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6 edition of Lectures on contemporary probability found in the catalog. # Lectures on contemporary probability

## by Gregory F. Lawler

Written in English

Subjects:
• Stochastic processes.,
• Probabilities.

• Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Classifications The Physical Object Statement Gregory F. Lawler, Lester N. Coyle. Series Student mathematical library ;, v. 2., IAS/Park city mathematical subseries, Student mathematical library ;, v. 2., Student mathematical library. Contributions Coyle, Lester N. 1967- LC Classifications QA274 .L384 1999 Pagination xii, 97 p. : Number of Pages 97 Open Library OL37146M ISBN 10 082182029X LC Control Number 99023838

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