Chapter 1 . Sums of Independent Random Variables

  • Published 2008


In one way or another, most probabilistic analysis entails the study of large families of random variables. The key to such analysis is an understanding of the relations among the family members; and of all the possible ways in which members of a family can be related, by far the simplest is when the relationship does not exist at all! For this reason, we will begin by looking at families of independent random variables.

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@inproceedings{2008Chapter1, title={Chapter 1 . Sums of Independent Random Variables}, author={}, year={2008} }