Prokhorov and Contemporary Probability Theory: In Honor of Yuri V. Prokhorov (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics)

Prokhorov and Contemporary Probability Theory: In Honor of Yuri V. Prokhorov (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics)

Language: English

Pages: 446

ISBN: 3642431682

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The role of Yuri Vasilyevich Prokhorov as a prominent mathematician and leading expert in the theory of probability is well known. Even early in his career he obtained substantial results on the validity of the strong law of large numbers and on the estimates (bounds) of the rates of convergence, some of which are the best possible. His findings on limit theorems in metric spaces and particularly functional limit theorems are of exceptional importance. Y.V. Prokhorov developed an original approach to the proof of functional limit theorems, based on the weak convergence of finite dimensional distributions and the condition of tightness of probability measures. 

The present volume commemorates the 80th birthday of Yuri Vasilyevich Prokhorov. It includes scientific contributions written by his colleagues, friends and pupils, who would like to express their deep respect and sincerest admiration for him and his scientific work.​

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Statistics, 43. Moscow: “Nauka”, 1991, 445 pp. IV Works as Editor 1. D.A. Rodionov. Statistical methods of geological objects identification by set of characteristics. (Russian) Ed. by Yu.V. Prokhorov, -M. : “Nedra”, 1968, 158 pp. 2. Proc. of the Second Japan-USSR Symposium on Probability Theory. Ed. by G. Maruyama and Yu.V. Prokhorov. Lect. Notes Math., 330. Berlin etc.: Springer-Verlag, 1973, 550 pp. 3. Proceedings of the Third Japan-USSR Symposium on Probability Theory Held in Tashkent, Aug.

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics. Selected Works. (Russian) Ed. by Yu.V. Prokhorov, Compiled by A.N. Shiryaev. With commentaries. Moscow: “Nauka”, 1986, 535 pp. 10. First World Congress of the Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory. Vol. I. Sections 1–19. Abstracts from the Congress held in Tashkent, 1986. (Russian) Ed. by Yu.V. Prokhorov. Moscow: “Nauka”, 1986. 488 pp. 11. First World Congress of the Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and

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