## Contributions to Probability: A Collection of Papers Dedicated to Eugene LukacsContributions to Probability: A Collection of Papers Dedicated to Eugene Lukacs is a collection of papers that reflect Professor Eugene Lukacs’ broad range of research interests. This text celebrates the 75th birthday of Eugene Lukacs, mathematician, teacher, and research worker in probability and mathematical statistics. This book is organized into two parts encompassing 23 chapters. Part I consists of papers in probability theory, limit theorems, and stochastic processes. This part also deals with the continuation and arithmetic of distribution functions, the arc sine law, Fourier transform methods, and nondifferentiality of the Wiener sheet. Part II includes papers in information and statistical theories. This book will prove useful to statisticians, mathematicians, and advance mathematics students. |

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