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 Title: Foundations of Constructive Probability Theory
 Author(s) YuenKwok Chan
 Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1st edition (May 27, 2021); eBook (Draft, 2019)
 Hardcover: 550 pages
 eBook: PDF (548 pages)
 Language: English
 ISBN10/ASIN: 1108835430
 ISBN13: 9781108835435
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Book Description
This book provides a systematic and general theory of probability within the framework of Constructive Mathematics. Using Errett Bishop's work on constructive analysis as a framework, this monograph gives a systematic, detailed and general constructive theory of probability theory and stochastic processes.
It extends the range of constructive mathematics to the arena of probability theory. It can well serve as a parallel introduction into constructive mathematics and rigorous probability theory.
About the Authors YuenKwok Chan completed a Ph.D. in Constructive mathematics with Errett Bishop before leaving academia for a career in private industry. He is now an independent researcher in Probability and its applications.
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