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eBook Modern Probability Theory and Its Applications ePub

by Emanuel Parzen

  • ISBN: 0471668257
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Emanuel Parzen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Horizon Pubs & Distributors Inc (December 1960)
  • Pages: 464
  • ePub book: 1929 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1393 kb
  • Other: lrf mbr mobi lit
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 936

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Modern Probability Theory. has been added to your Cart. One of the best introductory books on probability theory. Parzen gives us the basics from distribution functions, to random variables, expectation, through sums and sequences. The reader should know calculus.

Modern Probability Theory. For this and other important topics see Feller's book on introductory probability, Volume I. Unlike Feller Parzen treats continuous sample spaces (without any measure theory).

Parzen, Emanuel, 1929-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books.

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Автор: Parzen Emanuel Название: Modern Probability Theory and Its Applications: Wiley .

Home Parzen, Emanuel Modern Probability Theory and Its Applications. Book Condition: UsedGood. Modern Probability Theory and Its Applications. Published by John Wiley & Sons, 1964. Condition: UsedGood Hardcover.

It introduces probability theory, showing how probability problems can be formulated mathematically to systematically attack routine methods. Topics include independence and dependence, probability laws and random variables. Over 500 exercises, an appendix of useful tables and answers to odd-numbered questions are also included. Format Hardback 482 pages.

It introduces probability theory, showing how probability problems can be formulated mathematically to. .Emanuel Parzen was an American statistician. He worked and published on signal detection theory and time series analysis, where he pioneered the use of kernel density estimation. Parzen was the recipient of the 1994 Samuel S. Wilks Memorial Medal of the American Statistical Association.

Mathematical probability theory is especially interesting to scientists and engineers. It introduces probability theory, showing how probability problems can be formulated mathematically to systematically attack routine methods. Topics include independence and dependence, probability laws and random variables. Over 500 exercises, an appendix of useful tables and answers to odd-numbered questions are also included.

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Akirg Akirg
One of the best introductory books on probability theory. Parzen gives us the basics from distribution functions, to random variables, expectation, through sums and sequences. The reader should know calculus. Some important elementary subjects are left out such as generating functions. For this and other important topics see Feller's book on introductory probability, Volume I. Unlike Feller Parzen treats continuous sample spaces (without any measure theory). Feller does cover the continuous case in his Volume II, but that book is unsuitable at an introductory level, and their are other better books available. Feller Volume I is unsurpassed at the introductory level with forays into advanced subjects. Parzen and Feller Vol. I together make an excellent pair. Highly recommended.
Snowseeker Snowseeker
for STAT 104, the amount of time you spend on problem sets and the final grade you get is positively correlated.
FYI, Mike should take some credits for Yao Ming's NBA career.
Bladecliff Bladecliff
A bit demanding, but still one of the best. Recommendable
Snake Rocking Snake Rocking
This is a really good book on Axiomatic Probability theory. The material is systematically presented and organized very well. This is not a measure theoretic approach to probability but the usual frequency approach but presented well. The book presents solutions to odd exercise and makes it a good book for self study.
RED RED
This review is an attempt to get into the Stat 104 lecture of Emanuel Parzen's son!