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Studies in the History of Probability and Statistics. XXXVII A. M. Turing's Statistical Work in World War II
I. J. Good
Vol. 66, No. 2 (Aug., 1979), pp. 393-396
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An account is given of A. M. Turing's unpublished contributions to statistics during 1941 or 1940.
Biometrika © 1979 Biometrika Trust