The third edition of this well-established and popular textbook provides a wide-ranging and entertaining introduction to probability and random processes and many of their practical applications. The emphasis is on modelling and understanding rather than abstraction, but beginners will encounter aspects of more advanced work. Prerequisites are few, and the book is largely self contained. Many important random processes are developed in the text and through informative real-life examples. There are many exercises and problems, with solutions provided in the companion volume.
Princeton University Library