# Difference between revisions of "John R. Ragazzini"

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In 1950, he co-authored, with [[Lotfi A. Zadeh]], a seminal paper on an extension of [[Norbert Wiener|Wiener's]] theory of prediction. In 1952, he co-authored, also with Lotfi A. Zadeh, a paper on sampled-data systems which led to the widely used method of z-transformation. | In 1950, he co-authored, with [[Lotfi A. Zadeh]], a seminal paper on an extension of [[Norbert Wiener|Wiener's]] theory of prediction. In 1952, he co-authored, also with Lotfi A. Zadeh, a paper on sampled-data systems which led to the widely used method of z-transformation. | ||

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## Revision as of 15:17, 10 January 2013

## Biography

In 1950, he co-authored, with Lotfi A. Zadeh, a seminal paper on an extension of Wiener's theory of prediction. In 1952, he co-authored, also with Lotfi A. Zadeh, a paper on sampled-data systems which led to the widely used method of z-transformation.