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Contents Preface xi Chapter 1: Motivation §1 Why bother with measure theory? 1 §2 The cost and benefit of rigor 3 §3 Where to start: probabilities or expectations? 5 §4 The de Finetti notation 7 *§5 Fair prices 11 §6 Problems 13 §7 Notes 14 Chapter 2: A modicum of measure theory §1 Measures and sigma-fields 17 §2 Measurable functions 22 §3 Integrals 26 *§4 Construction of integrals from measures 29 §5 Limit theorems 31 §6 Negligible sets 33 *§7 L p spaces 36 *§8 Uniform integrability 37 §9 Image measures and distributions 39 §10 Generating classes of sets 41 *§11 Generating classes of functions 43 §12 Problems 45 §13 Notes 51 Chapter 3: Densities and derivatives §1 Densities and absolute continuity 53 *§2 The Lebesgue decomposition 58 §3 Distances and affinities between measures 59 §4 The classical concept of absolute continuity 65 *§5 Vitali covering lemma 68 *§6 Densities as almost sure derivatives 70 §7 Problems 71 §8 Notes 75 Chapter 4: Product spaces and independence §1 Independence 77 §2 Independence of sigma-fields 80 §3 Construction of measures on a product space 83 §4 Product measures 88 *§5 Beyond sigma-finiteness 93 §6 SLLN via blocking 95 *§7 SLLN for identically distributed summands 97 *§8
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