Norman Lloyd Johnson

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Ph.D. University of London 1948 UnitedKingdom
Dissertation: A Family of Frequency Curves

Advisor: Egon Sharpe Pearson

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Bartholomew, D.University of London19564
Bhattacharyya, HelenThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1973
Chalfant, JamesNorth Carolina State University19831
Chand, NanakThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1973
Cole, JamesThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1969
Collins, KeithNorth Carolina State University1977
Dat, NguyenThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1982
Ghosh, BhaskarUniversity of London19593
Hoel, DavidThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19664
Hsu, Chin-FeiThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1977
Jenkins, GwilymUniversity of London195616
Kettenring, JonThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19691
Kikuchi, DavidThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1980
Kleinbaum, DavidThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19701
Mallows, ColinUniversity of London19531
Moore, MarvaThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1979
Nam, YongThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1977
Obenchain, RobertThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1969
O'Fallon, JudithThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1973
Read, CampbellThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1969
Segami, CarlosThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1976
Somerville, PaulThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1953
Stokes, S. LynneThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19769
Walker, JosephThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1976
Watts, DonnaThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1979

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