The Berkeley Statistics Department II: The Second Generation
The preceding chapter discussed Neyman’s struggle that ended with the establishment of the statistics department in 1955, and the subsequent development of the department up to 1976. It provided an account of the faculty members hired by Neyman—what might be called the first generation. This chapter sketches the careers of the four members of the second generation to whom I was closest.
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