## Probability: Theory and ExamplesModern and measure-theory based, this text is intended primarily for the first-year graduate course in probability theory. The book focuses attention on examples while developing theory. There is an emphasis on results that can be used to solve problems in the hopes that those who apply probability to work will find this a useful reference. |

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### Contents

Central Limit Theorems | 77 |

Random Walks | 171 |

Martingales | 217 |

Copyright | |

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Applying Borel-Cantelli lemma Brownian motion central limit theorem ch.f Chapter complete the proof compute conclude conditional expectation continuous convergence theorem implies countable cr-field define definition density desired result follows disjoint distribution F distribution function distribution with mean dominated convergence theorem ergodic theorem Example finite formula Fubini's theorem holds inequality inf{n irreducible J A J A large numbers last result law of large Lebesgue measure let Sn Let Xi,X2 lim sup liminf Markov chain Markov property martingale monotone convergence theorem normal distribution observe oo a.s. P(Sn P(Xi P(Xn Poisson distribution probability measure Proof Let prove the result random variables random walk recurrent Remark renewal right-hand side Section Show simple random walk Sn/n space stationary distribution stationary measure stationary sequence stopping submartingale subsets supermartingale Suppose transition probability trivial variance Xn,m