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Main research proposal

i. State-of-the-art and objectives




ii. Methodology










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(1) Ascher, M (2002). Mathematics Elsewhere : An exploration of ideas across cultures, Princeton University Press.


(2) Eglash, R. (2000) Anthropological perspectives on ethnomathematics. In Mathematics across cultures : the history of non-western mathematics, ed. H Selin. Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic.


(3) See http://www.math.auckland.ac.nz/Even...

(4) M. Chemillier, Les Mathématiques naturelles, Paris, Odile Jacob, 2007


(5) Thus, Marcia Ascher has studied both types of activities, but she used secondary literature.



(7) Accueil du site Ethnomathématiques






(14) For instance : Branko Grünbaum (1990), Periodic Ornamentation of the Fabric Plane : Lessons from Peruvian Fabrics. Symmetry 1(1), p. 45-68. Anne Paul (1997), Color Patterns on Paracas Necrópolis Weavings : A Combinatorial Language on Ancient Cloth. Techniques & culture 29, p. 113-153. Anne Paul (2004), Symmetry Schemes on Paracas Necrópolis Textiles, p. 58-80, in : D.K. Washburn (ed), Embedded Symmetries, Natural and Cultural. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press.