This book develops appreciation of the ingenuity involved in the mathematical treatment of random phenomena, and of the power of the mathematical methods employed in the solution of applied problems. It is intended to students interested in applications of probability to their disciplines.
Table of Contents
1. Easy Life and Good Times 2. Be Discreet with Discrete 3. To Renew or Not to Renew 4. Markovian Dance 5. Inference from Interference