Mathematical Foundations of Probability Theory

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Mathematical Foundations of Probability Theory

Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 378

The fundamental aspects of Probability Theory are presented from a pure mathematical view based on Measure Theory. Such an approach places Probability Theory in its natural frame of Functional Analysis and constitutes a firm preparation to the study of Random Analysis and Stochastic processes.

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