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This comprehensive study of probability considers the approaches of Pascal, Laplace, Poisson, and others. It also discusses Laws of Large Numbers, the theory of errors, and other relevant topics.

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**Genre** |
: Mathematics |

**Author** |
: Richard Von Mises |

**Publisher** |
: Courier Corporation |

**Release** |
: 1981-01-01 |

**File** |
: 273 Pages |

**ISBN-13** |
: 9780486242149 |

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## Product Details :

**Genre** |
: Mathematics |

**Author** |
: Rabindra Nath Bhattacharya |

**Publisher** |
: IMS |

**Release** |
: 2003 |

**File** |
: 312 Pages |

**ISBN-13** |
: 0940600552 |

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Classical probability theory and mathematical statistics appear sometimes too rigid for real life problems, especially while dealing with vague data or imprecise requirements. These problems have motivated many researchers to "soften" the classical theory. Some "softening" approaches utilize concepts and techniques developed in theories such as fuzzy sets theory, rough sets, possibility theory, theory of belief functions and imprecise probabilities, etc. Since interesting mathematical models and methods have been proposed in the frameworks of various theories, this text brings together experts representing different approaches used in soft probability, statistics and data analysis.

## Product Details :

**Genre** |
: Mathematics |

**Author** |
: Przemyslaw Grzegorzewski |

**Publisher** |
: Springer Science & Business Media |

**Release** |
: 2013-12-11 |

**File** |
: 376 Pages |

**ISBN-13** |
: 9783790817737 |

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Some years ago when I. assembled a number of general articles and lectures on probability and statistics, their publication (Essays in Probability and Statistics, Methuen, London, 1962) received a some what better reception than I had been led to expect of such a miscellany. I am consequently tempted to risk publishing this second collection, the title I have given it (taken from the first lecture) seeming to me to indicate a coherence in my articles which my publishers might otherwise be inclined to query. As in the first collection, the articles are reprinted chronologically, usually without comment. One exception is the third, not previously published and differing from the original spoken version both slightly where indicated in the text and by the addition of an Appendix. I apologize for the inevitable limitations due to date, and also for any occasional repetition of the discussion (e.g. on Bayesian methods in statistical inference). In particular, readers technically interested in the classification and use of nearest-neighbour models, a topic raised in Appendix II of the fourth article, should also refer to my monograph The Statistical Analysis of Spatial Pattern (Chapman and Hall, London, 1976), where a much more up-to-date account of these models will be found, and, incidentally, a further emphasis, if one is needed, of the common statistical theory of physics and biology. March 1975 M.S.B.

## Product Details :

**Genre** |
: Science |

**Author** |
: M. S. Bartlett |

**Publisher** |
: Springer Science & Business Media |

**Release** |
: 2012-12-06 |

**File** |
: 156 Pages |

**ISBN-13** |
: 9789400958890 |

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Methodology drawn from the fields of probability. statistics and decision making plays an increasingly important role in the atmosphericsciences. both in basic and applied research and in experimental and operational studies. Applications of such methodology can be found in almost every facet of the discipline. from the most theoretical and global (e.g., atmospheric predictability. global climate modeling) to the most practical and local (e.g., crop-weather modeling forecast evaluation). Almost every issue of the multitude of journals published by the atmospheric sciences community now contain some or more papers involving applications of concepts and/or methodology from the fields of probability and statistics. Despite the increasingly pervasive nature of such applications. very few book length treatments of probabilistic and statistical topics of particular interest to atmospheric scientists have appeared (especially inEnglish) since the publication of the pioneering works of Brooks andCarruthers (Handbook of Statistical Methods in Meteorology) in 1953 and Panofsky and Brier-(some Applications of)statistics to Meteor) in 1958. As a result. many relatively recent developments in probability and statistics are not well known to atmospheric scientists and recent work in active areas of meteorological research involving significant applications of probabilistic and statistical methods are not familiar to the meteorological community as a whole.

## Product Details :

**Genre** |
: Mathematics |

**Author** |
: Allan Murphy |

**Publisher** |
: CRC Press |

**Release** |
: 2019-07-11 |

**File** |
: 560 Pages |

**ISBN-13** |
: 9781000236323 |

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## Product Details :

**Genre** |
: |

**Author** |
: Reinout Heijungs |

**Publisher** |
: Springer Nature |

**Release** |
: |

**File** |
: 1159 Pages |

**ISBN-13** |
: 9783031493171 |

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Virtually every engineer and scientist needs to be able to collect, analyze, interpret, and properly use vast arrays of data. This means acquiring a solid foundation in the methods of data analysis and synthesis. Understanding the theoretical aspects is important, but learning to properly apply the theory to real-world problems is essential. The second edition of this bestselling text introduces probability, statistics, reliability, and risk methods with an ideal balance of theory and applications. Clearly written and firmly focused on the practical use of these methods, it places increased emphasis on simulation, particularly as a modeling tool, applying it progressively with projects that continue in each chapter. It also features expanded discussions of the analysis of variance including single- and two-factor analyses and a thorough treatment of Monte Carlo simulation. The authors clearly establish the limitations, advantages, and disadvantages of each method, but also show that data analysis is a continuum rather than the isolated application of different methods. Probability, Statistics, and Reliability for Engineers and Scientists, Second Edition, was designed as both a reference and as a textbook, and it serves each purpose well. Ultimately, readers will find its content of great value in problem solving and decision making, particularly in practical applications.

## Product Details :

**Genre** |
: Mathematics |

**Author** |
: Bilal M. Ayyub |

**Publisher** |
: CRC Press |

**Release** |
: 2002-06-26 |

**File** |
: 660 Pages |

**ISBN-13** |
: 1584882867 |

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Scientists in optics are increasingly confronted with problems that are of a random nature and that require a working knowledge of probability and statistics for their solution. This textbook develops these subjects within the context of optics using a problem-solving approach. All methods are explicitly derived and can be traced back to three simple axioms given at the outset. Students with some previous exposure to Fourier optics or linear theory will find the material particularly absorbing and easy to understand. This third edition contains many new applications to optical and physical phenomena. This includes a method of estimating probability laws exactly, by regarding them as laws of physics to be determined using a new variational principle.

## Product Details :

**Genre** |
: Mathematics |

**Author** |
: Roy Frieden |

**Publisher** |
: Springer Science & Business Media |

**Release** |
: 2001-07-17 |

**File** |
: 522 Pages |

**ISBN-13** |
: 3540417087 |

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This is a textbook on applied probability and statistics with computer science applications for students at the upper undergraduate level. It may also be used as a self study book for the practicing computer science professional. The successful first edition of this book proved extremely useful to students who need to use probability, statistics and queueing theory to solve problems in other fields, such as engineering, physics, operations research, and management science. The book has also been successfully used for courses in queueing theory for operations research students. This second edition includes a new chapter on regression as well as more than twice as many exercises at the end of each chapter. While the emphasis is the same as in the first edition, this new book makes more extensive use of available personal computer software, such as Minitab and Mathematica.

## Product Details :

**Genre** |
: Mathematics |

**Author** |
: Arnold O. Allen |

**Publisher** |
: Academic Press |

**Release** |
: 2014-06-28 |

**File** |
: 765 Pages |

**ISBN-13** |
: 9780080571058 |

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## Product Details :

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: |

**Author** |
: Dharmaraja Selvamuthu |

**Publisher** |
: Springer Nature |

**Release** |
: |

**File** |
: 623 Pages |

**ISBN-13** |
: 9789819993635 |