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Definition funny of Hotelling:
When a ho tells. Basically, if you are someone who can't keep his/her mouth shut and blabs everything, you are ho-telling.
Ho: Don't leave me, baby, I love you. Man: Ho, get away from me! Ho: You better stay right where you are, or I'm gonna let Jerry know how you went tripping with his smack. Man: Just like a ho, gotta be ho-telling everybody everything.
An office setup in which mobile workers do not have permanent desks or cubicles and so must reserve a workspace when they come into the office.
Consultant #1: I spend so much time at customer sites that I don't need an office. Consultant #2: Welcome to the Wild World of Hotelling!
Books about Hotelling:
THE HOTELLING?S TWO-SAMPLE T2 ALGORITHM: STATISTICAL CLASSIFIER: CASE STUDY OF THE HOTELLING?S TWO-SAMPLE T2 ALGORITHM... by Nurbek Saparkhojayev (Apr 15, 2010)
A Hotelling model with a ceiling on the stock of pollution [An article from: Journal of Economic Dynamics and... by U. Chakravorty, B. Magne and M. Moreaux (Dec 1, 2006)
Hotelling in the air? Flight departures in Norway [An article from: Regional Science and Urban Economics] by K.G. Salvanes, F. Steen and L. Sorgard (Mar 1, 2005)
Essays In Economics And Econometrics: A Volume In Honor Of Harold Hotelling by Ralph W. Pfouts and Harold Hotelling (Oct 15, 2011)
The Collected Economics Articles of Harold Hotelling by Harold Hotelling and Adrian C. Darnell (Nov 8, 2011)
Management of Nonrenewable Natural Resources under the Hotelling Rule: An Evaluation of the Hotelling Model by Calvin Atewamba (Dec 19, 2013)
Contributions to Probability and Statistics: Essays in Honor of Harold Hotelling by Ingram Olkin (Jun 1960)
Wiki information Hotelling:
Harold Hotelling was a mathematical statistician and an influential economic theorist. He was Associate Professor of Mathematics at Stanford University from 1927 until 1931, a member of the faculty of Columbia University from 1931 until 1946, and a...
Hoteling is a method of supporting unassigned seating in an office environment. It is similar to hot desking, and is sometimes confused with it, since both methods support unassigned seating. Hotelling is reservation-based unassigned seating,...