Probability and Random Processes: A First Course with Applications
A comprehensive textbook for undergraduate courses in introductory probability. Offers a case study approach, with examples from engineering and the social and life sciences. Updated second edition includes advanced material on stochastic processes. Suitable for junior and senior level courses in industrial engineering, mathematics, business, biology, and social science departments.
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Random Variables and Their Distributions
Sets of Random Variables and Random Sequences
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