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The Art of Science

By Lupacchini Rossella and Angelini Annarita

Abstract

The Renaissance is famous for its discovery of linear perspective, complex numbers, and probability. History has been quick to recognize the power of perspective that gave form to a “classic” style in painting, but has failed to acknowledge the true significance of complex numbers and probability. Yet, from a theoretical point of view, the space opened by linear perspective to painting and the space opened by complex numbers to science are equally important and share many characteristics. This book explores that shared field

Topics: Artificial perspective, Complex Numbers, Quantum randomness
Publisher: Springer
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:cris.unibo.it:11585/397164
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