Al-Uqlidisi

Abu'l-Hasan al-Uqlidisi

Al-Uqlidisi était un mathématicien arabe, probablement originaire de Damas. Il a écrit le premier livre sur le système de numération hindou, connu sous le nom de système de numération arabe en occident aux alentours de 952.

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