George A. Miller

Miller, George Abram

George Abram Miller, 1863–1951, American mathematician, b. Lehigh co., Pa., grad. Muhlenberg College (B.A., 1887), Ph.D. Cumberland Univ., 1893. He was professor at the Univ. of Illinois (1907–31). His chief work was in the theory of groups of finite order, in the development and use of determinants, and in the history of mathematics.

The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright© 2014, The Columbia University Press.

George A. Miller: Selected full-text books and articles

Conceptions of the Human Mind: Essays in Honor of George A. Miller
Gilbert Harman.
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1993
Communication, Language, and Meaning: Psychological Perspectives
George A. Miller.
Basic Books, 1973
Language and Communication
George A. Miller.
McGraw-Hill, 1963 (Revised edition)
Spontaneous Apprentices: Children and Language
George A. Miller.
Seabury Press, 1977
Current Trends in Information Theory
Brockway McMillan; David A. Grant; Paul M. Fitts; Frederick C. Frick; Warren S. McCulloch; George A. Miller; Henry W. Brosin.
University of Pittsburgh Press, 1953
Verbal Behavior and Learning: Problems and Processes: Proceedings
Charles N. Cofer; Barbara S. Musgrave.
McGraw-Hill, 1963
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