Lucrarea scrisa de domnul profesor Mircea Selariu a aparut in SUA in 2007 la Editura ARP (American Research Press).
Intregul articol aici: Tehno-Art of Selariu Supermathematics Functions
Scurt fragment din lucrare:
In this album we include the so called Supermathematics functions (SMF), which constitute
the base for, most often, generating, technical, neo-geometrical objects, therefore less artistic.
These functions are the results of 38 years of research, which began at University of Stuttgart in
1969. Since then, 42 related works have been published, written by over 19 authors, as shown in the References.
The name was given by the regretted mathematician Professor Emeritus Doctor Engineer
Gheorghe Silas who, at the presentation of the very first work in this domain, during the First
National Conference of Vibrations in Machine Constructions, Timişoara, Romania, 1978, named
CIRCULAR EX-CENTRIC FUNCTIONS, declared: “Young man, you just discovered not only
“some functions, but a new mathematics, a supermathematics!” I was glad, at my age of 40, like a teenager. And I proudly found that he might be right!
The prefix super is justified today, to point out the birth of the new complements in
mathematics, joined together under the name of Ex-centric Mathematics (EM), with much more
important and infinitely more numerous entities than the existing ones in the actual mathematics,
which we are obliged to call it Centric Mathematics (CM.)
To each entity from CM corresponds an infinity of similar entities in EM, therefore the
Supermathematics (SM) is the reunion of the two domains: SM = CM ∪ EM, where CM is a
particular case of null ex-centricity of EM. Namely, CM = SM(e = 0). To each known function in
CM corresponds an infinite family of functions in EM, and in addition, a series of new functions
appear, with a wide range of applications in mathematics and technology.