The story begins in the mid-1950s when a mathematician and physicist named Ed Thorp, who Patterson calls the "godfather of the quants," became interested in blackjack after reading an article in the Journal of the American Statistical Association that was based on analysis of the probabilities of thousands of blackjack hands.
What does JASA stand for?
JASA stands for Journal of the American Statistical Association
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We have 27 other meanings of JASA in our Acronym Attic
- Jane Austen Society of Australia
- Japan Amateur Sports Association
- Japan Embedded Systems Technology Association
- Japan-America Society of Alabama (Birmingham, AL)
- Japan-America Society of Arkansas (est. 1994)
- Jewish Association for Services for the Aged
- Joint Accreditation Support Activity
- Joint Airborne SIGINT Architecture
- Joint And Staff Activities
- Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
- Juice and Smoothie Association
- Junior Achievement South Africa
- Just Another Stupid Acronym
- Jamaica Association of Students at Cavehill
- Jamaican and American Students Associating Through Cultural Awareness
- Joint Aerospace System Administrator Course
- Joint Afloat Systems Administrative Course
- Juvenile Automated Substance Abuse Evaluation
- Joint Airborne SIGINT Architecture Foundation
- Japan Association of Simulation and Gaming
Samples in periodicals archive:
Journal of the American Statistical Association, 87, 1227-1237.
Each recipient received a certificate and will share a $1,000 cash award in recognition of their paper entitled "Not Asked and Not Answered: Multiple Imputation for Multiple Surveys," published in the Journal of the American Statistical Association, Volume 93, No.
His publications have appeared in the American Economic Review, the Journal of Monetary Economics, the Journal of Political Economy, the Journal of the American Statistical Association and the International Economic Review.