A First Course in Probability is a comprehensive book for mathematics students and undergraduates studying statistics and probability. This book is aimed at an introductory course in probability and lays down the basic principles underlying a study of probability. It puts the subject in a practical context to help students prepare for a higher course in the subject. The book discusses Combinatorial Analysis, Random Variables, Expectation and Limit Theorems. In addition the book provides an ample amount of examples and applications to help students understand the concepts therein. It is an indispensable book for all students of mathematics and engineers studying various methods of analysis.
About Sheldon Ross
Sheldon M. Ross is the Epstein Chair Professor at the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of Southern California. He has also written: Introduction to Mathematical Finance: Options and Other Topics and Simulation and Probability Models for Computer Science.
A graduate of Purdue University and Brooklyn College, Dr. Ross completed his Ph.D. in Statistics from Stanford University. He has also served as a Professor at the University of California, Berkeley. His areas of interest are: applied probability models, financial engineering, simulation and stochastic dynamic programming.
|Table of Contents|
Certified Buyer, Kolkata
11 months ago
Bilal Ahmad Rather
Certified Buyer, Srinagar
Certified Buyer, Baruipur
Certified Buyer, Nimbahera
Certified Buyer, Jaggaiahpet
Certified Buyer, Tiruchirappalli
Great book for beginners & maths lovers
Certified Buyer, Pune