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  1. Richard Wesley Hamming (February 11, 1915 – January 7, 1998) was an American mathematician whose work had many implications for computer engineering and telecommunications. His contributions include the Hamming code (which makes use of a Hamming matrix ), the Hamming window, Hamming numbers, sphere-packing (or Hamming bound ...

    • Richard Wesley Hamming, February 11, 1915, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
    • Mathematics
    • Waldemar Trjitzinsky
    • Some Problems in the Boundary Value Theory of Linear Differential Equations (1942)
  2. Richard Wesley Hamming (Chicago, 11 de fevereiro de 1915 — Monterey, 7 de janeiro de 1998) foi um matemático estadunidense. Suas contribuições na ciência da computação incluem o Código de Hamming (que faz uso da Matriz de Hamming ), a Janela Hamming (descrita na seção 5.8 de seu livro Digital Filters ), Números Hamming , Pacotes de ...

  3. 7 de fev. de 2024 · Richard Wesley Hamming (born Feb. 11, 1915, Chicago, Ill., U.S.—died Jan. 7, 1998, Monterey, Calif.) American mathematician. Hamming received a doctorate in mathematics from the University of Illinois. In 1945 he was the chief mathematician for the Manhattan Project. After World War II, he joined Claude E. Shannon at Bell ...

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  4. 7 de jan. de 1998 · Quick Info Born 11 February 1915 Chicago, Illinois, USA Died 7 January 1998 Monterey, California, USA Summary Richard Hamming was an American mathematician and computer scientist, best known for the so-called Hamming code. View six larger pictures Biography Richard Hamming's parents were Richard J Hamming and Mabel G Redfield.

  5. Dr. Martin Mandelberg presents the Richard Wesley Hamming Legacy Project during a campus presentation, 24 October 2022. The five-year project includes a select compilation of 30,000 pages of the iconic professor’s research findings, an online archive of lectures on video and much more.

  6. 7 de jan. de 1998 · The IEEE created "The Richard W. Hamming Medal" in his honor. He was the first recipient of this $10,000 prize medal in 1988. He was elected a member of the National Academy of Engineering in 1980, and received the Harold Pender Award from the University of Pennsylvania in 1981.

  7. Richard W. Hamming's invention of error-correcting codes for computers was the result of fortune favoring the prepared mind-and of frustration. Richard W. Hamming was having a bad day. It was 1947, and Hamming was the Bell Telephone Laboratory computer evangelist.