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According to Wikipedia, Alston Scott Householder was an American mathematician who specialized in mathematical biology and numerical analysis. He is the inventor of the Householder transformation and of Householder's method.

- The Theory of Matrices in Numerical Analysis (1964) (1604)
- Design for a Brain. (1953) (1074)
- Discussion of a set of points in terms of their mutual distances (1938) (779)
- Unitary Triangularization of a Nonsymmetric Matrix (1958) (542)
- The numerical treatment of a single nonlinear equation (1970) (487)
- Handbook for Automatic Computation (1960) (454)
- Principles of Numerical Analysis (1954) (394)
- A Survey of Numerical Analysis (1963) (238)
- The Mathematical Basis of the Interpretation of Tracer Experiments in Closed Steady‐State Systems (1951) (177)
- Matrix Approximation and Latent Roots (1938) (98)
- On certain methods for expanding the characteristic polynomial (1959) (74)
- A Survey of Some Closed Methods for Inverting Matrices (1957) (62)
- Solution of Equations and Systems of Equations (A. M. Ostrowski) (1967) (57)
- The Approximate Solution of Matrix Problems (1958) (57)
- Some Inverse Characteristic Value Problems (1956) (49)
- Bezoutiants, Elimination and Localization (1970) (47)
- Presidential Address to the ACM (1956) (42)
- On the Convergence of Matrix Iterations (1956) (41)
- Bigradients and the Problem of Routh and Hurwitz (1968) (40)
- Some inequalities involving the euclidean condition of a matrix (1960) (38)
- On certain iterative methods for solving linear systems (1960) (38)
- A note on multidimensional psychophysical analysis (1941) (36)
- ...Mathematical biophysics of the central nervous system, by Alston S. Householder and Herbert D. Landahl. (1945) (31)
- Generalizations of an algorithm of Sebastião e Silva (1971) (28)
- Absolute norms and characteristic roots (1961) (27)
- A Class of Methods for Inverting Matrices (1958) (25)
- A neural mechanism for discrimination (1939) (21)
- Dandelin, Lobacevskii, or Graeffe (1959) (20)
- A theory of steady-state activity in nerve-fiber networks: I. Definitions and preliminary lemmas (1941) (15)
- Neuron circuits: The self-exciting neuron (1939) (15)
- Retiring Presidential Address (1957) (15)
- Moments and characteristic roots. II (1968) (15)
- J.H. Wilkinson (1919–1986) (1987) (12)
- Minimal matrix norms (1959) (12)
- Some Numerical Methods for Solving Systems of Linear Equations (1950) (11)
- A theory of steady-state activity in nerve-fiber networks II: The simple circuit (1941) (11)
- A neural mechanism for discrimination: II. Discrimination of weights (1940) (11)
- Advances and Applications of Mathematical Biology (1941) (11)
- Elementary Theory of Equations. (1940) (11)
- The singular values of involutory and of idempotent matrices (1963) (11)
- The padé table, the frobenius identities, and the qd algorithm (1971) (11)
- On matrices with non-negative elements (1958) (11)
- Determination of eigenvectors of symmetric idempotent matrices (1971) (11)
- A theory of the induced size effect (1943) (10)
- Terminating and Nonterminating Iterations for Solving Linear Systems (1955) (10)
- The Kantorovich and Some Related Inequalities (1965) (10)
- A theory of steady-state activity in nerve-fiber networks: IV.N circuits with a common synapse (1942) (9)
- A theory of steady-state activity in nerve-fiber networks III: The simple circuit in complete activity (1941) (9)
- Moments and characteristic roots (1960) (8)
- A neural mechanism for discrimination III: Visually perceived lengths and distances (1940) (8)
- Factorial invariance and significance (1940) (7)
- A note concerning positive matrices and M-matrices (1959) (7)
- Weber laws, the Weber law, and psychophysical analysis (1940) (7)
- Generation of errors in digital computation (1954) (7)
- The Numerical Factorization of a Polynomial (1971) (7)
- Multigradients and the zeros of transcendental functions (1971) (6)
- Polynomial iterations to roots of algebraic equations (1951) (6)
- A Detailed Proof of the Chi-Square Test of Goodness of Fit. (1940) (6)
- Some aspects of Rashevsky's theory of delayed reflexes (1937) (6)
- On a Condition for the Nonsingularity of a Matrix (1972) (6)
- On the mutual influence of individuals in a social group (1941) (6)
- ON DEFLATING MATRICES (1961) (5)
- Cellular forms: The tri-axial cell. I (1942) (5)
- Statistical distribution of impedance elements in biological systems (1941) (5)
- A Stochastic Model for the Selection of Macronuclear Units in Paramecium Growth (1954) (5)
- Comments on “some iterations for factoring a polynomial” (1969) (5)
- (Lewin, Kurt. Principles of Topological Psychology. Translated by Fritz and Grace Heider. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1936. Pp. 231.) (1939) (4)
- A note on Gerschgorin's inclusion theorem for eigenvalues of matrices (1970) (4)
- Some Group Interaction Models (1952) (4)
- Generated Error in Rotational Tridiagonalization (1958) (4)
- Norms and the localization of roots of matrices (1968) (4)
- Mathematical biophysics of cellular forms and movements (1941) (4)
- Neural structure in perception and response. (1947) (4)
- Studies in the mathematical theory of excitation (1939) (3)
- KWIC Index for the Numerical Treatment of Nonlinear Equations (1972) (3)
- On a theorem of Koenig (1966) (3)
- Schröder and Trudi: A Historical Excursion (1974) (3)
- Bibliography on Numerical Analysis (1956) (3)
- Separation theorems for normalizable matrices (1966) (2)
- ON SOLVING LINEAR ALGEBRAIC SYSTEMS (1954) (2)
- The kinetics of enzyme inactivation (1943) (2)
- Bigradients and the Euclid-Sturm Algorithm (1974) (2)
- A note on the horopter (1940) (2)
- Erratum: Bigradients and the Problem of Routh and Hurwitz (1968) (2)
- Concerning Rashevsky's theory of the “Gestalt” (1939) (2)
- Postscript to “Generalizations of an algorithm of Sebastião e Silva” (1973) (1)
- Equivalence of the theories of nervous excitation of Hill, Monnier, and Rashevsky (1944) (1)
- Note on Rashevsky's equation for cellular growth (1943) (1)
- Discussions and Notes (1942) (1)
- SOME INVERSE CHARACTERISTIC VALUE PROBLEMS WHICH ARISE IN THE STUDY OF SIMPLE MOLECULES (1955) (1)
- Review: N. Rashevsky, Mathematical theory of human relations. An approach to a mathematical biology of social phenomena (1949) (1)
- A note on the diffusion of electrolytes in cells (1942) (1)
- Excitation of a chain of neurones (1938) (1)
- Reminiscences of Oak Ridge (1980) (1)
- The two-factor theory of nervous excitation with non-normal accommodation (1944) (1)
- Generated error in the solution of certain linear difference equations (1956) (0)
- Matrix Calculus . E. Bodewig. North- Holland, Amsterdam; Interscience, New York, 1956. 334 pp. $7.50. (1957) (0)
- George E. Forsythe (1973) (0)
- SOME OBSERVATIONS ON REACTOR CRITICALITY CALCULATIONS (1956) (0)
- Methods and products for irregularly shaped bikomponentglasfasern (1995) (0)
- THE INTERPRETATION OF EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS OF TRANSFERS WITHIN A TWO- COMPARTMENT SYSTEM, USING ISOTOPIC TRACERS (1949) (0)
- Dynamics of quadrupedal locomotion (1945) (0)
- Some Notes for Simple Pavlovian Learning (1951) (0)
- A Determinant (J. Prasad) (1970) (0)
- Culbertson James T.. Consciousness and behavior. A neural analysis of behavior and of consciousness . Wm. C. Brown Company, Dubuque 1950, xxi + 210 pp. (1951) (0)
- Conditioning circuits (1938) (0)
- Book Reviews: Dictionary of Mathematical Sciences, English-German (1955) (0)
- Letters to the editor (1963) (0)
- Non-woven fiber mat corresponding production (1997) (0)
- Review: James T. Culbertson, Consciousness and Behavior. A Neural Analysis of Behavior and of Consciousness (1951) (0)
- Multi-Group, Multi-Reflector Pile Theory, (1947) (0)
- THE TWO GROUP THEORY OF PILES WITH MULTIPLE REFLECTORS (1946) (0)
- Mathematical biophysics and the central nervous system (1946) (0)
- On the Penultimate Remainder Algorithm and the Catalytic Multiplier (1970) (0)
- Numerical Analysis . With emphasis on the application of numerical techniques to problems of infinitestimal calculus in single variable. Zdeněk Kopal. Wiley, New York, 1955. 556 pp. Illus. $12. (1956) (0)
- Book Reviews: Mathematics for the Chemist. Mathematical Analysis for Chemists, Physicists, and Chemical Engineers (1955) (0)
- Names for Binary Numbers. (1958) (0)
- Book Reviews: Numerical Analysis. With Emphasis on the Application of Numerical Techniques to Problems of Infinitestimal Calculus in Single Variable (1956) (0)
- Book Review:A History of Numerical Analysis from the 16th through the 19th Century Herman H. Goldstine (1979) (0)
- Mathematical analysis of binocular vision (1947) (0)
- Some Algebraic Identities (Stan Kaplan) (1971) (0)
- The Addition Formulas in Trigonometry (1942) (0)
- Symposium on Matrix Computations (1962) (0)
- Approximations for Digital Computers . Cecil Hastings, Jr., assisted by Jeanne T. Hayward and James P. Wong, Jr. Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, N.J., 1955. viii + 201 pp. $4. (1955) (0)
- KWIC Index for Matrices in Numerical Analysis (1971) (0)
- An Etymological Excursion (1937) (0)
- The Mind of Robots. Sense data, memory images, and behavior in conscious automata. James T. Culbertson. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 1963. xiv + 466 pp. Illus. $10 (1963) (0)
- Book Reviews: Speech: Code, Meaning, and Communication (1955) (0)
- Muscular dynamics and muscular efficiency: I. The isometric length-tension diagram of striated skeletal muscle (1945) (0)
- On synchronous sporulation with possible reference to malarial parasites (1943) (0)
- Kwic index for numerical algebra (1969) (0)
- Biochemistry and morphogenesis (1944) (0)
- MATHEMATICS DIVISION ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT FOR PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1964 (1965) (0)
- Book review (1956) (0)
- Dictionary of Mathematical Sciences, English-German . vol II. Leo Herland. Ungar, New York, 1954. 336 pp. $4.50. (1955) (0)
- Transform Calculus with an Introduction to Complex Variables . E. J. Scott. Harper, New York, 1955. ix + 330 pp. Illus. $7.50. (1955) (0)
- Book review (1952) (0)
- Note on anodal excitation (1943) (0)
- Mathematical Profiles (1957) (0)

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