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May 04, 2017 · Robin Dale ShawABILENE, TX - Robin Dale Shaw, 57, passed away Friday, April 28, 2017. Graveside service will be 11:00AM, Friday, May 5, 2017 at the Texas State Veterans Cemetery at Abilene, 7457 West
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Aug 23, 2017 · SHAWJOHN, SR.Retired SEPTA driver, passed on August 14, 2017. Survived by wife, Pamela Shaw; children: John Jr., Harvey, and Janeen; other relatives and friends ...
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Mar 06, 2017 · OLEAN, N.Y. - John H. Shaw, 95, of Olean, and a former lifelong resident of Bolivar, went to be with the Lord on Sunday (March 5, 2017) in his home surrounded by his loving family, after a short illne
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Jun 22, 2021 · Mary Jane Shaw, 87, of Ligonier, died Saturday, June 19, 2021 in Excela Latrobe Hospital. She was born Feb. 7, 1934, in Fairfield Township, a daughter of the late John F. and Dorothy Horner Berkey.
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- February 7, 1934
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Feb 04, 2017 · Rebecca J. Shaw, 65, of Country Meadows of Hershey passed away Wednesday, February 1, 2017. Born July 31, 1951 in Huntington, West Virginia, she was a daughter of the late Franklin O'Dell and Peachy
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Oct 14, 2018 · Doctors may make home visits in Amish communities, as in the case of the well known doctor Elton Lehman, described in the book House Calls and Hitching Posts . Lehman gained the trust of his patients and served the Amish community in Wayne and Holmes counties for over three decades, delivering babies and caring for injured and sick Amish people.
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Herbert Alexander Simon was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on June 15, 1916. Simon's father, Arthur Simon (1881–1948), was a Jewish electrical engineer who came to the United States from Germany in 1903 after earning his engineering degree at Technische Hochschule Darmstadt. An inventor, Arthur also was an independent patent attorney. Simon's mother, Edna Marguerite Merkel (1888-1969), was an accomplished pianist whose ancestors came from Prague and Cologne. Simon's European ancestors were piano makers, goldsmiths, and vintners. Like his father, Simon's mother also came from a family with Jewish, Lutheran, and Catholic backgrounds. Simon attended Milwaukee Public Schools, where he developed an interest in science and established himself as an atheist. While attending middle school, Simon wrote a letter to "the editor of the Milwaukee Journal defending the civil liberties of atheists". Unlike most children, Simon's family introduced him to the idea that human behavior could be studied...
After graduating with his undergraduate degree, Simon obtained a research assistantship in municipal administration which turned into a directorship at the University of California, Berkeley. From 1942 to 1949, Simon was a professor of political science and also served as department chairman at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. There, he began participating in the seminars held by the staff of the Cowles Commission who at that time included Trygve Haavelmo, Jacob Marschak, and Tjalling Koopmans. He thus began an in-depth study of economics in the area of institutionalism. Marschak brought Simon in to assist in the study he was currently undertaking with Sam Schurr of the "prospective economic effects of atomic energy". From 1949 to 2001, Simon was a faculty member at Carnegie-Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1949, Simon became a professor of administration and chairman of the Department of Industrial Management at Carnegie Institute of Technology ("Carne...
Seeking to replace the highly simplified classical approach to economic modeling, Simon became best known for his theory of corporate decision in his book Administrative Behavior. In this book he based his concepts with an approach that recognized multiple factors that contribute to decision making. His organization and administration interest allowed him to not only serve three times as a university department chairman, but he also played a big part in the creation of the Economic Cooperation Administration in 1948; administrative team that administered aid to the Marshall Plan for the U.S. government, serving on President Lyndon Johnson's Science Advisory Committee, and also the National Academy of Science. Simon has made a great number of contributions to both economic analysis and applications. Because of this, his work can be found in a number of economic literary works, making contributions to areas such as mathematical economics including theorem, human rationality, behaviora...
Simon received many top-level honors in life, including becoming a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1959; election as a Member of the National Academy of Sciences in 1967; APA Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Psychology (1969); the ACM's Turing Award for making "basic contributions to artificial intelligence, the psychology of human cognition, and list processing" (1975); the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics "for his pioneering research into the decision-making process within economic organizations" (1978); the National Medal of Science (1986); the APA's Award for Outstanding Lifetime Contributions to Psychology (1993); ACM fellow (1994); and IJCAI Award for Research Excellence(1995). 1. Honorary doctorate, Lund School of Economics and Management, 1968. 2. Honorary degree, University of Pavia, 1988. 3. Honorary Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) degree from Harvard University in 1990. 4. Honorary degree, University of Buenos Aires, 1999.
Simon was a prolific writer and authored 27 books and almost a thousand papers. As of 2016, Simon was the most cited person in artificial intelligence and cognitive psychology on Google Scholar.With almost a thousand highly cited publications, he was one of the most influential social scientists of the twentieth century.
Simon married Dorothea Pye in 1938. Their marriage lasted 63 years until his death. In January 2001, Simon underwent surgery at UPMC Presbyterianto remove a cancerous tumor in his abdomen. Although the surgery was successful, Simon later succumbed to the complications that followed. They had three children, Katherine, Peter, and Barbara. His wife died in 2002. From 1950 to 1955, Simon studied mathematical economics and during this time, together with David Hawkins, discovered and proved the Hawkins–Simon theorem on the "conditions for the existence of positive solution vectors for input-output matrices". He also developed theorems on near-decomposability and aggregation. Having begun to apply these theorems to organizations, by 1954 Simon determined that the best way to study problem-solving was to simulate it with computer programs, which led to his interest in computer simulation of human cognition. Founded during the 1950s, he was among the first members of the Society for Genera...Bhargava, Alok (1997). "Editor's introduction: Analysis of data on health". Journal of Econometrics. 77: 1–4. doi:10.1016/s0304-4076(96)01803-9.Courtois, P.J., 1977. Decomposability: queueing and computer system applications. New York: Academic Press. Courtois was influenced by the work of Simon and Albert Andoon hierarchical nearly-decomp...Frantz, R., and Marsh, L. (Eds.) (2016). Minds, Models and Milieux: Commemorating the Centennial of the Birth of Herbert Simon. Palgrave Macmillan.Herbert Alexander Simon at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
Feb 05, 2010 · Rush Hudson Limbaugh III - January 12, 1951 - February 17, 2021. KQV's Jeff Christie passed away after battling lung cancer on Wednesday February 17, 2021. He workid in Pittsburgh radio at WIXZ in McKeesport in 1972 and 1973 before coming to KQV in October 1972. He stayed at KQV until August, 1974.