Lloyd R. Welch
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Lloyd Richard Welch (born September 28, 1927) is an American information theorist and applied mathematician, and co-inventor of the Baum–Welch algorithm and the Berlekamp–Welch algorithm, also known as the Welch–Berlekamp algorithm.
Welch received his B.S. in mathematics from the University of Illinois, 1951, and Ph.D. in mathematics from the California Institute of Technology, 1958, under advisor Frederic Bohnenblust. He worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory 1956–1959, Institute for Defense Analyses, 1959–1965, and University of Southern California, 1965–1999. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, IEEE Fellow, and received the 2003 Claude E. Shannon Award.
- University of Southern California faculty web page
- National Academy of Engineering
- Caltech thesis
- AMS genealogy
- Lloyd R. Welch at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
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