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  1. Hélène Bellosta (2012). De l'Usage Des Coniques Chez Ibrāhīm Ibn Sinān. Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 22 (1):119-136.
    Once Apollonius' Conics had been translated from Greek into Arabic, they became a main reference and the principal tool in studying solid problems, algebraic equations of 3rd and 4th degrees, infinitesimal mathematics, etc. Mathematicians of the 9thhn (909bit ibn Qurra (826ln's contribution.
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  2. Helene Bellosta (2012). The Use of Conics in Ibrahim Ibn Sinan's Works. Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 22 (1):119 - 136.
  3. Hélène Bellosta (2004). Le Traité de Thabit Ibn Qurra Sur la Figure Secteur. Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 14 (1):145-168.
  4. Hélène Bellosta (2002). Maroun aouad et Gregor schoeler le syllogisme poétique selon al-f® r® b¬: Un syllogisme incorrect de la deuxième figure 185. Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 12 (2).
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  5. Roshdi Rashed & Hélène Bellosta (2000). Ibrāhīm Ibn Sinān. Logique Et Géométrie au Xe Siècle. Brill.
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  6. Hélène Bellosta (1991). Ibrāhīm Ibn Sinān: On Analysis and Synthesis. Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 1 (02):211-.
    This paper is devoted to Ibn Sinn's text deals with two distinct, though closely related, subjects. First he considers the classification of problems, founded on the logical criteria which are the number and degree of indetermination of the solutions and (though in a less relevant way) the number of hypotheses and their possible independence. This classification does not replace the Hellenistic one, which remains relevant insofar as it purports to solve geometrical problems, but complements it and has a different frame (...)
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