This is the third edition of the bestselling title Probability, Statistics And Random Processes designed for undergraduate students. It provides a thorough introduction to the fundamental concepts of probability theory and random processes. Students of mathematics who have to study Probability and Statistics methods will find this book highly beneficial. It teaches students how these methods are executed. The various topics covered here include Probability Theory, Random Variables, Statistical Averages, Random Processes, Queueing Theory, and Design of Experiments. Probability, Statistics And Random Processes is written for beginners, but it does provide them a flavor of the advanced work as well. The author provides an ideal combination of theory and applications here. The third edition is appropriately revised and updated to accommodate other important topics in accordance with the revised syllabus. It includes complete coverage of important topics such as Statistical Measures of Central Tendency, Moments of a Random Variable, Kurtosis and Skewness. The sequence of the third edition of Probability, Statistics And Random Processes remains similar to the one present in the second edition. However, numerous new sections have been added in this edition. This revised edition comes with additional concepts on the basics of statistical measures. Probability, Statistics And Random Processes includes in-depth introductions on Linear Correlation and Regression. The author explains Special Probability Distributions and their interrelation and has added new exercises and problems. Students can further enhance their knowledge with the help of more than 350 problems and over 1100 numerical questions.

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2014