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Rudolf Sponsel
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 10:33 am    Post subject: life data: Heywood, Lawley, Young Reply with quote

I search the life data / for biographies the mathematician

Gale Young (Chicago) *
Heywood, H.B. (Great Britain?) **
Lawley, D.N. (Edinburgh) ***

many thanks for tips
the best greetings
R. Sponsel, Erlangen (Germany)

references:
*Eckart, Carl & Young, Gale (1936). The approximation of one matrix by
an other of lower rank. Psychometrika, 1, 211-218.
**Heywood, H,B. (1931). On finite sequences of real numbers. Proc. Roy.
Soc. Lond., 134, 486-501.
***Lawley, D. N., Maxwell, A. E. (1971) Factor Analysis as a Statistical
Method, 2nd edn. Butterworth, London.
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