Introduction to mathematical probability, by J.V. Uspensky ...

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Other Title 
Mathematical probability.

Subjects 
Mathematics.
ProbabiliteĢs. Probabilities. Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung. 
Description 
ix, 411 pages diagrams 24 cm

Copyright Date 
1937.

Notes 
"Problems for solution" with answers at end of each chapter.
"References" at end of each chapter except chapters I and III. Also issued online. 
Contents 
Computation of probability by direct enumeration of cases  Theorems of total and compound probability  Repeated trials  Probabilities of hypotheses and Bayes' theorem  Use of difference equations in solving problems of probability  Bernoulli's theorem  Approximate evaluation of probabilities in Bernoullian case  Further considerations on games of chance  Mathematical expectation  The law of large numbers  Application of the law of large numbers  Probabilities in continuum  The general concept of distribution  Fundamental limit theorems  Normal distribution in two dimensions. Limit theorem for sums of independent vectors. Origin of normal correlation  Distribution of certain functions of normally distributed variables  Appendix I. Euler's summation formulaStirling's formulasome definite integrals  Appendix II. Method of moments and its applications  Appendix III. On a Gaussian problem.

Network Numbers 
(OCoLC)996937
(OCoLC)ocm00996937 
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WorldCat Identities  Uspensky, J. V. 1883
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