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7. The pair ( , F) is called a measurable space. The definition given above presents only the notion commonly used in mathematical literature, not more. But the next one establishes the central definitions of this book that play a key role in Probability and Stochastic Processes theories. 8. 16) is called a finite additive measure if for any finite collection {Ai , i = 1, . . , n} of all pairwise disjoint subsets A1 , A2 , . . 20) i=1 then such measure is called a countable additive measure. 2 The Kolmogorov axioms and the probability space Now we have sufficient mathematical notions at our disposal to introduce a formal definition of a probability space which is the central one in Modern Probability Theory.

33 37 42 In this chapter a connection between measure theory and the basic notion of probability theory – a random variable – is established. In fact, random variables are the functions from the probability space to some other measurable space. The definition of a random variable as a measurable function is presented. Several simple examples of random variables are considered. The transformation of distributions for the class of functionally connected random variables is also analyzed. 1 Measurable functions and random variables If any real-valued function describes a connection between points of reals and corresponding points of real line, a random variable states connection between any arbitrary set of possible outcomes of experiments and extended reals.

Transformation of distributions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Continuous random variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 37 42 In this chapter a connection between measure theory and the basic notion of probability theory – a random variable – is established. In fact, random variables are the functions from the probability space to some other measurable space. The definition of a random variable as a measurable function is presented. Several simple examples of random variables are considered.

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