This work , representing the second volume of mathematical economists, gives students the licensee or master the necessary skill of economists to model probabilistic or statistical - inferential a phenomenon that evolves in an uncertain economic environment affected .
This volume consists of two chapters formally numbered by 5 and 6 respectively , thus marking the continuation of the numbering started in the first volume . This sequel is justified mainly by the fact that the results presented in the first volume is the foundation of knowledge presented in this second volume.
Knowledge of probability theory presented in Chapter 5 are grouped into the following sections : introduction to probability theory , mathematical modeling of experiences , development of probabilistic model , the classical probabilistic models , random variables , the number of random variables caraceristici function characteristic of classical one-dimensional distributions , sequences of random variables .
Subject of Chapter 6 is formed sections : selection theory , estimation theory , statistical hypotheses .
The manner in which knowledge introducer was determined and the desire to build on the framework of mathematical modeling in general , and of the probabilistic modeling displayed or statistical - inferential modeling .