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W. Edwards Deming

b. 14 October 1900 d. 20 December 1993
  • Stephen E. Fienberg
  • Stephen M. Stigler
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Abstract

Long recognized as a leading proponent of statistical sampling and approaches to quality improvement, Deming led major efforts to bring statistical approaches and methods to bear on problems in government, science and industry.

Keywords

Loglinear Model Marginal Total Japanese Industry International Statistical Institute Iterative Proportional Fitting 
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  • Stephen E. Fienberg
  • Stephen M. Stigler

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