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Chronology of Mathematicians and Mathematical Works



    Early traditional texts

    These developed in a gradual accumulation of material over centuries. The dates given are roughly when they reached their final form.
  • Suan shu shu (A Book on Arithmetic) (c. 180 B.C.E.). A book of bamboo strips found in 1984 near Jiangling in Hubei province.
  • Zhoubi suanjing (The Arithmetical Classic of the Gnomon and the Circular Paths of Heaven) (c. 100 B.C.E.-c. 100 C.E.)
  • Jiuzhang suanshu (Nine Chapters of the Mathematical Art) (c. 100 B.C.E.-50 C.E.)
    The development of mathematics
  • Zhang Heng (78-139)

    • Ling xian (Spiritual Constitution of the Universe)

  • Liu Hong (fl. 178-187)

    • Qian xiang li (Calendrical Science Based on the Celestial Appearances) (178-187)

  • Wang Fan (217-257)
  • Sun Zi (c. 250?)

    • Sunzi suanjing (Master Sun's Mathematical Manual)

  • Zhao Shuang (Jun Qing) (c. 260)

    • Zhoubi suanjing zhu (Commentary on the `Zhoubi Suanjing')

  • Liu Hui (c. 263)

    • Jiushang suanshu zhu (Commentary on the `Nine Chapters of the Mathematical Art')
    • Haidao suanjing (Sea Island Mathematical Manual)

  • Xiahou Yang (c. 350?)

    • Xiahou Yang suanjing (Xiahou Yang's Mathematical Manual)

  • Zhang Qiujian (c. 450?)

    • Zhang Qiujian suanjing (Zhang Qiujian's Mathematical Manual)

  • Zu Chongzhi (Wenyuan) (429-500)

    • Da ming li (Da Ming Calendar) (462)
    • Zhui shu (Method of Interpolation)
    • Jiuzhang shu yi zhu (Commentary on the Methods and Essence of the `Nine Chapters')
    • Chong cha zhu (Commentary on Double Differences)

  • Zu Geng

    • Zhui shu (Method of Interpolation)

  • Zhen Luan (Shuzun) (fl. 566)

    • Tian he li (Tian He Calendar) (462)
    • Wucao suanjing (Mathematical Manual of the Five Government Departments)
    • Wujing suanshu (Arithmetic in Five Classics)
    • Shushu juji (Memoir on some Traditions of Mathematical Art)

  • Liu Zhuo (544-610)

    • Huang ji li (Imperial Standard Calendar) (600)

  • Wang Xiaotong (fl. 625)

    • Xugu suanjing (Continuation of Ancient Mathematics)

  • Li Chunfeng (fl. 664)

    • Edited the Shibu suanjing (Ten Books of Mathematical Classics) .
      This collection included the Jiuzhang suanshu (Nine Chapters of the Mathematical Art), Haidao suanjing (Sea Island Mathematical Manual), Sunzi suanjing (Master Sun's Mathematical Manual), Wucao suanjing (Mathematical Manual of the Five Government Departments), Wujing suanshu (Arithmetic in Five Classics), Zhang Qiujian suanjing (Zhang Qiujian's Mathematical Manual), Xiahou Yang suanjing (Xiahou Yang's Mathematical Manual), Zhui shu (Method of Interpolation), and Xugu suanjing (Continuation of Ancient Mathematics).

  • Yi Xing (683-727)

    • Da yan li (Da Yan Calendar) (727)

  • Levensita (fl. 718)

    • Jiu zhi li (Catching Nines Calendar) (718) translated from an Indian work

    Three century interlude

    followed by
    The zenith of mathematical development


  • Jia Xian (c. 1050)

    • Jia Xian suanjing (Jia Xian's Mathematical Manual)

  • Shen Kuo (1031-1095)

    • Meng qu bi tan (Dream Pool Essays)

  • Li Zhi (Li Ye) (Jingzhai) (1192-1279)

    • Ceyuan haijing (Sea Mirror of Circle Measurements) (1248)
    • Yigu yanduan (New Steps in Computation) (1259)

  • Liu Yi (fl. c. 1225)

    • Yigu genyuan (Discussion of the Old Sources)

  • Qin Jiushao (Daogu) (c. 1202-c. 1261)

    • Shiushu jiuzhang (Mathemtaical Treatise in Nine Sections) (1247)

  • Guo Shoujing (1231-1316)
  • Yang Hui (Qianguang) (fl. 1261-1275)

    • Xiangjie jiuzhang suanfa (A Detailed Analysis of the Mathematical Methods in the `Nine Chapters') (1261)
    • Riyong suan fa (Computing Methods for Daily Use) (1262)
    • Yang Hui suan fa (Yang Hui's Methods of Computation) (1274)
    • Fasuan qu yong ben mo (Alpha and Omega of a Selection on the Applications of Arithmetical Methods (1274)
    • Xugu zhaiqi suan fa (Continuation of Ancient Mathematical Methods for Elucidating the Strange [Properties of Numbers]) (1275)
    • Jiuzhang suan fa zuan lei (Reclassification of the Mathematical Methods in the `Nine Chapters')
    • Tian mu bi lei cheng chu jie fa (Practical Rules of Arithmetic for Surveying) (1275)
    • Cheng chu tong bian suan bao (Precious Reckoner for Variations of Multiplication and Division)

  • Wang Xun (1235-1281)
  • Shou shi li (Works and Days Calendar), Guo Shoujing, Wang Xun, and others. (1280).
  • Zhu Shijie (Hanqing, Songting) (fl. 1280-1303)

    • Suan xue qi meng (Introduction to Mathematical Studies) (1299) There is a Japanese edition of 1658.
    • Siyuan yujian (Precious Mirror of the Four Elements) (1303)

    The decline of mathematics


  • Sha keshi (fl. 1321)

    • He fang tong yi (On the Prevention of River Flooding) (1321)

  • Ding Ju (fl. 1355)

    • Ding ju suan fa (Ding Ju's Arithmetical Methods) (1355)

  • He Pingzi (fl. 1373)

    • Xiangming suan fa (Explanations of Arithmetic) (1373)

  • Liu Shilong (fl. 1424)

    • Jiu zhang tong ming suanfa (Methods of Calculation in the `Nine Chapters') (1424)

  • Wu Jing (fl. 1450)

    • Jiu zhang suan fa bi lei da quan (Complete Description of the `Nine Chapters' on Arithmetical Techniques) (1450)

  • Wang Wensu (fl. 1524)

    • Suan xue baojian (Precious Mirror of Mathematics) (1524)

  • Xu Xinlu

    • Pan zhu suan fa (Method of Calculating on an Abacus) (1573)

  • Ke Sangquin (fl. 1578)

    • Shu xue tong gui (Rules of mathematics) (1578)

  • Matteo Ricci (1552-1610)
  • Niccolo Longobardi (1559-1654)
  • Xu Guangqi (Zixian, Xuanhu) (1562-1633)
  • Li Zhizao (Zhenzhi) (1565-1630)
    Introduction of Western Mathematics
  • Cheng Dawei (Rusi, Binqu)(fl. 1592)

    • Suan fa tong zong (Systematic Treatise on Arithmetic) (1592) Reprinted in Japan in 1675.
    • Zhi zhi uan fa tong zong (Postscript to the Systematic Treatise on Arithmetic) (1592)
    • Suan fa zuan yao (Highlights of Calculation Methods (1598)

  • Huang Longyi (fl. 1604)

    • Suan fa ji nan (Directory of Calculation Methods) (1604)

  • Johann Terrenz Schreck (1576-1630)

    • Da ce (Complete Surveying)
    • Ge tu ba xian biao (Tables of Trigonometric Functions) (1631)
    • Ce tian yue shuo (Brief Description of the Measurement of the Heavens)

  • Li Tianjing (1579-1659)
  • Translation of euclid.html">Euclid's Elements, first six books, Matteo Ricci and Xu Guangqi (1607)
  • Giulio Aleni (1582-1649)

    • Ji he yao fa (Essentials of Geometry)

  • Johann Adam Schall von Bell (1591-1666)
  • Giacomo Rho (1593-1638)

    • Chou suan (Napier's Bones) (1628)
    • Ce liang quan yi (Complete Theory of Surveying) (1631)
    • Bi li gui jie (Manual for proportional dividers) (1631)

  • Tong wen suan zhi (Treatise on European Arithmetic) an edited translation of Clavius's Epitome of Practical Arithmetic, Matteo Ricci and Li Zhizao (1631)
  • Chong zhen li shu (Chong Zhen Reign Treatise on Astronomy and Calendrical Science). (1631-1634).
    A collection of 137 books in five submissions edited by Xu Guanqi and Li Tianjing with support of many others. It included Aleni's Ji he yao fa (Essentials of Geometry); Terrenz's Da ce (Complete Surveying), Ge tu ba xian biao (Tables of Trigonometric Functions), and Ce tian yue shuo (Brief Description of the Measurement of the Heavens); and Rho's Ce liang quan yi (Complete Theory of Surveying), Bi li gui jie (Manual for proportional dividers), and Chou suan (Napier's Bones).
  • Jean Nicolas Smogulecki (1611-1656)
  • Xi yang xin fa li shu (Treatise on Astronomy and Calendrical Science According to the New Western Methods).
    A collection of 100 books in 17 volumes emended by Schall von Bell from the Chong zhen li shu (Chong Zhen Reign Treatise on Astronomy and Calendrical Science) (1645)
  • Xue Fengzuo (d. 1680)
  • Fang Zhongtong (1633-1698)
  • Li xue hui tong (Understanding Calendar Making) (1652-1654)
    A collection of books published by Smogulecki and Xue Fengzuo. Included are

    • Bi li si xian xin biao (New Tables for Four Logarithmic Trigonometric Functions)
    • Bi li dui shu biao (Logarithm Tables with Explanations)
    • San jiaofa (Essentials of Trigonometry) (1653)

  • Tian bu zhen yuan (True Course of Celestial Motions) (1653)
    A collection of books written by Smogulecki and Xue Fengzuo. Includes

    • San jiao suan fa (Method of Trigonometrical Calculations)

  • Mei Wending (Dingjiu, Wu'an) (1633-1721)

    • See Mei Juecheng, Mei shi congshu jiyao (Collected Works of the Mei Family) for publication of Mei Wending's written comments on mathematics

  • Shu li jing yun (Collected Basic Principles of Mathematics) (1723).
    Supervised by Emperor Kang Xi (Aixinjueluo) (1654-1722), edited by Mei Juecheng, Chen Houyao, He Guozong, Ming Antu, Mei Wending, and others.
  • Mei Juecheng

    • In 1761, Mei Juecheng complied Mei Wending's written commentaries into the Mei shi congshu jiyao (Collected Works of the Mei Family). It included several works on mathematics: Bisuan (Pen Calculations), Chou suan (Napier's bones), Du suan shi li (Proportional Dividers), Shao guang shi yi (Supplement to `What Width'), Fang cheng lun (Theory of Rectangular Arrays), Gougu ju yu (Right-angled Triangles), Jihe tong jie (Explanations in Geometry), Ping san jiao ju yao (Elements of Plane Trigonometry), Fang yuan mi ji (Squares and Circles, Cubes and Spheres), Jihe bu bian (Supplement to Geometry), Hu san jiao ju yao (Elements of Spherical Trigonometry), Huan zhong shu chi (Geodesy), and Qiandu celiang (Surveying Solids).

    Mathematics under the "Closed Door" Policy


  • Chen Shiren (1676-1722)

    • Shao guang bu yi (Supplement to `What Width')

  • Ming Antu (d. 1765)

    • Suanjing shishu (Ten Mathematical Manuals) (1773)
    • Ge yuan mi lu jie fa (Quick Method for Determining Close Ratios in Circle Division) (1774)

  • Jiao Xun (1763-1820)

    • Da yan qiu yi shu (Technique for Finding 1 by the Great Extension)

  • Ruan Yuan (1764-1849)
  • Wang Lai (Xiaoying, Hengzhai) (1768-1813)

    • Hengzhai suanxue (Hengzhai's Mathematics)
    • Hengahai yi shu (Unpublished Works of Hengzhai) (1834, edited by Xia Xie)

  • Chou ren zhuan (Biographies of Mathematicians and Astronomers) (1795-1799). Edited by Ruan Yuan.
  • Li Huang (d. 1811)

    • Jiuzhang suanshu xi cao tu shuo (Careful Explanation of the `Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art')
    • Haidao suanjing xi cao tu shuo (Careful Explanation of the `Sea Island Mathematical Manual')
    • Xu gu suanjing kao zhu (Commentary on the `Continuation of Ancient Mathematical Methods for Elucidating the Strange [Properties of Numbers]')

  • Li Rui (Shangzhi, Sixiang) (1773-1817)

    • Li shi suan xue yi shu (Collected Mathematical Works of Li Rui)

  • Luo Tengfeng

    • Yi you lu (Records of the Art of Learning) (1815)

  • Xiang Mingda (1789-1850)

    • Xiang shu yi yuan (The Source of Series) (1888, edited by Dai Xu)

  • Luo Shilin (1789-1853)

    • Siyuan yujian xicao (Commentary on the `Precious Mirror of the Four Elements') (1836)

  • Dong Youcheng (Fangli) (1791-1823)

    • Ge yuan mi lu tu jie (Explanation for the `Determination of Close Ratios in Circle Division')

  • Gu Guanjuang (1799-1862)

    • Zhoubi suanjing xiao kan ji (A Textual Criticism of the `Zhoubi Suanjing')

  • Shen Qinpei (fl. 1829)

    • Siyuan yujian xicao (Commentary on the `Precious Mirror of the Four Elements') (1829)

  • Zhang Dunren (fl. 1831)

    • Qiu yi suan shu (Techniques of Finding 1) (1831)

  • Dai Xu (1805-1860)

    • Dai shu jian fa (Concise Technique of Logarithms) (1846)

    International Mathematics in China


  • Li Shanlan (Renshu, Qiuren) (1811-1882)

    • Duo ji bi lei (Sums of Piles of Various Types)
    • Fang yuan chan you (Explanation of the Square and the Circle)
    • Hu shi qi mi (Unveiling the Secrets of Arc and Sagitta)
    • Dui shu tan yuan (Seeking the Source of Logarithms)
    • Several translations of Western mathematics (1852-1866)

  • Hua Hengfan (Ruo Ting) (1833-1902)

    • Xingsu xuan suan (Mathematical Papers form the Xing Su Study)
    • Several translations of Western mathematics (1868-1886)

  • Shi Richun

    • Qiu yi shu zhi (Path to the Technique of Finding 1) (1873)

  • Huang Zongxian

    • Qiu yi shu tong jie (Explanation of the Technique of Finding 1) (1873)


Reference : http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/china.html

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