by Vijay K. Rohatgi
This treatment of probability and statistics examines discrete and continuous models, functions of random variables and random vectors, large-sample theory, more. Hundreds of problems (some with solutions). 1984 edition. Includes 144 figures and 35 tables.
|$44.95||Statistical Inference: A Concise Course|
by Robert B. Ash
This book offers a brief course in statistical inference that requires only a basic familiarity with probability and matrix and linear algebra. Ninety problems with solutions make it an ideal choice for self-study. 2011 edition. read more
|Statistical Method from the Viewpoint of Quality Control|
by Walter A. Shewhart
Important text offers lucid explanation of how to regulate variables and maintain control over statistics in order to achieve quality control over manufactured products, crops and data. First inexpensive paperback edition. read more
|$14.95||Statistical and Inductive Probabilities|
by Hugues Leblanc
This treatment addresses a decades-old dispute among probability theorists, asserting that both statistical and inductive probabilities may be treated as sentence-theoretic measurements, and that the latter qualify as estimates of the former. 1962 edition.
by Margaret W. Maxfield
Edwin L. Crow
Francis A. Davis
A thorough collection of methods of making statistical inferences, this text covers sign tests, linear multiple, and nonlinear regression, correlation, reliability, quality control fiducial limits, Chi-Square runs, more. Includes 32 tables and charts.
|$14.95||Statistics of Extremes|
by E. J. Gumbel
This classic text covers order statistics and their exceedances; exact distribution of extremes; the 1st asymptotic distribution; uses of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd asymptotes; more. 1958 edition. Includes 44 tables and 97 graphs.
|The Foundations of Statistics|
by Leonard J. Savage
Classic analysis of the foundations of statistics and development of personal probability, one of the greatest controversies in modern statistical thought. Revised edition. Calculus, probability, statistics, and Boolean algebra are recommended.
|$19.95||The Logic of Chance|
by John Venn
No mathematical background is necessary to appreciate this classic of probability theory, which remains unsurpassed in its clarity and readability. It explores physical foundations, logical superstructure, and applications. 1888 edition.
|The Statistical Analysis of Experimental Data|
by John Mandel
First half of book presents fundamental mathematical definitions, concepts, and facts while remaining half deals with statistics primarily as an interpretive tool. Well-written text and numerous worked examples with step-by-step presentation. Includes 116 tables.
|$21.95||Theory of Markov Processes|
by T. Kovary
E. B. Dynkin
D. E. Brown
An investigation of the logical foundations of the theory behind Markov random processes, this text explores subprocesses, transition functions, and conditions for boundedness and continuity. 1961 edition.