Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics for Engineers
CRC Press – 2004 – 368 pages
Probability Theory and Statistical Methods for Engineers brings together probability theory with the more practical applications of statistics, bridging theory and practice. It gives a series of methods or recipes which can be applied to specific problems.
This book is essential reading for practicing engineers who need a sound background knowledge of probabilistic and statistical concepts and methods of analysis for their everyday work. It is also a useful guide for graduate engineering students.
Part 1 - Probability Theory y 2. Probability: The Axiomatic Approach 3. The Multivariate Case: Random Vectors 4. Convergences, Limit Theorems and the Law of Large Numbers Part 2 - Elements of Mathematical Statistics 5. Statistics: Preliminary Ideas and Basic Notions 6. The Test of Statistical Hypotheses 7. Regression, Correlation and the Method of Least Squares. References and Further Reading.
Paulo Gatti is Head of the Vibration Testing and Data Acquisition Division of Tecniter s.r.l., Cassina de' Pecchi, Milan, Italy