ابن هاٛسٱم

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Hasan Ibn al-Haytham
(Alhazen)
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(c. 354 AH)[۱]
Basra, Iraq
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(c. 430 AH)[۲]
Cairo, Egypt
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نوم دیٛار بیٱ سی Book of Optics, Doubts Concerning Ptolemy, Alhazen's problem, Analysis,[۳] Catoptrics,[۴] Horopter, Moon illusion, experimental science, scientific methodology,[۵] visual perception, empirical theory of perception, Animal psychology[۶]
کارگرتٱ د Aristotle,[۷] Euclid,[۸] Ptolemy,[۹] Galen, Banū Mūsā, Thābit ibn Qurra, Al-Kindi, Ibn Sahl, Abū Sahl al-Qūhī
کارگرا ری Omar Khayyam, Taqi ad-Din Muhammad ibn Ma'ruf, Kamāl al-Dīn al-Fārisī, Averroes, Al-Khazini, John Peckham, Witelo, Roger Bacon,[۱۰] Kepler

ابن هاٛسٱم (۳۵۴–۴۳۰) سریشت دونسمٱن ۉ اْشمار دونسمٱن عرۉ بیٱ.


سرچشمٱ[آلشتکاری]

  1. Falco 2007.
  2. Rosenthal 1960–1961.
  3. O'Connor & Robertson 1999.
  4. El-Bizri 2010, p. 11: "Ibn al-Haytham's groundbreaking studies in optics, including his research in catoptrics and dioptrics (respectively the sciences investigating the principles and instruments pertaining to the reflection and refraction of light), were principally gathered in his monumental opus: Kitåb al-manåóir (The Optics; De Aspectibus or Perspectivae; composed between 1028 CE and 1038 CE)."
  5. Rooney 2012, p. 39: "As a rigorous experimental physicist, he is sometimes credited with inventing the scientific method."
  6. Baker 2012, p. 449: "As shown earlier, Ibn al-Haytham was among the first scholars to experiment with animal psychology.
  7. چوٙأ:Harv
  8. Euclid's Optics
  9. Smith, A. Mark (1988) "Ptolemy, Optics" Isis Vol. 79, No. 2 (Jun., 1988), pp. 188-207, via JSTOR
  10. خطای لوآ در ماجول:Citation/CS1/en در خط 257: Argument map not defined for this variable.