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The University of Sydney. Hardcover Verified Purchase. I agree with everything other reviewers have said about this book and more. It's clearly a classic among the probability for beginners books. I haven't read it completely, but its merits are truly clear. There are lots of examples in each chapter, and furthermore, there are completely clear which is something that a student takes into account. I won't say this is the best book, just because it does not seem to be such thing.
However I'd advice people to buy this book used, if possible, because the price by purchasing it new is ridiculous. This book is truly fundamental in terms of its conciseness and precision.
Truly lucky that I found this book. It builds a strong theory foundation and due to its conciseness, it forces you to think and go beyond the book. If you like Rudin's principles of mathematical analysis, the style of the book is similar though it is much easier to read than Rudin. Other books like Sheldon Ross are wordy, hence it makes it hard to identify which parts of the book are important.
Seriously though, get the book, its one of the best. I picked up this book for free in a library give away and didn't realize my good fortune until I read the first chapter. My undergrad probability class used Sheldon Ross's Intro To Probability Models book, which certainly contains interesting examples but lacks the intuitive explanation and rigorous enough for an undergraduate at least derivations of this book.
Chapter 2 alone provided a better treatment of counting and combinatorics than any book I've seen, outside of perhaps Feller Volume 1. Most of the exercises have solutions in the back, which are very convenient for self-study, and the exercises themselves range from straightforward to slightly tricky, although all are very manageable. I can truly attest to the fact that this book almost single handily provided me with this expertise.
I give this book the highest star ratings times three. Do whatever you can to buy a copy -- and study it thoroughly. I first noticed this book during the time that I spent at UC Berkeley as an undergraduate applied mathematics major.
It was being used for Stat , and though I was not taking that course, I bought it because it looked even from casual inspection to be very well laid out, covering important and interesting issues in basic probability.
The strongest feature of this book from my point of view is its conciseness.
Much is presented in as short a time as possible, and because of that the book is much more readable than many others of its level.
In addition to conciseness, the authors in my edition Hoel, Port, and Stone have made a commendable effort to present the reader with clear and concrete definitions, compact theorems many proven , and abundant useful examples.
In the back of the book nearly all of the solutions of the chapter exercises are given, unlike many books where answers to only the odd problems are given. I believe that this book is ideal for self-study, and that much use of it could also be made as a textbook for an undergraduate course in probability. The exercises are not very difficult, but they are by no means trivial, and much can be learned from them.
At the end of a close study of this book the reader would be ready to enter into a program of undergraduate level mathematical statistics, or into a further study of probability with the confidence inspired by a firm understanding of the most fundamental and key concepts in probability theory.
This book is an excellent choice for anyone who is interested in learning the elementary probability theory i. The book assumes the readers have no prior exposure to this subject.
However, the readers are expected to have a working knowledge of calculus. While there are many textbooks of the same nature, this book stands out by its clarity, completeness and elegance. The authors present the material in an extremely clear way that any serious reader is able to follow from the beginning to the end. It is absolutely a first-class textbook! A must for anyone interested in elementary probability.
The only part I don't like is that the authors use "density function" instead of "probability mass function" for discrete random variable. See all 14 reviews. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Marco Taboga. An Introduction to Statistical Learning: Gareth James. Introduction to Stochastic Processes Paperback. Pages with related products. See and discover other items: There's a problem loading this menu right now.
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