George Tyler

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In existographies, George W. Tyler (c.1936-) (SPE:30|66AE) is an American or English control systems engineer, of some sort, noted for []

Overview

In 1989, Tyler, in his “A Thermodynamics Model of Manpower Systems”, started with the partition function for a thermodynamic system, and via three pages of interesting but funny derivation, produced a table, shown below, listing the "calculated" entropy S, internal energy U, and Helmholtz energy A of what he called “manpower systems” of workers, sized of numbers of individuals N of 0 to 5,000: [1]

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Education

In 1962, Tyler became a senior scientist with the special studies group, at the Institute for Defense Analysis, Washington, D.C. (Ѻ)

End matter

References

1. Tyler, George W. (1989). “A Thermodynamics Model of Manpower Systems” (jst), The Journal of the Operational Research Society, 40(2):137-39, Feb.

External links

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