Volume I was published in 1993 edited by Neil Sloane and Aaron Wyner.
Volume II (consisting of unpublished miscellaneous manuscripts) has just been made available by Neil Sloane.
Thanks to Matthieu Bloch, the various manuscripts can be individually accessed from
Claude Shannon’s acceptance speech “Development of Communication and Computing, and my Hobby”
A nice history can be found in
Fienberg, Stephen E. (2006). “When Did Bayesian Inference Become “Bayesian”?”. Bayesian Analysis 1 (1): 1–40.
James Massey, pioneering coding and information theorist, passed away today June 16, 2013 after a battle with cancer.
An extended interview can be found in
Please add your name to the petition list:
including Claude E. Shannon Award winner Sol Golomb
Nominations of people born on or after January 1, 1974
for outstanding contributions in Mathematical Aspects of Information Sciences including:
- All mathematical aspects of computer science, including complexity theory, logic of programming languages, analysis of algorithms, cryptography, computer vision, pattern recognition, information processing and modelling of intelligence.
- Scientific computing and numerical analysis. Computational aspects of optimization and control theory. Computer algebra.
Nomination Procedure: http://www.mathunion.org/general/prizes/nevanlinna/details/