Time Symmetric Electrodynamics.” J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 13 (1980)
of Quantum Mechanics as a Theory of Extended Particles.” Int. J. Theor.
Phys.20 (1981) 681–96.
and Compositions with the Dirac Delta Function.” J. Phys. A: Math. Gen.15
Conditions in General Relativity.” J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 15
and Modern Cosmology.” In: Proceedings of IAGRG X (1982) 83–104.
the Square of ” J. Phys. A: Math. Gen.16 (1983) 3739–53.
Extended Particles and Non-Locality.” Hadronic J. Suppl.1 (1985)
Matter Tensors in Relativity.” In: Proc. MG5, D. Blair and M. J.
Buckingham (ed), R. Ruffini (series ed.), World Scientific, Singapore, 1989, 421–23.
MultiGrid Methods for Elliptic Partial Differential Equations.” In: Advanced
Computing, V. P. Bhatkar et al (eds), Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1991,
K. Rahirkar) “Higher-Order Frontal Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations.
In: Advanced Computing, V. P. Bhatkar et al (eds) Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1991, 280–89.
N. Padmini and P. S. Joag) “Hybrid Methods for Parabolic Partial Differential
Equations.” In: Advanced Computing, V. P. Bhatkar et al (eds) Tata
McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1991, 249–57.
Time.” A series of articles for the pedagogical journal Physics Education (India), as follows.
Philosophical Time, 7 (1990) 204–17.
Newton’s Time, 8 (1991) 15–25.
The Michelson-Morley Experiment, 8 (1991) 193–200.
Einstein’s Time, 8 (1992) 293–305.
Thermodynamic Time, 9 (1992) 44–62.
The Electromagnetic Field, 9 (1992) 119–128.
Electromagnetic Time, 9 (1992) 251–265.
Bell and Non-Locality, 10 (1993) 55–73.
Quantum Mechanical Time, 10 (1993) 143–161.
Cosmological Time, 11 (1994) 49–65.
in Indian and Western Traditions and Time in Physics.” In: Mathematics,
Astronomy and Biology in Indian Tradition, PHISPC Monograph Series on
History of Philosophy, Science, and Culture in Indian, No. 3 (D. P.
Chattopadhyaya and Ravinder Kumar eds) ICPR, New Delhi (1995) 56–93.
of Values: the Role of Science.” In: Cultural Reorientation in Modern India
(Indu Banga and Jaidev ed), IIAS, Shimla, 1996, 369–392.
Historicity of p and the Reality of
Rocks” [a tribute to Paulos Mar Gregorios] I: Mainstream, 29 Nov 1997,
19–21, and II: Mainstream, 6 Dec 1997, 29–32.
in Medieval India.” In: Science, Philosophy, and Culture: Multidisciplinary
Explorations, Part 2 (D. P. Chattopadhyaya and Ravinder Kumar eds), PHISPC,
New Delhi (1997) 253–78. Also in: History of Indian Science,
Technology, and Culture, AD 1000–1800, A. Rahman (ed), PHISPC/Oxford Univ.
Press, 1998, New Delhi. Reprinted in Indian Horizons, 46(4)
(1999) and 47(1) (2000), 40–71.
and Proof in the Yuktibhâsâ Derivation of Madhava’s Sine Series”. Proc.
National Conference on Applied Sciences in Sanskrit, Agra, Feb 1999. In
and Culture”, in History, Culture and Truth: Essays Presented to D. P.
Chattopadhyaya, Daya Krishna and K. Satchidananda Murthy (eds), Kalki
Prakash, New Delhi, 1999, 179–193. Reprinted in Philosophy of Mathematics
in Finance”, Pranjana, 3 (1&2) 2000, 11–36.
Mathematics Education, and the Alternative Epistemology of the Calculus in the
YuktiBhâsâ”, Philosophy East and West, 51:3, 325–362, July 2001.
Should Euclidean Geometry be Taught”, in Nagarjuna G. (ed) History and
Philosophy of Science: Implications for Science Education, Homi Bhabha
Centre, Bombay, 2001, 241–260.
Mathematical Epistemology of Sunya,” in: The Concept of Sunya,
(Ed) A. K. Bag and S. R. Sarma, IGNCA, INSA and Aryan Books
International, New Delhi, 2002, 168–181.
between India, Western and Central Asia, and China in Mathematics and
Astronomy,” in : A. Rahman (ed) Interactions between India, Western and Central Asia, and China, PHISPC, New Delhi, 2002, 227–254.
Electrodynamic 2-Body Problem and the Origin of Quantum Mechanics” Found.
Phys. 34 (2004) 937–62.
What is it That it can be Measured” Science & Education,
(Kluwer/Springer BV) 15(6) (2006) pp. 537–551 DOI 10.1007/s11191-005-5287-z. Also in Proc.
2nd International Pendulum Conference, ed. M. R. Matthews,
UNSW, Sydney, 2005, pp. 207-224.
Quasi-Recurrence and paticca samuppada”, in Self, Science and
Society, Theoretical and Historical Perspectives, ed. D. P.
Chattopadhyaya, and A. K. Sengupta, PHISPC, New Delhi, 2005, pp. 196-206.
Measurement in Classical Indian Tradition and the Present-Day Representation of
Time as a Continuum, in Proc. 2nd International Pendulum Conference,
ed. M. R. Matthews, UNSW, Sydney, 2005, pp. 225-248.
or Râpalagâi” in Indo-Portuguese Encounters (ed) L. Varadarajan, INSA,
New Delhi, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, 2006, vol 2, pp. 483–504. Revised
version in Cultural Foundations of Mathematics.
Religious Roots of Mathematics”, Theory, Culture & Society23(1–2)
Jan-March 2006, Spl. Issue ed. Mike Featherstone, Couze Venn, Ryan Bishop, and
John Phillips, pp. 95–97.
Travel and the Reality of Spontaneity” Found. Phys.,36(7) 2006,
pp. 1099-1113. DOI: 10.1007/s10701-006-9056-x.
“Benedict’s Maledicts”, Indian Journal of Secularism, 10(3)
(2006) pp. 79-90.
and Dik” chp. 5 in P. K. Sen and P. K. Sen (ed), PHISPC Volume on
Philosophical Concepts Relevant to Science in Early Indian Tradition PHISPC vol
III.5, 2008, pp. 67–92.
and Refutations in Mathematics and Physics” in P. K. Sengupta (ed.) PHISPC
Volume on History and Philosophy of Science, (to appear).
What we Need to do to Keep it Alive” in Jai Sen et al. (ed) Imagining
Alternatives (to appear)
Logic”. Article for Springer Encyclopaedia of Non-Western Science and Technology,
Views of Time”. Article for Encyclopaedia of Non-Western Science and
Technology, Kluwer/Springer, 2008.
“Teaching racist history”, Indian Journal of Secularism11(4)
Euclid!” Bhartiya Samajik ChintanVII (4)
(New Series) Jan-March 2009, pp. 255-264.
“Indian Rope Trick: Rope vs Compass Box” Bhartiya Samajik ChintanVII (4) (New Series) Jan-March 2009, pp. 265-269.
“Kosambi the Mathematician”, Economic and Political Weekly, 44(20)
May 16–22 (2009) pp. 33–45.
PAPERS IN CONFERENCES, SHORT NOTES, AND TALKS
“Relativistic and Statistical Foundations of
Quantum Mechanics.” ISI Discussion paper 7802. Modified version presented at
the Einstein Centenary Symposium, Ahmedabad, Feb 1979. Abstract in Proc. (A. R.
Prasanna et al ed).
and Modern Cosmology.” Paper presented at IAGRG X, Bangalore, Dec 1979.
Conditions in General Relativity.” Paper presented at the Einstein Centenary
Symposium, Nagpur, Feb, 1980. Abstract in Proc. (T. Karade et al eds).
in Causality.” Invited talk delivered at the S. N. Bose Centenary symposium, Calcutta, 1981.
in Dynamical Systems: a Review of Applications.” Paper presented at the Annual
Seminar on Probability and Statistical Inference, Pune, June, 1981.
A. Subramaniam) “Generalised Maximum Likelihood Estimation.” Paper presented at
the Annual Seminar on Probability and Statistical Inference, Pune, June 1983.
N. Dadhich) “Is Gravitational Screening Possible?” Paper presented at GR 10,
Padova, July 1983. Abstract in Proc. (B. Bertotti et al eds).
Screening.” Paper presented at IAGRG XII, Pune, Nov, 1983.
Extended Particles, and Non-Locality.” Invited talk delivered at the
International Conference on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Calcutta, Feb 1985.
Magnetic Redshift: a New Model of Quasars.” Paper presented at GR 11, Stockholm, July, 1986. Abstract in Proc. (K. Rosquist et al eds).
Cat.” Invited talk delivered at the Schrödinger Centenary Conference, CAT, Indore, Nov, 1987.
Theory of Shocks.” Paper presented at the Fifth Marcel Grossman Meeting on
General Relativity, Perth, Aug 1988. In Proc. D. Blair et al eds)
Mechanics and the Micro-Physical Structure of Time.” Invited talk delivered at
the International Conference on the Conceptual Foundations of Quantum
Mechanics, New Delhi, Dec 1989.
Methods: Fine-Grained Parallelisation.” Paper presented at the BARC workshop on
Parallel Processing, Bombay, Feb 1990. In Proc. PA1–PA9.
of the Relativistic Many-Body Problem: are Instantaneous Approximations
Legitimate?” Abstract submitted to GR 13, Cordoba, June 1992.
in Indian and Western Traditions and Time in Physics.” Paper presented at the
Seminar on Scientific Traditions in India, March, 1993. PHISPC
Occasional Paper No. 23, New Delhi.
Morality, and the Topology of Time in Physics.” Talk delivered at the Seminar
on Causality in Physics and Philosophy, Calcutta, Aug 1993.
Where India Stands.” Invited talk delivered to the Computer Society of India, New Delhi, Nov 1993.
the Development of Navier-Stokes Flow Downstream of a Shock.” Paper presented
at ISIAM II, Madras, 1994. Abstract in Proc.
Travel and the Reality of Spontaneity.” Invited talk delivered at the Seminar
on Reality in Physics and Philosophy, Calcutta, Feb 1996.
a Tilt in the Arrow of Time: Preliminary Results.” Invited paper presented at
the Seminar on Some Aspects of Theoretical Physics, Indian Statistical
Institute, Calcutta, 14–15 May 1996.
Travel and Schrödinger’s Cat.” Invited talk delivered at the International
Symposium on Seventy Years of Schrödinger’s Wave Mechanics, New Delhi, Dec 1996.
Mathematical Epistemology of Sunya.” Invited paper, summarising interventions
during the Seminar on the Concept of Sunya, INSA and IGNCA, New Delhi, Feb. 1997.
Tachyonic Anti-telephone and Tolman’s Grandfather.” Invited talk delivered at
the Heisenberg Colloquium, Shimla, Aug 1997.
Theory of the Mind: a Rebuttal.” Debate with Roger Penrose, in: Matter of
the Mind, India International Centre, New Delhi, 22–23 Dec 1997.
Electrodynamic 2–body Problem and the Origin of Quantum Mechanics.” Paper
presented at the International Symposium on Uncertain Reality, New Delhi, 5–9 Jan 1998.
or Rapalagai.” Paper presented at the Indo-Portuguese Conference on History:
Science, Technology and Culture, Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi, Dec 1998.
and Proof in the Yuktibhâsâ Derivation of Madhava’s Sine Series”. Paper
presented at the National Conference on Applied Sciences in Sanskrit, Agra, Feb 1999. In Proc.
Should Euclidean Geometry be Taught”. Paper presented at the International
Workshop on History of Science, implications for Science Education, Homi
Bhabha Centre, TIFR, Bombay, Feb, 1999. (To appear in Proc.)
Remarks on the Indian Epistemology of Mathematics.” Talk delivered at the
International Laboratory for the History of Science, The Material Culture of
Calculation, Max Planck Institute, Berlin, June, 1999.
History and History Dependence.” Paper presented at the On Time Seminar,
British Society for History of Science, and Royal Society for History of
Science, Liverpool, August 1999.
Travel.” Invited talk at the International Seminar, Retrocausality Day, University of Groningen, September 1999.
Remarks on Ontology and Logic in Buddhism, Jainism and Quantum Mechanics.”
Invited talk at the conference on Science et engagement ontologique,
Barbizon, October, 1999.
Dennis Almeida) “Transmission of the Calculus from India to Europe, Part I:
Motivation and Opportunity”, Paper presented at the International Aryabhata
Conference, Trivandrum, Jan 2000.
Dennis Almeida) “Transmission of the Calculus from India to Europe, Part II:
Circumstantial and Documentary Evidence”, Paper presented at the International
Aryabhata Conference, Trivandrum Jan 2000.
Mathematics Education, and the Alternative Epistemology of the Calculus in the
Yuktibhasa,” Invited plenary talk at the 8th East-West Conference,
University of Hawai’i, Jan, 2000.
and Politics of IT: India’s Cyber Laws.” Opening talk delivered at a symposium
on “Information Technology: Undeclared Dimensions,” India International
Centre, Delhi, April 2000. (Respondent: Praful Bidwai. Other speakers: C.
P. Chandrashekhar, Arun Ghosh, Yashpal, Kapila Vatsyayana, Shiv Vishwanathan.)
Augustine-Hawking Argument against Closed Time Loops and its Refutation”, Talk
delivered at the International Conference on Language, Reality, and Truth,
Calcutta, Aug 2000.
in Finance”, Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Human
Dimensions in the Information Age, New Delhi, Jan 2001. (Awarded Best Paper
Calculus, and Computing”, Talk delivered at the Seminar on Emerging Areas of
Information Technology, Bhopal, May 2001.
Emperor’s New Course”. Invited talk at the India International Centre meeting
on Vedic Astrology in University Education: a Sound Decision? Dec 2001.
Other speakers Raja Ramanna, and Pushpa Bhargava.
and Information Technology”. Invited talk at the Seminar on Innovative Courses
in Philosophy. JNU, Dec 2001.
Quasi-Recurrence, and Paticca Samuppâda”. Invited talk delivered at the
PHISPC-CSC-CONSAVY seminar on Self, Society, and Science: Theoretical and
Historical Perspectives, Vice-President’s Lodge, Le Meridien, and Centre
for Studies in Civilizations, New Delhi 24–26 March 2002.
Knowledge, History, Science and Culture”. Invited talk delivered at the
Seminar on Traditional Knowledge Systems, Binsar, Almora, 3–7 October
from Zero to Java. Number Representations in Algorismus, Formal Mathematics,
and Computers”. Invited talk delivered at Haldwani, 8 October 2002.
Non-Normal, Non-Markovian Methods of Computing Risk”, talk delivered at the
KrESIT, IIT: Mumbai, August 2003.
as an Instrument of Cultural Propaganda”, paper presented at the All India
People’s Science Congress, Shimla, October 2003.
Tilt in the Arrow of Time”, talk delivered at the Indian Institute of Advanced
Study, Shimla, October 2003.
and Localisation”, address to the seminar on Linux Implementation, Bhopal, Nov,
2003. Related news item in Hindustan Times, Bhopal Live, 22 Nov, p. 3.
Culture of Cyberspace”, talk virtually delivered at the meeting on “The World
Social Forum and the New Internationalism: The Culture and Politics of
Cyberspace,” CSDS, New Delhi, Nov 2003. Related news report in The Hindu, New
Delhi, Nov. 26, p. 3.
Religion::Reason: Faith?” talk delivered at the Conference on Indic Religions,
IIC, New Delhi, Dec 2003.
Foundations of Mathematics” Presentation at PHISPC Editors Conclave, New Delhi
9–10 April 2004.
invited talk delivered at the Kalidasa Academy, Ujjain, May 2004.
Calculus: its Indian Origins and Transmission to Europe prior to Newton and
Leibniz”, invited talk, conference on Indian Contributions to the
Renaissance, Univ. of Louisiana, Lafayette, Oct 2004. Also, Houston, Oct 2004.