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Foundations of Constructive Probability Theory

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Foundations of Constructive Probability Theory
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 517

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We provide a systematic, thorough treatment of the foundations of probability theory and stochastic processes along the lines of E. Bishop's constructive analysis. Every existence result presented shall be a construction; and the input data, the construction procedure, and the output objects shall be regarded as integral parts of the theorem.

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