Introduction to Probability An intuitive yet precise introduction to probability theory stochastic processes and probabilistic models used in science engineering economics and related fields The nd edition is a substantia
An intuitive, yet precise introduction to probability theory, stochastic processes, and probabilistic models used in science, engineering, economics, and related fields The 2nd edition is a substantial revision of the 1st edition, involving a reorganization of old material and the addition of new material The length of the book has increased by about 25 percent The mainAn intuitive, yet precise introduction to probability theory, stochastic processes, and probabilistic models used in science, engineering, economics, and related fields The 2nd edition is a substantial revision of the 1st edition, involving a reorganization of old material and the addition of new material The length of the book has increased by about 25 percent The main new feature of the 2nd edition is thorough introduction to Bayesian and classical statistics The book is the currently used textbook for Probabilistic Systems Analysis, an introductory probability course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, attended by a large number of undergraduate and graduate students The book covers the fundamentals of probability theory probabilistic models, discrete and continuous random variables, multiple random variables, and limit theorems , which are typically part of a first course on the subject, as well as the fundamental concepts and methods of statistical inference, both Bayesian and classical It also contains, a number of advanced topics, from which an instructor can choose to match the goals of a particular course These topics include transforms, sums of random variables, a fairly detailed introduction to Bernoulli, Poisson, and Markov processes The book strikes a balance between simplicity in exposition and sophistication in analytical reasoning Some of the mathematically rigorous analysis has been just intuitively explained in the text, but is developed in detail at the level of advanced calculus in the numerous solved theoretical problems Written by two professors of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and members of the prestigious US National Academy of Engineering, the book has been widely adopted for classroom use in introductory probability courses within the USA and abroad.From a Review of the 1st Edition trains the intuition to acquire probabilistic feeling This book explains every single concept it enunciates This is its main strength, deep explanation, and not just examples that happen to explain Bertsekas and Tsitsiklis leave nothing to chance The probability to misinterpret a concept or not understand it is just zero Numerous examples, figures, and end of chapter problems strengthen the understanding Also of invaluable help is the book s web site, where solutions to the problems can be found as well as much information pertaining to probability, and also problem sets Vladimir Botchev, Analog Dialogue Several other reviews can be found in the listing of the first edition of this book Contents, preface, and info at publisher s website Athena Scientific, athenasc com

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Well done textbook introducing all the main topics in probability, as well as Markov Chains, Bayesian Statistical Inference, and Classical Statistical Inference. I would also recommend the free MIT course at edX, Introduction to Probability  The Science of Uncertainty, taught by the author of this book, John Tsitsiklis.
This is an excelent introduction to calculus based probability. It is easily accessible to people coming from any dicipline.I read it as part of my graduate studies at GMU (ECE 528).