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  1. Schaum's Outline of Probability, 2nd Edition by Seymour Lipschutz, 2000-03-21
  2. Probability and Statistical Inference (7th Edition) by Robert V Hogg, Elliot A. Tanis, 2005-01-30
  3. Probability Theory: The Logic of Science by E. T. Jaynes, 2003-06-09
  4. Probability and Statistics (3rd Edition) by Morris H. DeGroot, Mark J. Schervish, 2001-10-20
  5. Student Solutions Manual for Devore's Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences, 7th by Jay L. Devore, 2007-02-06
  6. Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes For Electrical Engineering (3rd Edition) by Alberto Leon-Garcia, 2008-01-07
  7. Probability and Computing: Randomized Algorithms and Probabilistic Analysis by Michael Mitzenmacher, Eli Upfal, 2005-01-31
  8. Texas Hold'em Odds and Probabilities: Limit, No-Limit, and Tournament Strategies by Matthew Hilger, 2006-06-01
  9. A Modern Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Understanding Why and How (Springer Texts in Statistics) by F.M. Dekking, C. Kraaikamp, et all 2007-02-14
  10. Schaum's Outline of Introduction to Probability and Statistics by Seymour Lipschutz, Jack Schiller, 1998-05-31
  11. Probability and Stochastic Processes: A Friendly Introduction for Electrical and Computer Engineers by Roy D. Yates, David J. Goodman, 2004-05-20
  12. Fundamentals of Probability, with Stochastic Processes (3rd Edition) by Saeed Ghahramani, 2004-08-01
  13. Introduction to Probability and Statistics by William Mendenhall, RobertJ. Beaver, et all 2008-02-11
  14. Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists, Third Edition by Sheldon M. Ross, 2004-07-06

21. Theory Of Probability And Its Applications
Theory of probability and Its Applications. Theory of probability andIts Applications is a translation of the Russian journal Teoriya

Theory of Probability and Its Applications
Theory of Probability and Its Applications is a translation of the Russian journal Teoriya Veroyatnostei i ee Primeneniya, which contains papers on the theory and application of probability, statistics, and stochastic processes.
ISSN: 0040-585X (Print)
ISSN: 1095-7219 (Electronic) Volume 48
Volume 48, Number 2
, pp. 191-381
Volume 48, Number 1
, pp. 1-190
Volume 47
Volume 47, Number 4
, pp. 567-744
Volume 47, Number 3
, pp. 377-565
Volume 47, Number 2
, pp. 189-376 Volume 47, Number 1 , pp. 1-187 Volume 46 Volume 46, Number 4 , pp. 571-756 Volume 46, Number 3 , pp. 387-570 Volume 46, Number 2 , pp. 193-386 Volume 46, Number 1 , pp. 1-191 Volume 45 Volume 45, Number 4 , pp. 547-730 Volume 45, Number 3 , pp. 363-546 Volume 45, Number 2 , pp. 175-362 Volume 45, Number 1 , pp. 1-174 Volume 44 Volume 44, Number 4 , pp. 633-807 Volume 44, Number 3

22. Probability Paradoxes And Puzzles
probability Paradoxes and Puzzles A set of interactive puzzles and exercises relating to probability theory. Created by Alexander Bogomolny, you will need a recent version of a Web browser to be

23. Workshop/Concentrated Course On Complexity And Probability
A workshop and concentrated research course. Chalmers University of Technology, G¶teborg, Sweden; 1519 April 2002.

24. "Introduction To Probability" In Adobe Portable Document Format (pdf)
INTRODUCTION TO probability. Charles M. Grinstead Swarthmore College. Discreteprobability Distributions; Continuous probability Densities; Combinatorics;
Charles M. Grinstead
Swarthmore College J. Laurie Snell
Dartmouth College

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26. First International Conference On Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Logic, Neutrosophic
University of New Mexico; 13 December 2001.
Welcome to the page of First International Conference on Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Logic, Set, Probability and Statistics December 1-3, 2001 University of New Mexico Contributed papers were sent, by November 30, 2001, to the organizer: Math Department, University of New Mexico, 200 College Road, Gallup, NM 87301, USA. Tel.: (505) 863-7647, Fax: (505) 863-7532 (Attn: Neutrosophic Conference). E-mail: They were published in the Proceedings of the Conference: Abstracts of papers were submitted to the following web site, provided by The York University, from Toronto, Canada, at and they can be viewed at Invited Speakers J. Dezert (France), Charles Le (US), I. Stojmenovic (Canada). For more information on neutrosophics see the below links: Introduction. Neutrosophy - a new branch of philosophy. Transdisciplinarity (Multi-Space, Multi-Structure). Neutrosophic Logic - a unifying field in logics. ... Neutrosophic Probability - a generalization of classical and imprecise probabilities - and Neutrosophic Statistics. Other papers: Definitions Derived from Neutrosophics Comments to Neutrosophics, by

27. Virtual Laboratories In Probability And Statistics
Virtual laboratories in probability and statistics This World Wide Web (WWW) site provides a set of web based resources for students and teachers of probability and statistics. The site is divided

28. JSTOR: The Annals Of Probability
The Annals of probability. JSTOR Coverage Vols. Journal Information for TheAnnals of probability. Publisher Institute of Mathematical Statistics
The Annals of Probability
JSTOR Coverage: Vols. 1 - 28, 1973-2000
(with The Annals of Statistics , supersedes The Annals of Mathematical Statistics
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Journal Information for The Annals of Probability
Publisher Institute of Mathematical Statistics Moving Wall The purpose of The Annals of Probability is to publish contributions to the theory of probability and statistics and their applications. The emphasis is on importance and interest; formal novelty and mathematical correctness alone are not sufficient. Also appropriate are authoritative expository papers and surveys of areas in vigorous development. All papers are refereed. ISSN
Journal information provided by Institute of Mathematical Statistics. Pre- and post-digitization work on this title was completed by Rachna Dhingra, JSTOR Production Technician.

29. Quantum Logic And Probability Theory
How quantum mechanics can be regarded as a nonclassical probabilistic calculus; by Alexander Wilce.
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Quantum Logic and Probability Theory
At its core, quantum mechanics can be regarded as a non-classical probability calculus resting upon a non-classical propositional logic. More specifically, in quantum mechanics each probability-bearing proposition of the form "the value of physical quantity A lies in the range B " is represented by a projection operator on a Hilbert space H . These form a non-Boolean in particular, non-distributive orthocomplemented lattice. Quantum-mechanical states correspond exactly to probability measures (suitably defined) on this lattice. What are we to make of this? Some have argued that the empirical success of quantum mechanics calls for a revolution in logic itself. This view is associated with the demand for a realistic interpretation of quantum mechanics, i.e., one not grounded in any primitive notion of measurement. Against this, there is a long tradition of interpreting quantum mechanics operationally, that is, as being precisely a theory of measurement. On this latter view, it is not surprising that a "logic" of measurement-outcomes, in a setting where not all measurements are compatible, should prove not to be Boolean. Rather, the mystery is why it should have the particular non-Boolean structure that it does in quantum mechanics. A substantial literature has grown up around the programme of giving some independent motivation for this structure ideally, by deriving it from more primitive and plausible axioms governing a generalized probability theory.

30. Probability
probability An introduction to basic concepts. Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math FAQ Ask Dr. Math FAQ Math Forum

31. JSTOR: The Annals Of Applied Probability
The Annals of Applied probability. JSTOR Coverage Vols. 1 10, 1991-2000. JournalInformation for The Annals of Applied probability.
The Annals of Applied Probability
JSTOR Coverage: Vols. 1 - 10, 1991-2000
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Journal Information for The Annals of Applied Probability
Publisher Institute of Mathematical Statistics Moving Wall The Annals of Applied Probability publishes research papers of the highest quality reflecting the many facets of contemporary applied probability. Primary emphasis is placed on importance and originality. The Annals of Applied Probability has two over-riding criteria for publishing of papers, other than formal correctness and coherence. These are: (a) that the results in the paper should be genuinely applied or applicable; and
(b) that the paper should make a serious contribution to the mathematical theory of probability, or in some other sense carry a substantial level of probabilistic innovation, or be likely to stimulate such innovation. Fundamentally, we seek a broad spectrum of papers which intellectually enriches our profession, and which illustrate the ways in which probabilistic thinking has a role in solving real applied problems, interpreted in a wide sense.

32. Foundations Of Probability And Physics - 2
PDF file Aims to discuss probabilistic foundations of classical and quantum physics. Includes contact information, arrangements and aims and objectives of the conference.

33. The Probability Web: Home
THE probability WEB. The probability Web is now located at Carleton College andis maintained by Bob Dobrow. Please update links and bookmarks accordingly
THE PROBABILITY WEB The Probability Web is now located at Carleton College and is maintained by Bob Dobrow. Please update links and bookmarks accordingly:

34. Bridge Deals Probability - Deal Generator - HCP Analyzer
Features online computing of probability and download of deal simulation programs.
AB SOFTWARE DESIGN sito in italiano Encryption, Localization, Testing Visual C++, Java, JavaScript, CGI, HTML Bridge deals probability The probability calculations samples that follow assume that a hand of 13 cards from a 52 card deck has been dealt randomly to each of the four players. One of the players, say South, his own hand being a given, would like to know the probability of some specific cards and/or suit distributions in the hands of the other players, for example in his partner's hand (North). Distribution of suits and cards - general case
Given the number of cards of each suit held by South, calculates the probability that a specific other player has at least a specific number of cards of each suit, including one or more specific cards per suit. For example, if South has 2 clubs, 4 diamonds, 3 hearts and 4 spades cards, there is a 0.000591 probability that North might have at least 3 clubs cards including 2 specific cards, say A and Q , at least 3 diamonds cards including 1 specific card, at least 2 hearts cards including 1 specific card and at least 3 spades cards including 1 specific card.

35. INI Programme CMP
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK; August December 2002.
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29 Jul - 20 Dec 2002 Organisers : Professor Martin Dyer ( Leeds ), Professor Mark Jerrum ( Edinburgh ), Dr Peter Winkler ( Bell Labs
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As Computer Science has matured as a discipline, its relationships with mathematics have become both more wide ranging and more profound. The programme will explore two particularly fruitful interfaces between computer science and mathematics, namely those with combinatorics and probability theory. Although no interdisciplinary work within the broad area delineated by the title will be excluded, the following themes will receive special emphasis.
  • Randomised algorithms.
    The design and analysis of algorithms that make random choices; also deterministic algorithms when run on random instances.The theoretical basis here includes the study of parameters connected with random walks on graphs and the relationships between them. "Phase transitions" in statistical physics and computer science.

36. Electronic Journal Of Probability
EJP Home Vol. 9 (2004), open journal systems. The Electronic Journal ofprobability publishes fullsize research articles in probability theory.
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The Electronic Journal of Probability publishes full-size research articles in probability theory. The Electronic Communications in Probability (ECP), a sister journal of EJP, publishes short notes, survey articles, and research announcements in probability theory.
The Electronic Journal of Probability is affiliated with the Institute of Mathematical Statistics
An asymptotic expansion for the discrete harmonic potential Abstract PDF PostScript Gady Kozma and Ehud Schreiber
Pages: 1-17, Published on: February 4, 2004
A non-uniform bound for translated Poisson approximation Abstract PDF PostScript Andrew D Barbour and Kwok Pui Choi
Pages: 18-36, Published on: February 4, 2004
Brownian Bridge Asymptotics for Random p-Mappings Abstract PDF PostScript David Aldous, Gregory Miermont and Jim Pitman
Pages: 37-56, Published on: February 13, 2004
The Genealogy of Self-similar Fragmentations with Negative Index as a Continuum Random Tree Abstract PDF PostScript Bénédicte Haas and Grégory Miermont
Pages: 57-97, Published on: February 13, 2004

37. Dale Schuurmans' University Of Waterloo Page
Computational learning, complex probability modelling.
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38. Interactive Mathematics Miscellany And Puzzles, Probability
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The Orderly Pursuit of Pure Disorder.
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American Heritage Dictionary defines the Probability Theory as the branch of Mathematics that studies the likelihood of occurrence of random events in order to predict the behavior of defined systems. Starting with this definition, it would (probably :-) be right to conclude that the Probability Theory, being a branch of Mathematics, is an exact, deductive science that studies uncertain quantities related to random events. This might seem to be a strange marriage of mathematical certainty and uncertainty of randomness. On a second thought, though, most people will agree that a newly conceived baby has a 50-50 chance (exact but, likely, inaccurate estimate) to be, for example, a girl or a boy, for that matter. Interestingly, a recent book by Marilyn vos Savant dealing with people's perception of probability and statistics is titled "The Power of Logical Thinking". My first problems will be drawn from this book.

probability THEORY THE LOGIC OF SCIENCE. 41 Chapter 5 Queer Uses for probabilityTheory Chapter 6 Elementary Parameter Estimation Fig. 6-1 Fig.
E. T. Jaynes

Wayman Crow Professor of Physics
Washington University
St. Louis, MO 63130, U.S.A.
Dedicated to the Memory of Sir Harold Jeffreys, who saw the truth and preserved it. Fragmentary Edition of June 1994
Short Contents
PREFACE COMMENTS General comments (BY OTHERS, NOT E.T. Jaynes') about the book and maxent in general.
Chapter 1 Plausible Reasoning Chapter 2 Quantitative Rules: The Cox Theorems Fig. 2-1 Chapter 3 Elementary Sampling Theory ... Chapter 18 The A Distribution and Rule of Succession
Chapter 19 Physical Measurements Chapter 20 Regression and Linear Models Chapter 21 Estimation with Cauchy and tDistributions Chapter 22 Time Series Analysis and Autoregressive Models ... Chapter 30 Conclusions
Appendix A Other Approaches to Probability Theory Appendix B Formalities and Mathematical Style Appendix C Convolutions and Cumulants Appendix D Dirichlet Integrals and Generating Functions Appendix E The Binomial Gaussian Hierarchy of Distributions Appendix F Fourier Analysis Appendix G Infinite Series Appendix H Matrix Analysis and Computation Appendix I Computer Programs
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40. Combinatorics, Probability & Computing
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