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The Theory of Probability and the Elements of Statistics

Boris Vladimirovich Gnedenko - Science - 2005 - 529 pages
This classic book is intended to be the first introduction to probability and statistics written with an emphasis on the analytic approach to the problems discussed. Topics ...
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Mathematical Methods of Reliability Theory

B. V. Gnedenko, Yu. K. Belyayev, A. D. Solovyev - Technology & Engineering - 2014 - 518 pages
Mathematical Methods of Reliability Theory discusses fundamental concepts of probability theory, mathematical statistics, and an exposition of the relationships among the ...
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Mathematical theory of reliability of time dependent systems with practical ...

Igorʹ Nikolaevich Kovalenko, Philip A. Pegg - Mathematics - 1997 - 303 pages
One of the greatest problems in engineering is reliability. The performance of all machinery degrades over time and unless counteraction is taken at some point, any system will ...
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Queueing Theory

Pavel Petrovich Bocharov - Mathematics - 2004 - 446 pages
"Queueing theory is an applied mathematical discipline dealing with the performance of technical systems (referred to as queueing systems) for processing flows of customers ...
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Introduction to queueing networks

E. Gelenbe, G. Pujolle - Technology & Engineering - 1987 - 177 pages
As leading authorities in this area, the authors' focus on the practical approach where aspects of queueing theory are applied directly to communications systems and networks ...
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An Elementary Introduction to the Theory of Probability

Boris Vladimirovich Gnedenko, Aleksandr I?Akovlevich Khinchin - Mathematics - 1962 - 130 pages
This compact volume equips the reader with all the facts and principles essential to a fundamental understanding of the theory of probability. It is an introduction, no more ...
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