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R. Duncan Luce is the Distinguished Research Professor of Cognitive Science at the University of California, Irvine. He was awarded a PhD in Mathematics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1950. He received the 2003 National Medal of Science in behavioral and social science for his contributions to the field of mathematical psychology.
- A Lifetime of Calculating Choices. Stephanie Bowen, The Social Science Journal, UC Irvine, 2004.
- Duncan Luce as a Measurement Theorist. Patrick Suppes, in Choice, Decision and Measurement (A. A. J. Marley, ed.), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1997, pp. 103–109.
- Decision Science Researcher Profile: Duncan Luce Awarded 2003 Medal of Science, Decision Science News, 2005.
See also Edit
- ru:Люче, Данкан
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