Chris Winsor

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On the assumptions (1) that the state of the photoreceptor is completely determined by its previous history in respect of exposure to light, (2) that photoreception involves two opposed processes, one of which is light-sensitive, and (3) that sensation is determined by the rate of the light-sensitive process integrated over a short period, it is shown that(More)
The Department of Statistics at Princeton lasted only 20 years, but its activities have had a lasting impact on the discipline. We recount the history of the department as best we can from our limited involvement (we were graduate students in 1966–1970 and 1975–1979, respectively) and from published articles, department annual reports, and a few interviews.(More)
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