Probability Theory: An Advanced Course

Paperback | October 5, 1995

byVivek S. Borkar

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This book is an advanced text on probability theory. By presupposing the background of a standard first course in real analysis and a 'soft' course in probability theory, it gives a compact treatment of several key topics in probability, selected on the basis of their importance in forming the foundations of the modern theory of stochastic processes. It is ideal for graduate students and researchers in probability theory and stochastic processes and their applications. It is also well suited for scientists in allied fields such as mathematical statistics/ economics/physics, electrical engineering, operations research who wish to augment their background in probability theory.

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This book is an advanced text on probability theory. By presupposing the background of a standard first course in real analysis and a 'soft' course in probability theory, it gives a compact treatment of several key topics in probability, selected on the basis of their importance in forming the foundations of the modern theory of stocha...

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This book is an advanced text on probability theory. By presupposing the background of a standard first course in real analysis and a 'soft' course in probability theory, it gives a compact treatment of several key topics in probability, selected on the basis of their importance in forming the foundations of the modern theory of stocha...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:152 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.04 inPublished:October 5, 1995Publisher:Springer

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ISBN - 10:038794558X

ISBN - 13:9780387945583

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This book is an advanced text on probability theory. By presupposing the background of a standard first course in real analysis and a 'soft' course in probability theory, it gives a compact treatment of several key topics in probability, selected on the basis of their importance in forming the foundations of the modern theory of stochastic processes.