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  1. Nicolas Chopin (in Polish: Mikołaj Chopin; 15 April 1771 – 3 May 1844) was a teacher of the French language in Prussian- and Russian-ruled Poland, and father of Polish composer Frédéric Chopin. [1] Contents 1 Life 2 Family 3 Assessment 4 See also 5 Notes 6 References Life [ edit]

  2. crest.science › user › Nicolas-CHOPINNicolas CHOPIN | CREST

    Nicolas Chopin is a Professor of Data Sciences at the ENSAE since 2006. Before that he was a lecturer at Bristol University (2003-2006).

  3. Nicolas Chopin (en polaco: Mikołaj Chopin; 15 de abril de 1771 - 3 de mayo de 1844) fue un profesor de francés en la Polonia dominada por el Imperio prusiano y ruso y padre del compositor polaco Frédéric Chopin. Nicolas Chopin natcque en el pueblo de Marainville-sur-Madon (Departamento de los Vosgos), en la provincia de Lorena, Francia.

  4. Nicolas Chopin and Omiros Papaspiliopoulos. Available here. See software for the accompanying Python library, particles. Chapters: Introduction; Introduction to state-space models; Beyond state-space models; Introduction to Markov processes; Feynman-Kac models: definition, properties and recursions; Finite state-spaces and hidden Markov models

  5. Composers and their dads: famous fathers in classical music 8. Nicolas Chopin (1771-1884) Chopin's father, Nicolas, was a Frenchman who migrated to Poland when he was 16, in 1787. He worked as a French teacher, and adopted the Polish form of his name, Mikołaj. 15 images

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    Nicolas Chopin Personal Information NEWS: I have a new web-site on github. I will delete this one in a few months. I am a professor of Statistics at the ENSAE since 2006. Before that I was a...

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