Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) was established in 2002 to support and promote the mathematical sciences. The institute has a membership that includes most Australian universities as well as CSIRO and is located at the University of Melbourne campus.
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22, 1911 – January 20, 2007) was a Russian-born American Jewish mathematical psychologist ... He contributed to general systems theory, mathematical biology and to the mathematical modeling of social interaction and stochastic models of contagion ...
... The American Mathematical Society database lists Lehrer as co-author of two papers RE Fagen TA Lehrer, "Random walks with restraining barrier as applied to the biased binary counter", Journal of the Society for ... number of locally maximal elements in a random sample", Annals of Mathematical Statistics vol ...
... Cockle is also remembered for his mathematical and scientific investigations ... return to England he became associated with the London Mathematical Society, of which he was president from 1886 to 1888, and the Royal Astronomical Society, serving as a member of the council ... A volume containing his scientific and mathematical researches made during the years 1864–1877 was presented to the British Museum in 1897 by his widow ...
... (Ernst) Pascual Jordan (18 October 1902 – 31 July 1980) was a theoretical and mathematical physicist who made significant contributions to quantum mechanics and quantum field theory ... He contributed much to the mathematical form of matrix mechanics, and developed canonical anticommutation relations for fermions ... in quantum mechanics, it has found other mathematical applications ...
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