For the most part, this course will be based on
material in my text *Mathematics of Probability*, which is
GSM #149 published by the American Mathematics Society.

If you or a friend of yours is a member of the AMS, then you can buy this book for $60 from the AMS. If you are not a member, then you can buy it from AMS or

Amazon for $71.29 An ever growing list of errata can be viewed at errata.

If you or a friend of yours is a member of the AMS, then you can buy this book for $60 from the AMS. If you are not a member, then you can buy it from AMS or

Amazon for $71.29 An ever growing list of errata can be viewed at errata.

This is not a true statistics class. Instead, it is an introduction to the mathematics of modern probability theory for people with a moderately sophisticated

mathematics background.

Grades for this course will be based on homework assignments, which will be posted here. The grader is Donming Huang and his email address is dhuang01@g.harvard.edu. I encourage you to email your assignments directly to him. Homeworks submitted after the solutions have been posted will not be graded.

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