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Yuktibhāṣā (Malayalam: യുക്തിഭാഷ; "Rationale in the Malayalam/Sanskrit language") also known as Gaṇitanyāyasaṅgraha ("Compendium of astronomical rationale"), is a major treatise on mathematics and astronomy, written by Indian astronomer Jyesthadeva of the Kerala school of mathematics in about AD 1530. The treatise is a consolidation of the discoveries by Madhava of Sangamagrama, Nilakantha Somayaji, Parameshvara, Jyeshtadeva, Achyuta Pisharati and other astronomer-mathematicians of the Kerala school. Yuktibhasa is mainly based on Nilakantha's Tantra Samgraha. It is considered an early text on the foundations of calculus and predates those of European mathematicians such as James Gregory and Newton by many centuries. However, the treatise was largely unnoticed beyond Kerala, as the book was

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  • Yuktibhāṣā (Malayalam: യുക്തിഭാഷ; "Rationale in the Malayalam/Sanskrit language") also known as Gaṇitanyāyasaṅgraha ("Compendium of astronomical rationale"), is a major treatise on mathematics and astronomy, written by Indian astronomer Jyesthadeva of the Kerala school of mathematics in about AD 1530. The treatise is a consolidation of the discoveries by Madhava of Sangamagrama, Nilakantha Somayaji, Parameshvara, Jyeshtadeva, Achyuta Pisharati and other astronomer-mathematicians of the Kerala school. Yuktibhasa is mainly based on Nilakantha's Tantra Samgraha. It is considered an early text on the foundations of calculus and predates those of European mathematicians such as James Gregory and Newton by many centuries. However, the treatise was largely unnoticed beyond Kerala, as the book was
  • Yuktibhasa (en malayalam : യുക്തിഭാഷ) ou Ganita Yuktibhasa est un traité de mathématiques et d'astronomie, écrit par l'astronome indien Jyeṣṭhadeva (en), membre de l'école du Kerala, en 1530. Le traité récapitule les travaux de Madhava de Sangamagrama, Nilakantha Somayaji (en), Parameswara, Jyeṣṭhadeva, Achyuta Pisharati (en) et d'autres astronomes mathématiciens de cette école. Plusieurs historiens voient dans le Yuktibhasa le premier traité d'analyse, devançant de trois siècles la redécouverte du calcul infinitésimal par les occidentaux. Cependant, le traité eut peu d'écho en dehors des frontières du Kerala, sans doute parce qu'il fut rédigé dans la langue locale, le malayâlam.
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