an introduction to probability theory and its applications; volume ii

By: Language: English Series: a wiley publication in mathematical statistics. probability and mathematical statistics | bradley, ralph a. (ed.) | hunter, j. stuart (ed.) | kendall, david g. (ed.) | et alPublication details: new york, london, sydney : john wiley and sons 1966Edition: 1. edDescription: xviii, 626 pp
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from the table of contents: the exponential and the uniform densities; special densities. randomization; densities in higher dimensions. normal densities and processes; probability measures and spaces; probability distribution in rr; a survey of some important distributions and processes; laws of large numbers. applications in analysis; the basic limit theorems; infinitely divisible distributions and semi-groups; markov processes and semi-groups; renewal theory; random walks in r1; laplace transforms. tauberian theorems. resolvents; applications of laplace transforms; characteristic functions; expansions related to the central limit theorem; infinitely divisible distributions; applications of fourier methods to random walks; harmonic analysis;
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from the table of contents: the exponential and the uniform densities; special densities. randomization; densities in higher dimensions. normal densities and processes; probability measures and spaces; probability distribution in rr; a survey of some important distributions and processes; laws of large numbers. applications in analysis; the basic limit theorems; infinitely divisible distributions and semi-groups; markov processes and semi-groups; renewal theory; random walks in r1; laplace transforms. tauberian theorems. resolvents; applications of laplace transforms; characteristic functions; expansions related to the central limit theorem; infinitely divisible distributions; applications of fourier methods to random walks; harmonic analysis;

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