References for Augustin-Louis Cauchy

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  1. H Freudenthal, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-2830900822.html
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9021867/Augustin-Louis-Baron-Cauchy

Books:

  1. B Belhoste, Cauchy. Un mathématicien légitimiste au XIXe siècle (Paris, 1985).
  2. B Belhoste, Augustin-Louis Cauchy. A Biography (New York, 1991).
  3. J V Grabiner, The Origins of Cauchy's Rigorous Calculus (Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1981).
  4. L Novy, Cauchy, in H Wussing and W Arnold, Biographien bedeutender Mathematiker (Berlin, 1983).
  5. C A Valson, La vie et les travaux du baron Cauchy (Paris, 1868).

Articles:

  1. A N Bogolyubov, Augustin Cauchy and his contribution to mechanics and physics (Russian), Studies in the history of physics and mechanics, 'Nauka' (Moscow, 1988), 179-201.
  2. N Cutland, C Kessler, E Kopp and D Ross, On Cauchy's notion of infinitesimal, British J. Philos. Sci. 39 (3) (1988), 375-378.
  3. A Dahan-Dalmedico, Les travaux de Cauchy sur les substitutions : étude de son approche du concept de groupe, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 23 (4) (1980/81), 279-319.
  4. A Dahan-Dalmedico, Étude des méthodes et des 'styles' de mathématisation : la science de l'élasticité, in R Rashed (ed.), Sciences à l'Epoque de la Révolution Française. Recherches Historiques (Paris, 1988), 349-442.
  5. A Dahan-Dalmedico, La mathématisation de la théorie de l'élasticité par A L Cauchy et les débats dans la physique mathématique française (1800-1840), Sciences et Techniques en Perspective 9 (1984-85), 1-100.
  6. A Dahan-Dalmedico, La propagation des ondes en eau profonde et ses développements mathématiques (Poisson, Cauchy, 1815-1825), in The history of modern mathematics II (Boston, MA, 1989), 129-168.
  7. A Dahan-Dalmedico, L'intégration des équations aux dérivées partielles linéaires à coefficients constants dans les travaux de Cauchy (1821-1830), Études sur Cauchy (1789-1857), Rev. Histoire Sci. 45 (1) (1992), 83-114.
  8. J M Dubbey, Cauchy's contribution to the establishment of the calculus, Ann. of Sci. 22 (1966), 61-67.
  9. G Fisher, Cauchy and the infinitely small, Historia Mathematica 5 (1978), 313-331.
  10. G Fisher, Cauchy's variables and orders of the infinitely small, British J. Philos. Sci. 30 (3) (1979), 261-265.
  11. H Freudenthal, Did Cauchy plagiarise Bolzano, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 7 (1971), 375-392.
  12. P Gario, Cauchy's theorem on the rigidity of convex polyhedra (Italian), Archimede 33 (1-2) (1981), 53-69.
  13. C Gilain, Cauchy et le cours d'analyse de l'École Polytechnique, Bull. Soc. Amis Bibl. École Polytech. (5) (1989), 1-145.
  14. J V Grabiner, Who gave you the epsilon? Cauchy and the origins of rigorous calculus, Amer. Math. Monthly 90 (3) (1983), 185-194.
  15. J V Grabiner, The origins of Cauchy's theory of the derivative, Historia Math. 5 (4) (1978), 379-409.
  16. I Grattan-Guinness, Bolzano, Cauchy and the 'new analysis' of the early nineteenth century, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 6 (1970), 372-400.
  17. I Grattan-Guinness, The Cauchy - Stokes - Seidel story on uniform convergence again : was there a fourth man?, Bull. Soc. Math. Belg. Sér. A 38 (1986), 225-235.
  18. I Grattan-Guinness, On the publication of the last volume of the works of Augustin Cauchy, Janus 62 (1-3) (1975), 179-191.
  19. J Gray, Cauchy - elliptic and abelian integrals, Études sur Cauchy (1789-1857), Rev. Histoire Sci. 45 (1) (1992), 69-81.
  20. Z L Gui and D F Zhao, Augustin-Louis Cauchy : an outstanding mathematician (Chinese), J. Central China Normal Univ. Natur. Sci. 23 (4) (1989), 597-602.
  21. T Hawkins, Cauchy and the spectral theory of matrices, Historia Mathematica 2 (1975), 1-29.
  22. T Koetsier, Cauchy's rigorous calculus : a revolution in Kuhn's sense?, Nieuw Arch. Wisk. (4) 5 (3) (1987), 335-354.
  23. D Laugwitz, Infinitely small quantities in Cauchy's textbooks, Historia Math. 14 (3) (1987), 258-274.
  24. S X Luo, Cauchy - a highly productive master of mathematics (Chinese), Math. Practice Theory (3) (1987), 87-91.
  25. P M Neumann, On the date of Cauchy's contributions to the founding of the theory of groups, Bull. Austral. Math. Soc. 40 (2) (1989), 293-302.
  26. K Rychlik, Un manuscrit de Cauchy aux archives de l'académie tchécoslovaque des Sciences, Czechoslovak Math. J. 7 (82) (1957), 479-481.
  27. H Sinaceur, Cauchy, Sturm et les racines des équations, Études sur Cauchy (1789-1857), Rev. Histoire Sci. 45 (1) (1992), 51-67.
  28. H Sinaceur, Cauchy et Bolzano, Rev. Histoire Sci. Appl. 26 (2) (1973), 97-112.
  29. F Smithies, Cauchy's conception of rigor in analysis, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 36 (1986), 41-61.
  30. F Smithies, The background to Cauchy's definition of the integral, Math. Centre Tracts 149 (Amsterdam, 1982), 93-100.
  31. D Struik and R Struik, Cauchy and Bolzano in Prague, Isis 11 (1928), 364-366.
  32. R Taton, Sur les relations scientifiques d'Augustin Cauchy et d'Évariste Galois, Rev. Histoire Sci. Appl. 24 (2) (1971), 123-148.
  33. A Terracini, Cauchy a Torino, Univ. e Politec. Torino. Rend. Sem. Mat. 16 (1956/1957), 159-203.
  34. C A Truesdell, Cauchy and the modern mechanics of continua, Rev. Histoire Sci. 45 (1) (1992), 5-24.
  35. C A Truesdell, Cauchy's first attempt at molecular theory of elasticity, Boll. Storia Sci. Mat. 1 (2) (1981), 133-143.

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