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List Of Systems Scientists - W
... John Nelson Warfield (1928(?)) is an American electrical engineering and systems scientist, and member of the Academic Committee of the International Encyclopedia of Systems and Cybernetics ... Watts is an American professor of sociology Paul Watzlawick (1921–2007), Geoffrey West (1940) is a Britisch physicist ... White (1942) is an American complexity researcher, social anthropologist and sociologist ...
Jewish Atheists - Formal, Natural and Applied Sciences - Mathematics
... Hermann Bondi – Anglo-Austrian mathematician and cosmologist, developed steady-state theory, contributed to general theory of relativity Richard E ... Bellman (agnostic) - American applied mathematician, celebrated for his invention of dynamic programming in 1953, and important contributions in other ... Jacob Bronowski (agnostic) - Polish-Jewish British mathematician, biologist, historian of science, theatre author, poet and inventor ...
Meanings Of Minor Planet Names: 29001–30000
... the Neisse River between Poland and Germany † 29085 Sethanne 1979 SD Sethanne Howard, American astronomer, chief of the U.S ... Vargas, American amateur astronomer who assisted in organizing the Palomar Observatory's 1.2-m Schmidt Oschin Telescope plate archive † 29137 Alanboss 1987 UY1 Alan Boss, American astrophysicist † 29146 McHone ... McHone, American geologist, oceanographer and planetary scientist † 29148 Palzer 1988 JE Wolfgang Palzer, German astronomer † 29185 Reich 1990 TG8 Ludwig Reich, Austrian professor of mathematics at ...
List Of Quantitative Analysts - Pioneers
... Kenneth Arrow, (born August 23, 1921), American economist, Social choice theory Louis Bachelier, (1870–1946), French mathematician, Pioneer of financial mathematics ... Epstein, (born March 5, 1927), notable American game theorist ... Eugene Fama, (born February 14, 1939) American economist, work on portfolio theory and asset pricing ...

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