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“This book is based on material to be presented in a first one-semester introductory course on probability theory (with applications in statistics) for engineering, physics, computer science or mathematics students. … each section is closed by a list of exercises and further exercises are given at the end of each chapter reveweing the topics discussed so far.” (Martin Riedler, zbMATH, Vol. 1276, 2014)
“The book covers a number of selected topics in probability suitable for a semester course in the subject, and contains chapters studying statistical applications of the theory. … The selection of main topics is similar to what one finds in the classic books. … I recommend this book for first and second semester of an undergraduate course in probability and statistics. In addition, instructors teaching such a course will find some very good examples and exercises for classroom use.” (Mehdi Hassani, The Mathematical Association of America, April, 2012)