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'''Ledyard R Tucker''' (19 September 1910 [[Glenwood Springs, Colorado]] – 16 August 2004 [[Savoy, Illinois]]) was an American mathematician who specialized in statistics and psychometrics. His Ph.D. advisor at the [[University of Chicago]] was [[Louis Leon Thurstone]]. Tucker is best known for his [[Tucker decomposition]] and [[Tucker–Koopman–Linn model]]. He is credited with the invention of [[Angoff method]].
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'''Ledyard R Tucker''' (19 September 1910 Glenwood Springs, Colorado – 16 August 2004 Savoy, Illinois) was an American mathematician who specialized in [[statistics]] and [[psychometrics]]. His Ph.D. advisor at the [[University of Chicago]] was [[Louis Leon Thurstone]]. Tucker is best known for his [[Tucker decomposition]] and [[Tucker–Koopman–Linn model]]. He is credited with the invention of [[Angoff method]].
   
 
==Selected publications==
 
==Selected publications==

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Ledyard R Tucker (19 September 1910 Glenwood Springs, Colorado – 16 August 2004 Savoy, Illinois) was an American mathematician who specialized in statistics and psychometrics. His Ph.D. advisor at the University of Chicago was Louis Leon Thurstone. Tucker is best known for his Tucker decomposition and Tucker–Koopman–Linn model. He is credited with the invention of Angoff method.

Selected publicationsEdit

  • Ledyard Tucker (September 1966). Some mathematical notes on three-mode factor analysis. Psychometrika 31 (3): 279–311.

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