In: Understanding Probability, 3rd Ed., Cambridge University Press, pp. 196-202.
ISSN/ISBN: 9781107658561 DOI: Not available at this time.
Abstract: COVERTEXT: In this fully revised second edition of Understanding Probability, the reader can learn about the world of probability in an informal way. The author demystifies the law of large numbers, betting systems, random walks, the bootstrap, rare events, the central limit theorem, the Bayesian approach and more. This second edition has wider coverage, more explanations and examples and exercises, and a new chapter introducing Markov chains, making it a great choice for a first probability course. But its easy-going style makes it just as valuable if you want to learn about the subject on your own, and high school algebra is really all the mathematical background you need
Bibtex:
@inbook{,
title={Understanding {Probability}},
author={Tijms, Henk},
year={2012},
edition={3rd},
publisher={Cambridge University Press},
chapter={Falsified data and Benford’s law},
pages={196--202}
}
Reference Type: Book Chapter
Subject Area(s): Probability Theory