Jim Douglas, Jr.

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Ph.D. Rice University 1952 UnitedStates
Dissertation: I. Two Equivalent Methods for Sequences on Random Variables. II. The Expansion of Measures on Series of Orthogonal Measures

Advisor: Hugh Daniel Brunk

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Jones, B. FrankRice University19619
Cannon, JohnRice University196256
Batten, Jr., GeorgeRice University1963
Miller, C. KeithRice University196320
Ford, WayneRice University19646
Saylor, RichardRice University1966
Dupont, ToddRice University196861
Saylor, PaulRice University196851
Johnson, RaymondRice University19692
Meyer, HaroldThe University of Chicago19691
Shreve, DavidRice University1969
Raupp, MarcoThe University of Chicago1971
Wheeler, MaryRice University197194
Luskin, MitchellThe University of Chicago197741
Rose, MichaelThe University of Chicago1978
Arnold, DouglasThe University of Chicago197916
Russell, ThomasThe University of Chicago19805
Brown, DavidThe University of Chicago1982
Milner, FabioThe University of Chicago198340
Santos, JuanThe University of Chicago1983
Garcia, SoniaThe University of Chicago1984
Squeff, Maria CristinaThe University of Chicago1985
Cockburn, BernardoThe University of Chicago198640
Morley, MaryThe University of Chicago1986
Arbogast, ToddThe University of Chicago198710
Wang, JunpingThe University of Chicago19881
Gamba, IreneThe University of Chicago19899
Chen, ZhangxinPurdue University19915
Hensley, JeffreyPurdue University1991
Sheen, DongwooPurdue University199128
Feng, XiaobingPurdue University199215
Wei, YutingPurdue University1993
Zhang, BoPurdue University1993
Bennethum, LynnPurdue University19944
Yeh, Li-MingPurdue University1994
Kim, SeongjaiPurdue University1995
Yang, DaoqiPurdue University1995
Huang, Chieh-SenPurdue University1998
Spagnuolo, AnnaPurdue University19982
Spyropoulos, JohnPurdue University1999
Park, MoongyuPurdue University2002
Yi, Son-YoungPurdue University2006

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