category of Swiss mathematicians and researchers, including Jakob or Jacques (1654-1705), an important designer of ordinary calculus and calculus of variations. Their sibling Johann or Jean (1667-1748) developed the calculus of variants. Johann's child Daniel (1700-1782) anticipated regulations of conservation of power, performed pioneering work with the molecular principle of fumes, and added to probability principle additionally the concept of differential equations.
Swiss mathematician (1654-1705)
Swiss mathematician (1667-1748)
Swiss physicist whom added to hydrodynamics and mathematical physics (1700-1782)