Journal of Applied & Computational Mathematics

ISSN: 2168-9679

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Penio Dimitrov Lebamovski

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Robotics, Sofia, Bulgaria

  • Research Article   
    Ideas off Isaac Newton and their Computer Implementation
    Author(s): Penio Dimitrov Lebamovski*

    This article outlines Isaac Newton's most significant contributions to mathematics and physics and their computer implementation. The following two software tools were used to describe the results: Wolfram Mathematica and StereoMV (Java3D-based author's software). Isaac Newton laid the foundations of differential and integral calculus. Through the principles of the method of fluxes, he expresses the reciprocal nature of the operations of integration and differentiation. He is writing the integrals and derivatives in two columns. With the help of Wolfram Mathematica software, it is easy to confirm Newton's discovery by drawing graphs. At the same time, with this discovery, the scientist laid the foundations of numerical methods, which, as is known today, can be used with the help of the computer. Newton was the first to introduce the concept of limit, which is known to be u.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2168-9679.2023.12.515

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