Y. Maeyama

Publications


  1. Hypothesen zur Planetentheorie des 17. Jahrhunderts. Dissertation. Frankfurt/M. 1971.
  2. The historical development of solar theories in the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Vistas in Astronomy 16 (1974), 35-60.
  3. The astronomical data of ancient China and their social implication. Proceedings of XIVth Intern. Congress of the History of Science, Tokyo/Kyoto 1974. Tokyo 1975, No. 4, 16-18.
  4. On the order of accuracy of Kepler's solar theory. Vistas in Astronomy 18 (1975), 769-780.
  5. On the Astronomical Data of Ancient China (ca. -100/+200). A numerical analysis. Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences 25 (1975), 247-276 (I), 26 (1976), 25-58 (II).
  6. Prismata. Festschrift für Willy HARTNER. (Ed. with W. Saltzer), Wiesbaden 1977.
  7. The old star catalogue of China. Prismata. Wiesbaden 1977, 211-245.
  8. On the Babylonian lunar theory. Arch. Intern. Hist. Sciences 28 (1978), 21-35.
  9. The Length of the Synodic Months. The main historical problem of the lunar motion. Arch. Intern. Hist. Sciences 29 (1979), 68-94.
  10. The basic problems of Babylonian lunar theory. Arch. Intern. Hist. Sciences 31 (1981), 253-372.
  11. Ancient Stellar Observations. Timocharis, Aristyllus, Hipparchus, Ptolemy - the dates and accuracies. Centaurus 27 (1984), 280-310.
  12. The Evolution of Astronomy? A new hypothesis. Proceedings of the 31st Intern. Congress of Human Sciences in Asia and North Africa, Tokyo/Kyoto 1983. Tokyo 1984, 449-450.
  13. The Keplerian and mean motions. A geometrical study. Arch. Hist. Exact Sciences 38 (1988), 365-383.
  14. Kepler's hypothesis vicaria. Arch. Hist. Exact Sciences 41 (1990), 53-92.
  15. Astronomical periods and period relations. J.W. Goethe-Univ. IGN Preprint Series No. 2 (1988) [97 pp. + 9 tabs. + 30 figs.].
  16. A simple, accurate, geometrical approximation to the Keplerian motion. Historia Mathematica 16 (1989), 353-359.
  17. The lengths of the seasons. JW. Goethe-Univ. IGN Preprint Series No. 6 (1988).
  18. Astronomy in the East and the West. 3 examples: parallax, precession, geometry. Dall'Europa alla Cina: contributi per una storia dell'Astronomia, Napoli 1990. I. Iannaccone and A. Tamburello (Ed.), 129-139.
  19. Chinese Lunar Mansions. The evolution of positional astronomy in ancient China. J.W. Goethe-Univ. IGN Preprint Series No. 18 (1990) [56pp. + 10 figs.].
  20. The development of the 28 lunar mansions in China. Intern. Congress, Cambridge, England 1990.
  21. The Four Cardinal Points of the Compass and the Chinese Lunar Mansions. The evolution of positional astronomy in ancient China. J.W. Goethe-Univ. IGN Preprint Series No. 29 (1992) [89 pp. (6 tabs. + 10 figs.)].
  22. Synodische Perioden. Ad Radices: Festband zum fünfzigjährigen Bestehen des Instituts für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitšt Frankfurt am Main. A. v. Gotstedter. (Ed.) Stuttgart: Steiner 1994, 125-142.
  23. Neue Approximationen zur Kepler-Bewegung (with M. Barow). Ibid., 37-43.
  24. Astronomical periods in the solar system. Proceedings of the VLBI'93 Symposium, Kyoto, Japan 1993, Progress and Future Observational Possibilities. Tokyo 1994, 295-305.
  25. The stellar reference-points in ancient China and the evolution of positional astronomy. Proceedings of the 7th Intern. Conference on the History of Science in East Asia, Kyoto 1994, East Asian Science: Tradition and Beyond. Osaka 1995, 385-394.
  26. Die Sonne in der Astronomie der Neuzeit. Zeitsprünge, Forschungen zur Frühen Neuzeit 1 (1997), 65-74.
  27. Zur Astronomiegeschichte: China, Babylonien, Hellenismus, Spät-Renaissance. To appear in Mitteilungen des Physikalischen Vereins, Univ. Frankfurt, Frankfurt/M.
  28. Determination of the Sun's Orbit. Hipparchus, Ptolemy, al-Battânî, Copernicus, Tycho Brahe. To appear in Arch. Hist. Exact Sciences.
  29. Astronomical Tables and Ephemerides. To appear in The Scientific Revolution: An Encyclopedia, W. Applebaum (Ed.), New York.
  30. The Cardinal Points of the Compass in Ancient China. The reference-points in the earliest stage of Chinese astronomy. To appear in the Proceedings of the Intern. Congress of Hist. Science, Aug. 1996, Seoul, Korea.
  31. On the Earliest Stage of Chinese Astronomy. 3 hypotheses. Intern. Congress of Astr. Union, Kyoto 97. To appear in the Proceedings.
  32. On the Earliest Stage of Chinese Astronomy. A new hypothesis. Intern. Conference on Ancient Astronomy and Traditional Sciences of China. To appear in the Proceedings.
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