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July 17th, 2014, 06:59 PM   #1
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Theory and Problems of Probability, Random Variables, and Random Processes

The purpose of this book is to provide an introduction to principles of
probability, random variables, and random processes and their applications.
The book is designed for students in various disciplines of engineering,
science, mathematics, and management. It may be used as a textbook and/or as
a supplement to all current comparable texts. It should also be useful to those
interested in the field for self-study. The book combines the advantages of both
the textbook and the so-called review book. It provides the textual explanations
of the textbook, and in the direct way characteristic of the review book, it gives
hundreds of completely solved problems that use essential theory and
techniques. Moreover, the solved problems are an integral part of the text. The
background required to study the book is one year of calculus, elementary
differential equations, matrix analysis, and some signal and system theory,
including Fourier transforms.

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[QUOTE=messaoud2010;200541]The purpose of this book is to provide an introduction to principles of
probability, random variables, and random processes and their applications.
The book is designed for students in various disciplines of engineering,
science, mathematics, and management. It may be used as a textbook and/or as
a supplement to all current comparable texts. It should also be useful to those
interested in the field for self-study. The book combines the advantages of both
the textbook and the so-called review book. It provides the textual explanations
of the textbook, and in the direct way characteristic of the review book, it gives
hundreds of completely solved problems that use essential theory and
techniques. Moreover, the solved problems are an integral part of the text. The
background required to study the book is one year of calculus, elementary
differential equations, matrix analysis, and some signal and system theory,
including Fourier transforms.

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