|Name||Cr||Method of study||Time||Location||Organiser|
|Probability theory I||5 Cr||Lecture Course||3.9.2019 - 17.10.2019|
|Probability theory I||5 Cr||Lecture Course||4.9.2018 - 18.10.2018|
|Probability theory I||5 Cr||General Examination||8.8.2018 - 8.8.2018|
|Probability theory I||5 Cr||General Examination||13.6.2018 - 13.6.2018|
|Probability theory I||5 Cr||General Examination||23.5.2018 - 23.5.2018|
|Probability theory I||5 Cr||General Examination||14.3.2018 - 14.3.2018|
|Probability theory I||5 Cr||General Examination||10.1.2018 - 10.1.2018|
|Probability theory I||5 Cr||Lecture Course||5.9.2017 - 17.10.2017|
Master's Programme in Mathematics and Statistics is responsible for the course.
The course belongs to the Mathematics and Applied mathematics module.
The course is available to students from other degree programmes.
Analysis I-II, Topology I, Vector analysis I, Measure and integral
The course gives a firm theoretical ground for Probability and introduces some of its classical results
Recommended time/stage of studies for completion: 1. year
Term/teaching period when the course will be offered: varying
Measure theoretic foundations of probability, independence, laws of large numbers, characteristic functions and the central limit theorm, Gaussian measures, recurrence/transience of random walks
Activities and teaching methods in support of learning
Lectures and exercise classes, possibly other methods like reading assignments+discussion
Lecture notes; D. Williams: "Probability with martingales", R. Durrett: "Probability: theory and examples"
Assessment practices and criteria
Exam and excercises, Course will be graded with grades 1-5
Recommended optional studies
Vector analysis II, Probability II.
Exam, other methods will be described later