books

Books about Brocot:

booksBulletin of the Nawcc Volume XXII, No. 1 February 1980 Whole Number 204; Brocot, Masonic, Porter Contract, Upside... by Dr. Douglas H. -Editor Shaffer and Photographs (B&W) (Jan 1, 1980)

booksAntiquarian Horology : The Bumbrian Background of George Graham; a Visit to West Tofts; a Danish Maker of Clocks... by John B. Penforl, D. F. Nettell, Johan Knap and Myron Pleasure (1974)

booksAmerican Horologist and Jeweler December 1955 ( Brocot Escapement Coleman and Rawlings, Movado Caliber 431, Helpful... by Orville R. Hagans (Editor) (1955)

booksHorological Times Sept. 1987: a Practical Guide to the Brocot Escapement by Milton C. Stevens (Editor) (1987)

booksHorological Times Aug. 1987: Gilbert Strike, a Practical guide to the Brocot Escapement by Milton C. Stevens (Editor) (1987)

booksAmerican Horologist and Jeweler June 1969 ( Kif Simplifies Disassembly of Duofix Combined In-Setting, The Brocot... by Orville R. Hagans (Editor) (1969)

booksGear train design;: A new method of using Brocot's table of decimal equivalents in calculating the numbers of... by William Henry Rasch (1933)

wiki

Wiki information Brocot:

Stern–Brocot tree

In number theory, the Stern–Brocot tree is an infinite complete binary tree in which the vertices correspond one-for-one to the positive rational numbers, whose values are ordered from left to right as in a search tree. The Stern–Brocot tree was...

Achille Brocot
Deceased Person, Person

Achille Brocot was a French clockmaker and amateur mathematician. He is known for his discovery of the Stern–Brocot tree, a mathematical structure useful in approximating real numbers by rational numbers; this sort of approximation is an important...