Mathematical thinking in behavioral sciences : readings from Scientific American / with introductions by David M. Messick; San Francisco : W.H. Freeman, c1968; Includes bibliographical references (p. [223]-229) and an index;""Part One: The analysis of uncertainty: Probability. Introduction -- Chance / Ayer -- What is probability? / Carnap -- Subjective probability / Cohen -- Probability / Kac -- The Monte Carlo Method / McCracken -- Cybernetics / Wiener -- The mathematics of communication / Weaver -- Error-correcting codes / Peterson -- Redundancy in computers / Pierce -- Feedback / Tustin -- Control theory / Bellman -- The theory of games / Morgenstern -- Game theory and decisions / Hurwicz -- The use and misuse of game theory / Rapoport -- Linear programming / Cooper and Charnes -- Man viewed as a machine / Kemeny -- Self-producing machines / Penrose -- A machine that learns / Walter -- Computer v. chess-player / Bernstein and De V. Roberts -- Artificial intelligence / Minsky -- Pattern recognition by machine / Selfridge and Neisser -- Part Five: Recent computer applications. Introduction -- Computers / Ulam -- Numerical taxonomy / Sokal -- Texture and visual perception / Julesz -- The analysis of brain waves / Brazier - Chromosome analysis by computer / Ledley and Ruddle -- The uses of computers in education / Suppes""

Add tags for Mathematical thinking in behavioral sciences : readings from Scientific American / with introductions by David M. Messick; San Francisco : W.H. Freeman, c1968; Includes bibliographical references (p. [223]-229) and an index;""Part One: The analysis of uncertainty: Probability. Introduction -- Chance / Ayer -- What is probability? / Carnap -- Subjective probability / Cohen -- Probability / Kac -- The Monte Carlo Method / McCracken -- Cybernetics / Wiener -- The mathematics of communication / Weaver -- Error-correcting codes / Peterson -- Redundancy in computers / Pierce -- Feedback / Tustin -- Control theory / Bellman -- The theory of games / Morgenstern -- Game theory and decisions / Hurwicz -- The use and misuse of game theory / Rapoport -- Linear programming / Cooper and Charnes -- Man viewed as a machine / Kemeny -- Self-producing machines / Penrose -- A machine that learns / Walter -- Computer v. chess-player / Bernstein and De V. Roberts -- Artificial intelligence / Minsky -- Pattern recognition by machine / Selfridge and Neisser -- Part Five: Recent computer applications. Introduction -- Computers / Ulam -- Numerical taxonomy / Sokal -- Texture and visual perception / Julesz -- The analysis of brain waves / Brazier - Chromosome analysis by computer / Ledley and Ruddle -- The uses of computers in education / Suppes""

Post a Comment for Mathematical thinking in behavioral sciences : readings from Scientific American / with introductions by David M. Messick; San Francisco : W.H. Freeman, c1968; Includes bibliographical references (p. [223]-229) and an index;""Part One: The analysis of uncertainty: Probability. Introduction -- Chance / Ayer -- What is probability? / Carnap -- Subjective probability / Cohen -- Probability / Kac -- The Monte Carlo Method / McCracken -- Cybernetics / Wiener -- The mathematics of communication / Weaver -- Error-correcting codes / Peterson -- Redundancy in computers / Pierce -- Feedback / Tustin -- Control theory / Bellman -- The theory of games / Morgenstern -- Game theory and decisions / Hurwicz -- The use and misuse of game theory / Rapoport -- Linear programming / Cooper and Charnes -- Man viewed as a machine / Kemeny -- Self-producing machines / Penrose -- A machine that learns / Walter -- Computer v. chess-player / Bernstein and De V. Roberts -- Artificial intelligence / Minsky -- Pattern recognition by machine / Selfridge and Neisser -- Part Five: Recent computer applications. Introduction -- Computers / Ulam -- Numerical taxonomy / Sokal -- Texture and visual perception / Julesz -- The analysis of brain waves / Brazier - Chromosome analysis by computer / Ledley and Ruddle -- The uses of computers in education / Suppes""