810—Probability Theory I. [=MATH 710] (3 credit hours) (Prerequisites: STAT 511, 512, or MATH 703) Probability spaces, random variables and distributions, expectations, characteristic functions, laws of large numbers, and the central limit theorem.
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Usually Offered: Fall Semesters, Even years
Purpose: To acquaint advanced graduate students in statistics and other disciplines with the theoretical and abstract foundations of probability. To provide a foundation for further study in probability theory, stochastic processes, and statistical theory at the doctoral level.
|Sets, Classes of Sets, Events Probability Spaces, Random Variables, Induced Probability Measures, Extension Theorems||
|Independence, Expectation, Conditional Expectation and Probability, Product Spaces and Measures||
|Basic Convergence Concepts (in distribution, in probability, almost sure, in Lp-mean, uniform integrability)||
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