Introduction to Probability – Dimitri P. Bertsekas, John N. Tsitsiklis – 1st Edition

An intuitive, yet precise introduction to theory, stochastic processes, statistical inference, and probabilistic models used in science, , economics, and related fields. This is the currently used textbook for “Probabilistic Systems Analysis,” an introductory course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, attended by a large number of undergraduate and graduate .

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. It also contains, a number of more 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, Bayesian inference, and an introduction to classical .

The book strikes a balance between simplicity in exposition and sophistication in analytical reasoning. Some of the more mathematically rigorous analysis has been just intuitively explained in the text, but is developed in detail (at the level of ) in the numerous solved theoretical problems.

  • Probability and Counting.
  • Conditional Probability.
  • Random Variables and Their Distributions.
  • Expectation.
  • Continuous Random Variables.
  • Moments.
  • Joint Distributions.
  • Transformations.
  • Conditional Expectation.
  • Inequalities and Limit Theorems.
  • Markov Chains.
  • Markov Chain Monte Carlo.
  • Poisson Processes.
Title: Introduction to Probability
Author: Dimitri P. Bertsekas / John N. Tsitsiklis
Edition: 1st Edition
ISBN: 188652923X | 978-1886529236
Type: Solution Manual
Language: English

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