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 (shăp′lē), Harlow 1885-1972.
American astronomer noted for his work in cosmology, spectroscopy, and photometry.

Shapley

(ˈʃæplɪ)
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(Biography) Harlow. 1885–1972, US astronomer, director of the Harvard College Observatory (1922–56): noted for his work on the size and structure of the galaxy
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Benefiting from a fellowship awarded by the Australian Prime Minister's Centre in 2008, former University of Melbourne archivist Michael Piggott collaborated with Australian National University (ANU) archivist Maggie Shapley to compile this thorough and illuminating guide to records on Australian prime ministers held at the ANU.
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This paper will initially review costs advantages and profit-sharing issues of JV firms, and then use cooperative game theory and Shapley Value to propose a model to calculate profit-sharing of construction joint ventures.
The discovery of the star BS Tel is credited to Shapley, Boyce and Boyd from photographic plates at the Boyden Observatory, Bloemfontein in 1940.
In addition, the solution Shapley value, possibly the most important solution concept, is always in the core.
We will use two solution concepts: the core and the Shapley value.
A good example of a solution concept is that of the Shapley value (Shapley 1953).
THE APPLE-SHAPED FIGURE: Typical Apples have a fuller face and neck, broad shoulders, a fuller bust, a fuller, undefined waist, narrow hips and shapley legs.
Although reading reflections count for a small part of the course grade, Shapley regression (Annals of Mathematics Studies, 1953) results indicate that reading reflections explain a much greater proportion (25%-30%) of the variation in the course grade (success in the course) than would be expected from their actual weight (10%) in the calculation of the course grade.
Additionally, as the Russian mathematician Bondavera (1963) and Shapley (1967) have shown, the core exists if and only of the characteristic function is balanced (Bondavera-Shapley-theorem).
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It can be seen as a special case of a broader concept, the Shapley value (Shapley 1953), in cooperative coalitional form games.