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Handbook of probability: theory and applications

Contributor(s): Rudas, Tamas [Editor].
Publisher: Los Angeles Sage Publications 2008Description: xv, 469 p.ISBN: 9781412927147.Subject(s): ProbabilitiesDDC classification: 519.2 Summary: The Handbook of Probability presents an equal balance of theory and direct applications in a non-technical, yet comprehensive format so that researchers of various backgrounds can use the reference either as a primer for understanding basic probability theory or as a more advanced research tool for specific projects requiring a deeper understanding or application of probability. The wide-ranging applications of probability presented make it useful for researchers who need to make interdisciplinary connections in their work, as well as professors who teach a range of students (social sciences, education, business, behavioral sciences, etc.) and need to bring probability into greater, concrete perspective for these students. (Source: www.uk.sagepub.com)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The Handbook of Probability presents an equal balance of theory and direct applications in a non-technical, yet comprehensive format so that researchers of various backgrounds can use the reference either as a primer for understanding basic probability theory or as a more advanced research tool for specific projects requiring a deeper understanding or application of probability. The wide-ranging applications of probability presented make it useful for researchers who need to make interdisciplinary connections in their work, as well as professors who teach a range of students (social sciences, education, business, behavioral sciences, etc.) and need to bring probability into greater, concrete perspective for these students. (Source: www.uk.sagepub.com)

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