**L.D. Meshalkin**

**Publisher:**Springer Science & Business Media

**Release Date:**2012-12-06

**Genre:**Mathematics

**Pages:**148 pages

**ISBN 13:**9401023581

**ISBN 10:**9789401023580

**Format:**PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle

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Synopsis : **Collection of problems in probability theory** written by L.D. Meshalkin, published by Springer Science & Business Media which was released on 2012-12-06. Download **Collection of problems in probability theory Books** now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. This collection is geared basically to the third edition of the GNEDENKO textbook Course in proba bility theory, Fizmatgiz, Moscow (1961), Probability theory, Chelsea (1965). -- The Russian version of A collection of problems in probability theory contains a chapter devoted to statistics. That chapter has been omitted in this translation because, in the opinion of the editor, its content deviates somewhat from that which is suggested by the title: problems in pro bability theory. The original Russian version contains some errors; an attempt was made to correct all errors found, but perhaps a few stiII remain. An index has been added for the convenience of the reader who may be searching for a definition, a classical problem, or whatever. The index lists pages as well as problems where the indexed words appear. The book has been translated and edited with the hope of leaving as much "Russian flavor" in the text and problems as possible. Any pecu liarities present are most likely a result of this intention. August, 1972 Bryan A. Haworth viii Foreword to the Russian edition This Collection of problems in probability theory is primarily intended for university students in physics and mathematics departments. Its goal is to help the student of probability theory to master the theory more pro foundly and to acquaint him with the application of probability theory methods to the solution of practical problems. This collection is geared basically to the third edition of the GNEDENKO textbook Course in proba bility theory, Fizmatgiz, Moscow (1961), Probability theory, Chelsea (1965).