Harold Hotelling Papers, 1910-1975

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Harold Hotelling Papers, 1910-1975

Harold Hotelling Papers, 1910-1975

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Friedman, Milton, 1912-2006

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University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill Campus). Department of Statistics.

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Institute of Mathematical Statistics.

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Hotelling, Harold, 1895-1973

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Harold Hotelling, 1895-1973, mathematical statistician and mathematical economist, taught at Columbia University from 1931 until he left in 1946 to establish the Institute of Statistics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During the Second World War Hotelling did research in Columbia University's Statistical Research Group. Later he was involved in research for the Office of Naval Research at Chapel Hill. He was active in many professional organizations, especially the Institute ...

Wilks, S.S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964

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