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1. Japanese Theorem  From MathWorld According to an ancient custom of japanese mathematicians, this theorem was a Sangaku problem inscribed on tablets hung in a Japanese temple to honor the gods and http://mathworld.wolfram.com/JapaneseTheorem.html  

2. An Old Japanese Problem Geometry, first published in 1929 he reports (on page 193 of the Dover edition,1960) on the ancient custom by japanese mathematicians of inscribing their http://www.cuttheknot.org/proofs/jap.shtml  

3. Title translating Western mathematics into Japanese. How had japanese mathematicians of the Tokugawa 18151887) were influencial. japanese mathematicians often coined terms using Chinese http://www.smhct.org/Programa Cientifico/simposio_desarrollo_sasaki.htm  

4. Japanese Mathematical History Japanese Mathematical History It is not until the start of the seventeenth centurythat definite historical records exist of japanese mathematicians. http://www.sunnyblue.net/tp/sangaku/jap_mat.html  

5. Japanese Mathematics Japanese Mathematics Can you give me some information on Japanese mathematics, both past and present, and the names of some famous japanese mathematicians? Resendez http://rdre1.inktomi.com/click?u=http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/52583. 
6. JAMI Background in 1954. Since the late 1950s, the department has entertained a steadyflow of young japanese mathematicians and students. A list http://mathnt.mat.jhu.edu/JAMI9899/jamibackground.htm  

7. JAMI Is Rapidly Developing An International Reputation, Both As A JAMI and operations have followed the original plan Each year we have selected aparticular field and invited several young japanese mathematicians working in http://mathnt.mat.jhu.edu/jami/programs.htm  

8. JAMI Pages Have Moved 1950s, the department has entertained a steady flow of young japanese mathematicians and students field and invited several young japanese mathematicians working in that field for http://www.math.jhu.edu/brochure1.html  

9. ICMAOSK Some Chinese mathematical books were republished and studied by japanese mathematicians,but these two books were not accessible to japanese mathematicians. http://www2.nkfust.edu.tw/~jochi/j9.htm  

10. Autobiography J. Fang going on in the name of Korean intellectual antiJapanese movement during the preWar years to the entire community of japanese mathematicians, led by Iyanaga Shokitchi (b http://www.cnu.edu/phil/resources/autobiography.html  

11. Conclusion japanese mathematicians, however, only considered the mathematical interestof magic squares. Thus it was easier for japanese mathematicians http://www2.nkfust.edu.tw/~jochi/conc.htm  

12. Untitled field and invited several young japanese mathematicians working in that field for a departmental members but also with other American mathematicians. They have successfully used http://www.mathematics.jhu.edu/JAMI/programs.htm  

13. Math Digest Japanese Temple Geometry " by Tony Rothman, with cooperation of Hidetoshi Fukagawa many sangaku problems required calculus, and japanese mathematicians developed a crude form of it http://www.ams.org/newinmath/mathdigest/199811temple.html  

14. Samplematt3cangelosi about women mathematicians; students will recognize the contributions of japanese mathematicians in Wiles's Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Chinese, Japanese, Mayan, and Inca numeration http://www.coe.usu.edu/seced/graceweb/samplemath3cangelosi.htm  

15. Scientific American: Feature Article: Japanese Temple Geometry: May 1998 It is not until the opening of the 17th century that definite historicalrecords exist of any japanese mathematicians. The first http://www2.gol.com/users/coynerhm/0598rothman.html  

16. J J Fang LÃ¨lÃ ng in Chinese; Rakuro in Japanese) culture and civilization, beginning in 108 (BCE, in Russian and German, and many japanese mathematicians; the latter, in the inimitable http://www.jjfang.com/  

17. Scientific American: Feature Article: Japanese Temple Geometry: May 1998 The answer given here, though, was obtained by using the inversion method,which was unknown to the japanese mathematicians of that era. http://www2.gol.com/users/coynerhm/0598rothman_ans1.html  

18. TMU GEOMETRY SERVER The Japanese version of the site contains information intended for japanese mathematicians. GENERALINFORMATION ON MATHEMATICS AND MATHEMATICIANS IN JAPAN. http://tmugs.math.metrou.ac.jp/main.html  

19. Rm0111 Out of 99 national universities and nearly 7000 tertiary education institutions,the consensus of the japanese mathematicians with whom I spoke is that about a http://www.nsftokyo.org/rm0111.html  

20. A Decade Of A ContextSensitive Machine Translation System A Decad of a ContextSensitive Machine Translation System  Twojapanese mathematicians Approach . 0. Introduction. In 1986 http://www1.rsp.fukuokau.ac.jp/chosho/decade_e.html  

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