*An Introduction to Probability and Random Processes* is a manuscript of the work done in 1979 by Gian-Carlo Rota and Kenneth Baclawski.

**Description**

Probability is one of the great achievements of this century. Like geometry, it is a way of looking at nature. There are many ways of approaching natural problems, many points of view. The geometrical point of view has been with us for thousands of years. The probabilistic point of view is another way of focusing on problems that has been successful in many instances. The purpose of this book is to learn to think probabilistically.

**Table of Contents**

- Sets, Events and Probability
- Finite Processes
- Random Variables
- Statistics and the Normal Distribution
- Conditional Probability
- The Poissan Process
- Entropy and Information
- Marcov Chains
- Marcov Processes and Queuing Theory
- Brownian Motion

**Book Details**

Format(s): PDF

File size: 2.92 MB

Number of pages: 467

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