Thomas Nall Eden Greville was an American mathematician, specializing in statistical analysis, particularly as it concerned the experimental investigation of psi.Biography/Career Greville was born in New York on December 27, 1910, and died in 1998. Following receipt of a B.A. degree from the University of the South in 1930, and a M.A. degree in 1932, he received a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 1933. His Ph.D. thesis concerned Invariance of the Property of Admissiblitiy Under Certain General Types of Transformations. Thereafter Greville worked as actuarial assistant in the company Acacia Mutual Life Insurance ; instructor in mathematics at the University of Michigan ; actuarial mathematician in the U.S. Bureau of the Census ; chief of the Actuarial Analysis section of the National Office of Vital Statistics ; statistical consultant to the U.S. Operations Mission to Brazil ; assistant chief actuary, U.S. Social Security Administration ; chief mathematician in the Office of the Quartermaster General ; vice-president of the S.A. Millar Company, Washington, D.C. ; and visiting professor within the Mathematics Research Center of the U.S. Army in 1962. From 1963 to 1985, he worked as a mathematics Professor at the Mathematics Research Center at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.Source: Wikipedia
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