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Jerzy Neyman’s contributions to mathematical statistics did not stop with the Neyman-Pearson formulation of hypothesis testing. He was an imaginative prolific thinker who lived into his late eighties. In addition to founding the Department of Statistics at the University of California, Berkeley, he organized a series of seminal conferences (The Berkeley Symposia on Mathematical Statistics and Probability), he encouraged and developed a generation of students who have made their mark on the subject, and he continued to turn out original papers that are a delight to study and that contain strikingly original contributions.
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