Al-Khawarizmi

Al-Khawarizmi

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Yet, the translated form ([phrase omitted]) is more accurate since the SL word itself is a mangled transliteration of al-Khawarizmi, the surname of the Muslim mathematician.
Onze personnes sont mortes par asphyxie au monoxyde de carbone depuis le debut de l'annee en cours contre un seul cas en 2015, a indique hier Benkhalfallah a l'APS en marge du lancement d'une caravane de sensibilisation et de prevention des accidents domestiques et des asphy-xies au gaz au centre de formation professionnelle Al-Khawarizmi aux Eucalyptus (Alger).
The Principal Investigator Organization of the project is Al-Khawarizmi Institute of Computer Science, UET Lahore which is expected to be completed this year at a cost of Rs 23.
The principal investigator of the project is Al-Khawarizmi Institute of Computer Science, UET Lahore which is expected to be completed next year at a cost of Rs.
The Principal Investigator Organization of the project entitled "Dengue Epidemic Surveillance Modeling, Visualization, and Response Management System," is Al-Khawarizmi Institute of Computer Science, UET Lahore which is expected to be completed next year at a cost of Rs.
Then came al-Khawarizmi, who reduced the latitude of the Mediterranean Sea from the 62 of Ptolemy to 52; he was followed by the Andalusian Ibrahim bin Yahya al-Zarqali, who used an astrolabe and adjusted the Mediterranean to 42, which is correct.
Karachi -- wi-tribe Pakistan and Al-Khawarizmi Institute of Computer Science, University of Engineering and Technology (KICS-UET) unveiled 'wi-cam' a tool to remotely debug CPEs.
Murad Wilfried Hofman, an ex-German diplomat and author, similarly writes, "The European intellectual exploits of the Renaissance would have been unthinkable without Ibn Sina, Ibn Rushd, al-Biruni, al-Khawarizmi, ar-Razi, lbn al-Haytham, Ibn Battuta and Ibn Khaldun.
al-Mundhir al-Khawarizmi informed us, 'Abd al-'Aziz b.
High-water mark in the city's history came during the rule of the Hamdanid prince Saif ad-Daula in the 10th century, with his court becoming a magnet for prominent men of letters and scholars such as the poet al-Mutanabi and the mathematician al-Khawarizmi.
Sobre bases indias, el persa Al-Khawarizmi desarrollo el algoritmo como tecnica de calculo.
1115) the slave boy of Merv, who under the patronage of the Seljuk court became a physicist and astronomer of immense significance, proposing theories of gravitation six centuries before the Enlightenment, al-Khawarizmi, al-Kindi' (780 AD) after whom Algebra is named, and Ibn Al Jazzar, the eleventh-century medic and scholar whose prolific writings were influential in medieval western Europe.