Shapley

[ US /ˈʃæpɫi/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States astronomer (1885-1972)
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How To Use Shapley In A Sentence

  • So allocation of the transmission cost becomes a focus issue. This paper introduces the Shapley Value of cooperative game to allocate the transmission cost.
  • Shapley noted that nebulous objects tended to be everywhere except in the Milky Way plane.
  • Shapley also pointed out in that paper that the noted increase in the distance of the clouds explains the ‘failure of the persistent Harvard searches for cluster-type cepheids in the Magellanic Clouds and their globular clusters.’
  • Around 1915, Shapley decentered the solar system by placing it toward the periphery of our galaxy.
  • Shapley of Caltech and their collaborators combined galaxy spectra taken in both visible and infrared light.
  • The nucleolus is plausible because people actually come to it, and to the Shapley value, without any knowledge of game theory: TVA asked how to allocate the benefits of its dam and came up with the Shapley value, a generalized version of the Aristotelean proportionality rule that is sensitive to concerns about team play. Archive 2009-05-01
  • Around 1915, Shapley decentered the solar system by placing it toward the periphery of our galaxy.
  • This particular planetary nebula, pictured above and designated Shapley 1 after the famous astronomer Harlow Shapley, has a very apparent annular ring like structure.
  • Do the axioms for the Shapley value or the nucleolus appeal? Archive 2009-05-01
  • Harlow Shapley (1885–1972), from an extensive study of the distribution of globular clusters and cepheid variable stars, increased the estimated size of our galaxy about ten times. 4. Science
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