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 Title: Introduction to Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes
 Author(s) Hossein PishroNik
 Publisher: Kappa Research, LLC (August 24, 2014)
 License(s): CC BYNCND
 Hardcover: 744 pages
 eBook: HTML and PDF Files
 Language: English
 ISBN10/ASIN: 0990637204
 ISBN13: 9780990637202
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Book Description
This book introduces students to probability, statistics, and stochastic processes. It can be used by both students and practitioners in engineering, various sciences, finance, and other related fields. It provides a clear and intuitive approach to these topics while maintaining mathematical accuracy.
 Basic concepts such as random experiments, probability axioms, conditional probability, and counting methods
 Single and multiple random variables (discrete, continuous, and mixed), as well as momentgenerating functions, characteristic functions, random vectors, and inequalities
 Limit theorems and convergence
 Introduction to Bayesian and classical statistics
 Random processes including processing of random signals, Poisson processes, discretetime and continuoustime Markov chains, and Brownian motion
 Simulation using MATLAB and R (online chapters)
The book contains a large number of solved exercises. The dependency between different sections of this book has been kept to a minimum in order to provide maximum flexibility to instructors and to make the book easy to read for students. Examples of applications such as engineering, finance, everyday life, etc. are included to aid in motivating the subject.
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