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  • Author:
    G. R. Grimmett,D. R. Stirzaker
  • ISBN:
    0198534485
  • ISBN13:
    978-0198534488
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  • Publisher:
    Oxford University Press; 1St Edition edition (August 6, 1992)
  • Pages:
    376 pages
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    Mathematics
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This book contains around 675 problems in probability and random processes, together with their solutions.

Sermak Light
As many reviewers have pointed out, this book may be too advanced for a beginner student, but it is truly the best for a graduate student or anyone else with solid background in Mathematics and some knowledge of Probability. When I took the course based on this book I already covered Advanced Calculus (Rudin) and college-level Probability and Statistics (DeGroot), and I just loved this book. Ten years later I still use it; just a few weeks ago I needed to familiarize myself with Brownian bridges and it took me only 10 minutes with the book to get all I need to know - the concepts, the formulas, the applications - to the extent I could explain it to my teammates.
I wouldn't recommend this book as the introduction to probability, but for a serious student of mathematics this is a great book to further the understanding of probability and prepare for advanced studies in Stochastic Calculus.
Mardin
I have solid applied math background but none in statistics/probability and I enjoy reading this text as a reference. Can't compare it to other probability textbooks because so far it is my only book on the subject. But very few math books that I have read can compare to this one in terms of knowledge and enjoyment. I would estimate that the probability that you will like this book is more than 90%. Definitely a classic.
Lightwind
The book could be difficult for a beginner because it presents abstract probability theories with concise proofs and explanations. However, I keep coming back to the book when I want to refresh my understanding of theories. The more I read the book, the more I appreciate it. If one thinks about a theories for a while and understands them, one finds that the proofs in the book are well presented because the proofs just show the essence of these theories. One does not need to waist a lot of time to read through and understand. For example in the book, the Central Limit Theorem (which is used in Monte Carlo Simulation for generating draws from a probability distribution) only has a few lines of proof. These few lines of proof is equivalent to a long paragraph of writing.
Giamah
Should have read all the reviews before buying this book. As many others have said, this is more akin to a reference book. I am currently self studying and this book does not give you any foundation to work from, and the exercise questions require knowledge that hasn't been introduced previously. The material is poorly explained (for someone who has no background in probability).
Mr_Jeйson
This is the best and the hardest book on probability I have ever seen. It is extremely dense and rigorous so it requires the reader to think hard. It has plenty of examples which are often so complex to present sub topics on their own.

This is not a book for people who need only basics.
Gtonydne
It a good high-level book describing probability and stochastic process. Since it's mainly from a measure theory perspective, it's a good book for high-level graduate students.
Мох
A challenging read and not a first course.

This was my text at a school on par with MIT and we were expected to know some algebra and analysis. The book begins with formalism (probability measures and sigma-fields) and asks for application almost immediately--there is little hand-holding.

A good choice for the serious student--that is, one who does not simply put the book down after page three because it's "too hard."
Great book and was shipped super quick!