|May6-12, 07:21 AM||#1|
Problem Intensive books on Probability
I am enrolled in a third year probability course, and the course text book is Introduction to Probability Models by Sheldon Ross. I want to do good in this course, and this course is the hardest course in third year stats. Therefore, I am studying from Ross right now, but would appreciate if you could give me the names of other books that are on par with Ross and much more problem-intensive, since the theory is already being covered in Ross. However, I do not mind a theory intensive book as long as it is problem intensive as well, and on par with Introduction to Probability Models.
|May7-12, 12:57 PM||#2|
These books have a good selection of (classical) problems:
"An introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications", Vol. I and Vol.II by William Feller.
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