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- Approximation theorems of mathematical statistics
- Basic principles and applications of probability theory
- Brownian Brownian motion-I
- Concentration of measure for the analysis of randomized algorithms
- Concentration of measure for the analysis of randomized algorithms
- Graph directed Markov systems : geometry and dynamics of limit sets
- Graph directed Markov systems : geometry and dynamics of limit sets
- Introduction to statistical limit theory
- Large deviations, free energy functional and quasi-potential for a mean field model of interacting diffusions
- Lecture notes on limit theorems for Markov chain transition probabilities
- Limit theorems for associated random fields and related systems
- Limit theorems for multi-indexed sums of random variables
- Limit theorems for stochastic processes
- Limit theorems in change-point analysis
- Limit theorems in probability, statistics and number theory : in honor of Friedrich Götze
- Limit theorems of probability theory : sequences of independent random variables
- Limit theorems on large deviations for Markov stochastic processes
- Limit theory for mixing dependent random variables
- Moderate deviations for the range of planar random walks
- Probability : the classical limit theorems
- Probability metrics and the stability of stochastic models
- Rare event simulation using Monte Carlo methods
- Sums and Gaussian vectors
- Weak convergence of stochastic processes : with applications to statistical limit theorems

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