He advised a number of Ph. He played leading roles in more than 20 productions of the Court Theater, and also appeared in a number of movies and television shows.
But what we in the fields of probability and statistics mainly remember Pat for are his superb monographs and textbooks on weak convergence, ergodic theory and information, inference for Markov chains, and the measure-theoretic foundations of probability. These books are all models of mathematical exposition, and "Probability and Measure" remains a widely used and frequently cited graduate textbook. A generation of probabilists and statisticians in the United States learned about the measure-theoretic underpinnings of probability from this book.
Lectures on Probability Theory and Statistics
Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 13, Melissa Herston rated it really liked it.
Lectures on Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics is an excellent text, because it is clearly written, easily readable, covers a lot of ground, and explains things intuitively. After going through this book and looking at some other comparable titles, I have to come to the conclusion that this is an excellent text on the topic of Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics.
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At plus pages the book is quite long, but the sheer amount of material covered is simply astounding. This book is well-organized and a good reference text.
The book does not assume that the reader is familiar with the topic, but rather starts with the simplest solutions and builds from there. I felt the book is self-contained enough for readers who have not heard of the topic before to get a good idea of it. There are a variety of well-designed problems that provide plenty of practice along with some that expand upon the original concepts, and the average difficulty generally seems about right for the target audience.
The author goes to great lengths to make every concept clear to the reader. This is a book for those who are interested in probability theory and want to gain a broader understanding of the subject matter. This book is well-organized and is one of the clearest and most readable books on the topic. This book is very full and is a very good resource on the topic.
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View 1 comment. May 18, Rebecca rated it it was amazing. I'm not going to lie- I didn't actually read this. I tried, but I don't know enough about math to appreciate it.
It was a good reads giveaway, and I thought it was more like just lectures. That said, I gave it to my sister who has a degree in mathematics, and she started reading it right there at the dinner table and thought it was a well written and informative text.
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So she gave it to her fiance, who has a physics degree and he "loved it" and appreciated the gift. I have asked her to write a re I'm not going to lie- I didn't actually read this. I have asked her to write a review when she gets the chance, but in the meantime I wanted to let everyone know that 2 impartial sources thought it was a great book!
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