# Edwin Thompson Jaynes, Ph.D.

## Affiliations: | 1950-1960 | Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA | |

1960-1992 | Physics | Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO |

##### Area:

Maximum Entropy, Bayesian Theory##### Website:

http://library.wustl.edu/units/spec/exhibits/crow/jaynesbio.html##### Google:

"Edwin Jaynes"##### Bio:

(1922 - 1998)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edwin_Thompson_Jaynes

http://www.genealogy.math.ndsu.nodak.edu/id.php?id=91282

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#### Parents

Sign in to add mentorEugene Paul Wigner | grad student | 1951 | Princeton | |

(An Electronic Theory of Ferroelectricity) |

#### Children

Sign in to add traineePhil Fraundorf | grad student | Washington University | |

Frederick W. Cummings | grad student | 1955-1960 | Stanford |

Douglas James Scalapino | grad student | 1961 | Stanford |

Joseph H. Eberly | grad student | 1962 | Stanford |

Carlos R. Stroud | grad student | 1969 | Washington University |

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Jaynes ET. (2003) Probability theory : the logic of science The Mathematical Intelligencer. 27: 83-83 |

Jaynes ET. (1973) The well-posed problem Foundations of Physics. 3: 477-492 |

Stroud CR, Jaynes ET. (1970) Long-term solutions in semiclassical radiation theory Physical Review A. 1: 106-121 |

Crisp MD, Jaynes ET. (1969) Radiative effects in semiclassical theory Physical Review. 179: 1253-1261 |

Jaynes ET, Cummings FW. (1963) Comparison of Quantum and Semiclassical Radiation Theories with Application to the Beam Maser Proceedings of the Ieee. 51: 89-109 |

Jaynes ET. (1957) Information theory and statistical mechanics Physical Review. 106: 620-630 |