziyosi's "Kansinkosanhenho" and "Kyuenhenkanjutu Kugosyu" |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On a Mathematical Principle of a Mutual Financing Association(2)─in the case of "Tanomoshiko Waritsuke-san Choho-ki"─ |
■2000■ | |
《NO.164》 | |
QU Anjing (translated by Yukio Ohashi) | A Comparison Study of the Models of Eclipse Phrase among Chinese, Indian and Islamic Astronomy |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On a Mathematical Principle of a Mutual Financing Association(3) |
SATO Kenichi | Translation Committee's Reports in Tokyo Sugaku Kaisha in the Early Meiji Period (1) |
HIKITA Nobuhiro | On Jikata Seigen Hiden Roku |
| Report on the Annual Meeting |
《NO.165》 | |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On a Mathematical Principle of a Mutual Financing Association(4)─in the case of "Tanomoshi Shihocho" and others─ |
TANAKA Mitsuru | Tanomoshi in Warozansho and Sanyoki |
NOMURA Echio | Wasan and Sangaku in Nagano Profecture |
SATO Kenichi | Translation Committee's Reports in Tokyo Sugaku Kaisha in the Early Meiji Period (2) |
《NO.166》 | |
KANEKO Tsutomu | On Mawari-kenchi in the "Bundo-yojutsu" |
OHTAKE Shigeo | A Mistake about the First Edition Date of Suan Fa Tong Zong |
SATO Kenichi | Translation Committee's Reports in Tokyo Sugaku Kaisha in the Early Meiji Period (3) |
《NO.167》 | |
SUZUKI Fukuzo | The unexpected connection between "one method for twelve forms" by Tsumugu Sakuma and Ptolemy's theorem |
SATO Kenichi | Translation Committee's Reports in Tokyo Sugaku Kaisha in the Early Meiji Period (4) |
■2001■ | |
《NO.168》 | |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On "MISHONO-ICHI" due to NAKAMURA Masahide─from his "TENGEN-SYODAN TSUIKA SHINRA-TEKITO"─ |
SATO Kenichi | Translation Committee's Reports in Tokyo Sugaku Kaisha in the Early Meiji Period (5) |
OBITURY | |
《NO.169》 | |
YAMADA Etsuro, TAMURA Saburo | The Genealogy of San no Hakuzi |
TANAKA Mitsuru | A Problem on a Mutual Financing Association in KEMMOCHI Shoko's "SAMPO RISOKU ZENSHO" |
TANAKA Mitsuru | KEMMOCHI Shoko's Interpolation in his "SAMPO RISOKU ZENSHO" |
SATO Kenichi | Translation Committee's Reports in Tokyo Sugaku Kaisha in the Early Meiji Period (6) |
《NO.170》 | |
SUZUKI Fukuzo | Approach to the Mistery of the Problem in Kyu-shi Iko |
FUJII Yasuo | The Sum of the Power of Odd Numbers and Development of 1/sin x |
OHNO Eiichi | On the Technique of the Abacus in "ZOUEKI JINKAUKI" |
TANAKA Mitsuru | Is to Study "WASAN" or "WASAN-SHI" Equivalent to Study Mathematics or History of Mathematics? |
《NO.171》 | |
HAYASI Takao | On the title, Jinkoki, of the Mathematical Works(1627) of Mitsuyoshi Yoshida |
MATSUURA Shozo, TANAKA Mitsuru | Supplement of "MISHONO-ICHI" due to NAKAMURA Masahide |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On the Table of Mean Interest and a Problem of HASEGAWA Revised in "SAMPO RISOKU ZENSHO" |
■2002■ | |
《NO.172》 | |
FUKAGAWA Hidetoshi | Katuyo Sanpo : Kakujutu(Seki Takakazu) |
《NO.173,174》 | |
HAYASHI Takao | Mamakodate (Josephus Problem) in and before the Jinkoki |
FU JII Yasuo | The Comment of "Houenkiko |
MIURA Nobuo | Recent Studies in the History of Mathematics:Societies and Journals |
《NO.175,176》 | |
OHNO Eiichi | On the Monetary System of the Edo Period Attested in the " Zoueki Jinkauki " |
FU JII Yasuo | The notes of Kenkisampo |
MIURA Nobuo | Recent Studies in the History of Mathematics:Societies and Journals |
■2003■ | |
《NO.177》 | |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | On the Kokon-tsuran Kakujutsu-hikai and the Syuki-sanp~ 'Kohai-kai " |
FUKAGAWA Hidetoshi | Numerical So]ution of x^{3}= 2^{119 }in the traditional Japanese Mathematics book "Jinkouki" |
《NO.178》 | |
UEKI Ichiro | With what mathematical infinities were the contradictons in the evolution of physics represented? |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On three Words "Katachi","Ri" and "Waza" used by Wasanist |
《NO.179》 | |
XU Zelin | A Comparison of Mathematics between the Orient and the West : On cognition of irrational number and classification of Real number |
TANAKA Mitsuru | Chinese Character "Ho" and "Cho" in History of Mathematics |
KOTERA Hiroshi | A misconstruction of a problem in "Sanpo Tenseihosinan |
QU Anjing (translated by JOCHI Shigeru) | The Third Approach to the History of Mathematics in China |
OHASHI Yukio | On the 7'" International Conference on the History of Science and Technology of Minority Nationalities (2004, Beijing and Chengdu) |
■2004■ | |
《NO.180》 | |
XU Zelin | Shoyakujutsu of Wasan and Diophantine Apporoximation and their headwaters in Chinese traditional mathematics |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On "RIKEI NO KABE" by Mr.Y. TAKAYANAGI |
AHN Daeok | An Armillary Sphere of Korea's Chosun Dynasty in the 1 8th Century On Bae Sang-Yeol 's Wooden Armillary Sphere |
OHASHI Yukio | On the Chinese interpolation |
KOBAYASHI Hirotaka | NAGANO WASAN STUDY SOCIETY |
《NO.181》 | |
HAYASHI Takao | The Great Buddha's Hall in the Jinkoki |
FUJII Yasuo | Nakane Genkei's "Shichijyoubeki-enshiki " |
YASUTOMI Yuukou | IWATE WASAN STUDY SOCIETY |
OHASHI Yukio | On the 5th International Conference on Oriental Astronomy |
《NO.182》 | |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | On the Kohai-Setsuyaku-sh~ regarded as the work of Katahiro Takebe |
OHNO Eiichi | Elements (Bookl) in modern expression (1) |
《NO.183》 | |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | On the Infinite Series in the Shuki-Sanpo |
OHNO Eiichi | Elements (Bookl) in modern expression (2) |
KOBAYASHI Hideo | YAMANASHIKEN Kyodo Sugaku Study Society |
■2005■ | |
《NO.184》 | |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | Facsimile reprint ofthe Kohai-Setsuyaku-shu Vol. I |
HAYASHI Takao | Supplement to 'On the Title Jinkoki ofthe Mathematical Work of Mitsuyoshi Yoshida' |
OZONE Jun | Wasan, Origami and Fixed Point Theorem |
TANAKA Shotaro | Start and Finish of the Concept : Ou =k/n (1≦k≦n) ―An aspect of Foundations of Wada's Enri-gaku― |
FUJII Yasuo | Taisanji's Sangaku in Matsuyama City Ehime Prefecture and "Sanpou jyojyutsu" |
OHASHI Yukio | International conferences on the history of mathematics and astronomy held in the summer 2005 |
《NO.185》 | |
NAGAI Hiroyuki | Some useful suggestions for beginners on Wasan |
NAKAMURA Yukio | Digression of Scientific or Mathematical History in Japan Introduction of Published Materials |
TANAKA Hideaki | A New Approach to Taking pictures of SANGAKU |
OTAKE Shigeo | To Write The Biography of Specialists in Wasan |
MATSUMOTO Toshio | About What I think while studying the History old Japanese Mathematics |
TANAKA Mitsuru | Memories or Impressions in Studying Wasan |
TAKENOUCHI Osamu | Another Approach to Customary Interpretation |
KIITAHARA Isao | Kanshinko-sanpen and Inversion |
OHASHI Yukio | An Invitation to the history ofcalendars in Japan, with special reference to the Senmyo calendar and the Jyokyo calendar |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | Facsimile reprint of the Kohai-Setsuyaku-shu, Vol.2 |
YASUTOMI Yuukou | Four Sangaku (phase of mathematics) contirmed newly |
ARASHI Toshio | The Activity ofthe Kanagawa Wasan Research Institution |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | Supplement to "On the Kohai-Setsuyaku-shu Vol.2 regarded as the work of Katahiro Takebe |
《NO.186》 | |
SATO Kenichi | Some useful suggestions for beginners on Wasan |
YONEMITSU Hinoto | On the Studying "Wasan" |
WATANABE Masamichi | Studying "Wasan" with High-School Students-Report about Math.class |
TANAKA Shotaro | Which is the Originator of Matsunaga's second Formula, Himself or Brahmegupta |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | Facsimile reprint of the Kohai-Setsuyaku-shu, Vol.3 |
《NO.187》 | |
MIYAJI Toshihiko | A Look into The Plame Trigonometry Textbook by Matazho Endo |
SHIRASAKA Shigeshi | On a Position of Morley's Triangle |
HONJYO Ryosuke | The existent manuscript in the fief of lzushi |
YOSHIMOTO Koji | Yakushi-zan : "The Application ofVariable Expressions" for Seventh Graders |
HIRATA Koichi | Sangaku : as ways of teaching materials for geometric constructions |
■2006■ | |
《NO.188》 | |
TAKENOUCHI Osamu | Early Method (cal760) of Finding Circular Arc Length Due to Seki Takakazu and Takebe Katahiro |
FUJII Yasuo | Solution ofthe "Yojyutu" second problem in Vol.2 of "Syuki Sanpo" |
YONEMITSU Hinoto | Development from Seki-Takakazu equation theorem to high school math |
YHIRAOKA Kenji, NAGATA Tosio | The Synthetic Division and the Equation of Tangent |
YONEMITSU Hinoto | The exercise collection I OO problems (No.1) (The basic problem of Wasan) |
《NO.189》 | |
KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko | Sokuryo Sankaku-Wakumon by Masayasu Sato and Ran-san, Dutch Mathematics |
HIROSE Yasuo, KAWASE Masaomi | A modern explanation of "Senkan Method" from Seki Takakazu's Katsuyou Sampou |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | The auther of the Kohaijutsu and Sanreki-Zakko |
NUKATA Akiko | The determination of a former holder of the Kohai-setsuyaku-shu by the Stamp put on it |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | Supplement to "The determination of a former holder of the Kohai-setsuyaku-shu by the Stamp put on it" |
《NO.190》 | |
YONEZAWA Makoto | An introduction to the bibliography of pre-modern Japanese books for researchers of Japanese mathematics in Edo period |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | Introduction of some advanced studies by Itaru IMAI |
SUGIMOTO Toshio | A tentative solution of a crucial point in process ofextracting cubic roots |
HIROSE Yasuo, KAWASE Masaomi | Approximate Solutions of Seki Takakazu's Hatubi Sanpou |
YASUTOMI Yuukou | A Report on the Second Japan Society for the Study of Wasan |
《NO.191》 | |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On Some Problems of KUKEI-TETSUJUTSU in KAKUDO'S ENRI KIKU-SAMPO |
OHNO Eiichi | Elements (Book2) in modern expression |
WATANABE Masamichi | Report on EHIME WASAN Group |
■2007■ | |
《NO.192》 | |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | Translation and annotations of a part of Section indefinie des Arcs circulaires En telle 1'aison qu 'on voudra, avec la mani~re d 'en deduire les Sinus, &c. by Jakob Bernoulli |
HIROSE Yasuo, KAWASE Masaomi | An Application of Sanpo-jyojyutsu Formulas to "Souganji-sangaku Problem" |
YONEMITSU Hinoto | The exercise collection I OO problems (N0.2) (The basic problem of Wasan) |
MIURA Nobuo | Current Studies in the History of Mathematics |
《NO.193》 | |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On "Ruijo kaiho sanka-jutsu" in TOUSEI KAISANKI and A Problem of dedicated Mathematical Tablet |
OHNO Eiichi | Elements (book3) in modern expression (N0.1) |
YONEMITSU Hinoto | The exercise collection I OO problems (N0.3) |
《NO.194》 | |
KAWAHARA Hideki | Mathematics in the End of the Choson Dynasty |
SUGIMOTO Toshio | Solving method of a difficult problem concerning periodic decimals,Part one. |
OHNO Eiichi | Elements (Book3) in modern expression (No.2) |
《NO.195》 | |
TANAKA Mitsuru | 0n Problem No.3-No.5 of KUKEI-TETSUJUTSU in KAKUDO'S ENRI KIKU-SAMPO |
OHNO Eiichi | Elements (Book3) in modern expression (No.3) |
GUO Shirong,FENG Lisheng(translation:MORIMOTO Mitsuo) | Professor Li Di and the History of Science and Technology in China |
WATANABE Masamichi | A Report on the Third Japan Society for the Study of Wasan |
■2008■ | |
《NO.196》 | |
SUGIMOTO Toshio | Solving method of a difficult problem concerning periodic decimals,Part two. |
XUZelin (translation:MORIMOTO Mitsuo) | Nationalism and East Asian Mathematical Historiography. |
OHNO Eiichi | Elements (Book3) in modern expression (No.4) |
NAKAMURA Yukio | Report on GUNMAKEN WASAN Group―In connection with the 4th Japan Society for the study of wasan |
《NO.197》 | |
SA RI NA | The Introduction of Euler's Mathematical Works in Early Meiji Japan:The Case of Nagamune JINB0'S Kunten Version of Daisu-jutsu |
HARIKAE Toshio | Suan-shu shu"一The oldest book of Mathematics in China |
TAMURA Makoto | 0n Deinite meaning of the section "yingi" of the unearthed "Suanshu-shu" 一Qualty inspection of lecquer in ancient China一 |
TANAKA Mitsuru | 0n Problem No.6 of KUKEI-TETSUJUTSU in KAKUDO'S ENRI KIKU-SAMPO |
《NO.198》 | |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | Yangli and Yinli in the calculation of solar eclipses by the Xuanming Caledar |
TANAKA Mitsuru | 0n Problem No.7 of KUKEI-TETSUJUTSU in KAKUDO'S ENRI KIKU-SAMPO |
SUGIMOTO Toshio | Solving method of a difficult problem concerning periodic decimals,Part three. |
| Report on the Annual Meeting |
《NO.199》 | |
KINOSHITA Hiroshi | Terao Hisashi and Old Japanese Mathematics |
TANAKA Mitsuru | 0n Tables of Numerical Coefficient to Problem No.7 of KUKEI-TETSUJUTSU in KAKUDO'S ENRI KIKU-SAMPO |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On Problem No.8, No.9 of KUKEI-TETSUJUTSU in KAKUDO'S ENRI KIKU-SAMPO |
WATANABE Masamichi | A Note on Sanjutu Buttai Saikai by Yamauchi Shogoro |
■2009■ | |
《NO.200》 | |
SATO Kenichi | Mathematicians who served Naito family |
MAJIMA Hideyuki | Disclosed Facts Concerning SEKI Takakazu on the Occasion of the 300th Anniversary of His Death |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | A formula for the square of an arc by Seki Takakazu and the second formula |
MORIMOTO Mitsuo | On tIle non-unique solutions in the Kokon Sanpoki (1671) |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On Problem No.10 of KUKEI-TETSUJUTSU in KAKUDO'S ENRI KIKU-SAMPO |
KITAHARA Isao | Invitetion to Ensen-Icchi-Jutsu |
YONEMITSU Hinoto | Report on NAGASAKI WASAN Group-In connection with the 5lh Japan Society for the Study of WASAN |
《NO.201》 | |
MORIMOTO Mitsuo | On the Suanxue Qimeng (1299) |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On Problem No.1, No.2 of KIKEI-TETSUJUTSU in KAKUDO' S ENRI KIKU-SAMPO |
KOTERA Hiroshi | SUGAKUSHI KENKYU Full Contents No.1〜No.200 |
《NO.202》 | |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | Comparative study ofthe methods for calculating
logarithmic and antilogarithmic values by John Long and Naonobu AJIMA |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On Problem No.3, No.4, No.5, No.7 and, No.9 of KUKEI-TETSUJUTSU in KAKUDO' S ENRI KIKU-SAMPO |
| Report on the Annual Meeting |
《NO.203》 | |
TAKESAKO Shinobu | The method of solar eclipse prediction by Yuan Jia Calendar and investigation of solar eclipse records in Japan |
TANAKA Mitsuru | On Problem No.6, No.8, No.IO and No.ll, No.12 of KIKEI-TETSUJUTSU in KAKUDO' S ENRI KIKU-SAMPO |
KOTERA Hiroshi | Crossing 28 bridges in Osaka |
■2010■ | |
《NO.204》Celebration of the 50th anniversary of the History of Mathematics Society of Japan | |
SATO Kenichi | Opening Speech |
TANAKA Shotaro | Let's be glad ofthe 50th anniversary-two personal relations- |
TANAKA Mitsuru | Memory of a tail-runner |
TSUKAHARA Kumiko | Activity to spread history of mathematics in mathematics education |
NAKAMURA Yukio | The history of Mathematics Society of Japan and I |
NAKAYAMA Masazo | A member of the Society of the History of Japanese Mathematics |
NOGUCHI Taisuke | Memories offounding time of the History of Mathematics Society of Japan |
MAKINO Masahiro | My Relationship with the History of Mathematics Society of Japan |
YONEMITSU Hinoto | On the 50th anniversary of the History of Mathematics Society of Japan |
SATO Kenichi | 50 years of the History of Mathematics Society of Japan |
MAJIMA Hideyuki | On the personal record of Seki Shinsuke Takakazu written in some directory of the Kofu clan |
SUGIMOTO Toshio | Finding a volume of solid withcut, flat planes, studied by Seki Takakazu |
KAWASE Masaomi | The 6th National Convention of Wasan study, Kanagawa prefecture convention "Preservation and tradition of Wasan" |
《NO.205》 | |
TAKESAKO Shinobu | The Method of solar eclipse prediction by Linde Calendar and investigation of solar eclipse records in Japan |
TANIMOTO Kenji | Tokuhisa Tomohiro, an Old Japanese Mathematician of Uwajima-Han in Iyo province -A consideration of SOKUTEN GIKAI-JO- |
TANAKA Shotaro | Founding Process of Suida Theory by T.Seki |
HONDA Kinya | Manlike Teiji Takagi |
《NO.206》 | |
TANIMOTO Kenji | "JUJIKANKAI" by Tokuhisa Sadanosuke, a vassal of Uwajima-Han -A consideration of definite integral
in Old Japanese Mathematics |
XU Zelin (Translation; MORIMOTO Mitsuo) | Takebe Katahiro's Epistemology of Mathematics |
| Report on the Annual Meeting |
《NO.207》 | |
SARI NA | The Chinese Overseas Student's Mathematics Education in Tokyo Daido Gakko |
XU Zelin | Japanese traditional geometry and their headwaters in Chinese traditional mathematics |
MIYAMOTO Toshimitsu | Elementary mathematical proof about the uncertainty existing HAYASHI SHIHEI devised ground
horizontal sundial |
■2011■ | |
《NO.208》 | |
TAKESAKO Shinobu | The method of solar eclipse prediction and investigation of dating by Dayan Calendar in Japan |
MIYAMOTO Toshimitsu | A Study of content configuration method based on Meiji era arithmetic textbook counted principle |
MIYAMOTO Toshimitsu | Analysis based on arithmetic textbook from the Meiji period intuitive principle |
TONAMI Takuo | Report on TOYAMA WASAN Group-In connection with the 7th Japan Society for the Study of WASAN |
《NO.209》 | |
YOKOTSUKA Hiroyuki | On the calculation of pi contained in the Kohai-Setsuyaku-shu regarded as the work ofTAKEBE Katahiro |
FUJII Yasuo | A extension of a problem "Sanpou Tenseihousinan Vol.4 No156,157" |
FUJII Yasuo | "Sanpou Zenkei (Daseki) "by Matunaga Yosisuke (1) |
| Report on the Annual Meeting |
《NO.210》 | |
MIYAMOTO Toshimitsu | Historical consideration concerning teaching practice of "Kangaekata Kenkyusha"
from the Meiji era and Taishou era period |
FUJII Yasuo | "Sanpou Zenkei (Daseki) "by Matunaga Yosisuke (2) |
Book Review | |
OHASHI Yukio | A Review of Chosen-suigakushi by KAWAHARA Hideki |
YOSHIYAMA Seisho | History of Science and Technology in China
Compiled by Guo Shuchun & Li Zhaohua |