Probability for Statisticians
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Still up front and central in the book, Chapters 1-5 provide the "measure theory" necessary for the rest of the textbook and Chapters 6-7 adapt that measure-theoretic background to the special needs of probability theory
Develops both mathematical tools and specialized probabilistic tools
Chapters organized by number of lectures to cover requisite topics, optional lectures, and self-study
Exercises interspersed within the text
Guidance provided to instructors to help in choosing topics of emphasis
Galen Shorack, PhD, is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Statistics (of which he was a founding member) and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Washington, Seattle. He received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Mathematics from the University of Oregon and his PhD in Statistics from Stanford University. Dr. Shorack's research interests include limit theorems in statistics, the theory of empirical processes, trimming-Winsorizing, and regular variation. He has served as Associate Editor of the Annals of Mathematical Statistics (Annals of Statistics) and is Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.