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|Description:||Michael Steele's series of ten lectures on Probability Theory and Combinatorial Optimization, delivered in Michigan Technological University in 1995.|
|Collection:||CBMS Lectures on Probability Theory and Combinatorial Optimization|
|Publisher:||University of Cambridge|
|Keywords:||matching of two samples; Atjai–Komlós–Tusnády theorem; empirical processes; majorizing measures;|
|Abstract:||Michael Steele's series of ten lectures on Probability Theory and Combinatorial Optimization, delivered in Michigan Technological University in 1995.
The videos were shot by MTU's Audio/Video/Equipment Department. These videos were made possible by an NSF-CBMS Grant DMS-9415060 awarded to Michigan Technological University (Anant Godbole, PI). We thank NSF, CBMS, and MTU for allowing us to post the videos, and Anant Godbole for making them available.
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