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Phenomenology of the concept of functions  

Yoo, Yoon-Jae (Department of Mathematics Education, Kyungpook National University)
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Journal for History of Mathematics / v.23, no.3, 2010 , pp. 75-90 More about this Journal
In this paper function concept is classified in the phenomenological aspect. According to the study, function concept is classified as causality, designation, operation, change, figure, morhism, variables, functional, and operator. This classifications are categorized as pre-level function, basic level function, and upper level function.
phenomenology of function; function;
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