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Neu·mann

(noy'mahn),
Ernst F.C., German histologist, anatomist, and pathologist, 1834-1918. See: Rouget-Neumann sheath.

Neu·mann

(noy'mahn),
Franz E., German physicist, 1798-1895. See: Neumann law.

Neu·mann

(noy'mahn),
Isidor, dermatologist in Hapsburg Empire, 1832-1906. See: Neumann disease.
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Stan Ulam, John von Neumann, and the Monte Carlo Method.
Fed into climatic-simulation models like those pioneered by John von Neumann, this data predicted a steady rise in global temperature.
The one farthest east is of John von Neumann, who played a key role in the early development of computers.
As early as 1951, the mathematician John von Neumann laid the groundwork for nanotechnology by showing that a machine can always be designed to build any describable device, including itself.
Me ha llamado la atencion el contraste entre las correspondencias con John von Neumann y con Ernst Zermelo sobre los teoremas de incompletud.
Often described as a genius, John von Neumann made significant contributions in a wide range of fields.
The next to go was fellow Hungarian-American John von Neumann, who died in February 1957.
As John von Neumann observed in setting forth his theory of games in 1944, the value of one's holdings is largely determined by the intentions of others.
John von Neumann, head of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton University, corroborated the successful test and predicted that hydrogen warheads would be extremely light and possess tremendous explosive power.
These meetings, attended by those we now recognise as amongst the great stars of immediate post war scientific life in the USA, included anthropologists Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson, mathematician and computation theorist John von Neumann and Norbert Wiener.
Antes de la II contienda mundial, tanto el matematico frances Emile Borel como el hungaro-estadunidense John von Neumann habian procurado aplicar formulas y razonamientos matematicos al estudio de todo tipo de juegos, desde el domino hasta el ajedrez y las batallas navales; pero solo fue durante el conflicto belico y, a continuacion, en los albores de la guerra fria, cuando el tema se volvio de angustiosa importancia, para prever los movimientos y opciones del enemigo.
De nino, John von Neumann, el matematico --tenia seis anos--, vio un dia a su madre callada, sin hacer nada, y le pregunto: "Mama, ?