# Models for Probability and Statistical Inference

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This concise, yet thorough, book is enhanced with simulations and graphs to build the intuition of readers Models for Probability and Statistical Inference was written over a five-year period and serves as a comprehensive treatment of the fundamentals of probability and statistical inference. With detailed theoretical coverage found throughout the book, readers acquire the fundamentals needed to advance to more specialized topics, such as sampling, linear models, design of experiments, statistical computing, survival analysis, and bootstrapping. Ideal as a textbook for a two-semester sequence on probability and statistical inference, early chapters provide coverage on probability and include discussions of: discrete models and random variables; discrete distributions including binomial, hypergeometric, geometric, and Poisson; continuous, normal, gamma, and conditional distributions; and limit theory. Since limit theory is usually the most difficult topic for readers to master, the author thoroughly discusses modes of convergence of sequences of random variables, with special attention to convergence in distribution. The second half of the book addresses statistical inference, beginning with a discussion on point estimation and followed by coverage of consistency and confidence intervals. Further areas of exploration include: distributions defined in terms of the multivariate normal, chi-square, t, and F (central and non-central); the one- and two-sample Wilcoxon test, together with methods of estimation based on both; linear models with a linear space-projection approach; and logistic regression. Each section contains a set of problems ranging in difficulty from simple to more complex, and selected answers as well as proofs to almost all statements are provided. An abundant amount of figures in addition to helpful simulations and graphs produced by the statistical package S-Plus(r) are included to help build the intuition of readers.HURD and MIAMEE Am Periodically Correlated Random Sequences: Spectral Theory and Practice HUSKOVA, BERAN, and DUPAC ... Simulation JOHNSON and BALAKRISHNAN Am Advances in the Theory and Practice of Statistics: A Volume in Honor of Samuel Kotz ... From Data to Decisions, Second Edition KLUGMAN, PANJER, and WILLMOT Am Solutions Manual to Accompany Loss Models: From Dataanbsp;...

 Title : Models for Probability and Statistical Inference Author : James H. Stapleton Publisher : John Wiley & Sons - 2007-12-14

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