The mathematical basis of probability theory and continuum statistics
A. Kolmogorov develops the theory of probability starting from a small set of definitions and axioms from which the whole mathematical framework is derived. This is the usual manner in which also other mathematical (and physical) theories are constructed. As an example the group theory maybe mentioned.
KeywordsCorrelation Function Elementary Event Mathematical Basis Completeness Theorem Probability Density Functional
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