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Daniel Weiss - Professor of Psychology and Program in Linguistics, Penn State University Park

Book Title: Aspects and Applications of the Random Walk

Author: George H. Weiss

Book Description:

My father passed away shortly before I learned of my promotion to full professor. He was a prolific scientist who made deep contributions to the fields of physics and mathematics. He was also a terrific father who invested in my education, fostered my curiosity, and believed I could accomplish anything I set my mind toward. Whether it was playing catch in the backyard or teaching me algebra at the kitchen table, I was blessed with a great dad. Given that some of my father's most important contributions related to random walks, this book seemed like a particularly fitting choice to acknowledge his contributions to my own success.

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