This series of high quality upper-division textbooks and expository monographs covers all areas of stochastic applicable mathematics. The topics range from pure and applied statistics to probability theory, operations research, mathematical programming, and optimisation. The books contain clear presentations of new developments in the field and also of the state of the art in classical methods. While emphasising rigorous treatment of theoretical methods, the books also contain applications and discussions of new techniques made possible by advances in computational practice.
Editorial Board: R. Gill, Universiteit Leiden; B. D. Ripley, University of Oxford; S. Ross, University of Southern California; Z. Ghahramani, University of Cambridge; M. Stein, University of Chicago; F. P. Kelly, University of Cambridge
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