LIU HUI (c.220 - c.280) Chinese mathematician who lived in the Wei Kingdom; in 263 he wrote the commentary on the Nine chapters of mathematical art, in which he expounded an algorithm for the estimation of Pi that exploited the measurement of regular polygons inscribed in a circle and which recalls similar constructions by Archimedes. In the picture the postage stamp (China, 20 August 2002) dedicated to him in the "Ancient Chinese Scholars" series and in the background the scheme of his main studio. Computergrafica, 2015

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title: LIU HUI

subject date: 2014-03-04

caption: LIU HUI (c.220 - c.280) Chinese mathematician who lived in the Wei Kingdom; in 263 he wrote the commentary on the Nine chapters of mathematical art, in which he expounded an algorithm for the estimation of Pi that exploited the measurement of regular polygons inscribed in a circle and which recalls similar constructions by Archimedes. In the picture the postage stamp (China, 20 August 2002) dedicated to him in the "Ancient Chinese Scholars" series and in the background the scheme of his main studio. Computergrafica, 2015

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