Probability Theory: The Logic of Science
by E. T. Jaynes
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2002
Number of pages: 758
The book is addressed to readers who are already familiar with applied mathematics at the advanced undergraduate level or preferably higher. The text is concerned with probability theory and all of its conventional mathematics, but now viewed in a wider context than that of the standard textbooks.
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