Brown, George W. (George William)
1917-2005
Brown, George William
1917-
Computers and the world of the future, 1962: page xiii (George W. Brown, born in Boston Massachusetts in 1917; received A.B. and A.M. degrees from Harvard and a Ph.D. from Princeton in mathematics; taught mathematical statistics at Iowa State College; was a mathematician with the RAND Corporation; director of CEIR Inc.)
Mathematics Genealogy Project, accessed online August 14 2017 (George William Brown; Ph.D. from Princeton University in 1940)
Obituary, published on the University of California Senate website, accessed online August 14 2017 (George W. Brown; born in Boston in 1917, died June 20 2005; received a B.A. degree in mathematics at the age of twenty from Harvard; member of the RAND Mathematics Department, directing the construction of early computer JOHNNIAC and application of mathematical game theory to military combat situations; worked at UCLA [University of California at Los Angeles] and UCI [University of California at Irvine]; published in probability theory, mathematical statistics and mathematical logic)
Wikipedia, accessed online August 14 2017 (born June 2 1917, died June 20 2005)
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