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A Modern Theory of Random Variation: With Applications in Stochastic Calculus, Financial Mathematics, and Feynman Integration [Kindle Edition]

Patrick Muldowney

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A ground-breaking and practical treatment of probability and stochastic processes

A Modern Theory of Random Variation is a new and radical re-formulation of the mathematical underpinnings of subjects as diverse as investment, communication engineering, and quantum mechanics. Setting aside the classical theory of probability measure spaces, the book utilizes a mathematically rigorous version of the theory of random variation that bases itself exclusively on finitely additive probability distribution functions.

In place of twentieth century Lebesgue integration and measure theory, the author uses the simpler concept of Riemann sums, and the non-absolute Riemann-type integration of Henstock. Readers are supplied with an accessible approach to standard elements of probability theory such as the central limmit theorem and Brownian motion as well as remarkable, new results on Feynman diagrams and stochastic integrals.

Throughout the book, detailed numerical demonstrations accompany the discussions of abstract mathematical theory, from the simplest elements of the subject to the most complex. In addition, an array of numerical examples and vivid illustrations showcase how the presented methods and applications can be undertaken at various levels of complexity.

A Modern Theory of Random Variation is a suitable book for courses on mathematical analysis, probability theory, and mathematical finance at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels. The book is also an indispensible resource for researchers and practitioners who are seeking new concepts, techniques and methodologies in data analysis, numerical calculation, and financial asset valuation.

Patrick Muldowney, PhD, served as lecturer at the Magee Business School of the UNiversity of Ulster for over twenty years. Dr. Muldowney has published extensively in his areas of research, including integration theory, financial mathematics, and random variation.

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A groundbreaking and practical treatment of probability and stochastic processes
 
A Modern Theory of Random Variation presents a new and radical reformulation of the mathematical underpinnings of subjects as diverse as investment, communication engineering, and quantum mechanics. Setting aside the classical theory of probability measure spaces, the book utilizes a mathematically rigorous version of the theory of random variation based exclusively on finitely additive probability distribution functions.
 
In place of twentieth-century Lebesgue integration and measure theory, the author uses the simpler concept of Riemann sums and the non-absolute Riemann-type integration of Henstock. Readers are supplied with an accessible approach to standard elements of probability theory such as the central limit theorem and Brownian motion as well as remarkable, new results on Feynman diagrams and stochastic integrals.
 
Detailed numerical examples and demonstrations guide the reader through the abstract mathematical exposition. In addition, numerous diagrams and graphics provide vivid illustrations of the theory, from the elementary level to the more advanced.
 
A Modern Theory of Random Variation is suitable for courses on mathematical analysis, probability theory, and mathematical finance at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels. The book is also an indispensable resource for researchers and practitioners who are seeking new concepts, techniques, and methodologies in data analysis, numerical calculation, and financial asset valuation.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 8044 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 544 Seiten
  • Verlag: Wiley; Auflage: 1 (26. April 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00CLPA5IY
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The Kindle version of this book is of extremely poor quality. It looks like trash.

In 2013, paying customers who fork over $60 (USD) for the electronic version of this book deserve more than a crappy HTML-ized version of the printed text where the equations do not scale properly or even line up with the baseline of surrounding text.

By flipping through the free sample provided above and comparing it with a copy of the print edition, one can quickly determine just how badly the publisher has wrecked the typesetting of the formulas by converting the text from native PDF to their own proprietary Kindle format. Only certain formats (PDF being foremost among them) can faithfully preserve all of the elegance and beauty that mathematical typesetting systems like LaTeX can provide.

By refusing to purchase the electronic version, customers can send a strong message to the publisher that they will not accept an inferior product in order to accommodate their desire for digital rights management.

The "Kindle Replica" format is a potential solution to this problem as the latter is nothing more than a DRM-wrapped version of PDF.

Question to the publisher: why are you not offering a Kindle Replica version of this text, because if you did, I would purchase it immediately.
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