The Axiomatic Approach
The entire edifice of probability theory, and its offshoots statistics and stochastic processes, rests upon three famous axioms of Kolmogoroff [2.1]. Indeed, everything in this book derives from these simple axioms. The axioms are deceptively simple, in fact so simple that at first they appear to say nothing at all. However, let us recall that axioms are supposed to be that way. The simpler they appear, and the more they imply, the better they are mathematically.
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