Poisson Processes (Oxford Studies in Probability)

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'provides an enjoyable and clearly written introduction to the structure and properties of Poisson processes ... Thanks to skillful steering away from, and around, technicalities, it is widely accessible. If you don't know the story, read this book - you will then know what you are missing. If you do know it, a browse through the book, particularly the later chapters, is still worthwhile for interesting perspectives on several areas.' P.J. Donnelly, Queen Mary and Westfield College, Short Book Reviews (Publication of the International Statistical Institute)

'It records the author's fascination with the beauty and wide applicability of Poisson processes in one or more dimensions.' L'Enseignement Mathématique, 3-4, 1993

'Every mathematician with some knowledge of stochastic processes is aware of the interest and importance of the Poisson process. Therefore it is very useful to have now a book which is devoted to a systematic treatment of Poisson processes. The book ... fulfills the expectations one might have when a famous elder author writes a book on a classic topic. It gives the basic facts in a clear and lucid way. It is shown how the theory can be applied to interesting problems of astronomy, queueing and traffic, etc., and these examples are studied very thoroughly and deeply, giving even the specialist new insights ... an excellent basis for lectures or seminars .... a valuable gift for a young mathematician to stimulate his or her interest in stochastic processes and in applied probability in general.' Mathematical Reviews, Issue 94a

'The presentation everywhere is rigorous without being fuzzy about measure theoretical details; this would make the monograph suitable for many readrs, who are either not interested or not trained in measure theoretical subtleties ... a useful addition to the literature both for various beginners as well as for lecturers in the theory of stochastic processes who would find in it a rich array of topics presented clearly.' S.D. Chatterji, Mathematics Abstracts, 773/93

The Poisson process is surely the most beautiful object in probability theory, and John Kingman is its most gifted expositor. One might have been forgiven for thinking that there would be little new to say, but in fact this book is studded with new and fascinating insights. It is rare to find a book that simultaneously addresses the beginner and the expert. If there were a prize for the wisest probability book of the decade it would have to go to Bristol's Vice-Chancellor. ( David Kendall, Cambridge, Journal of Royal Statistical Society, 1994)

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"Fulfills the expectations one might have when a famous elder author writes a book on a classic topic. It gives the basic facts in a clear and lucid way. It is shown how the theory can be applied to interesting problems of astronomy, queuing and traffic, etc., and these examples are studied very thoroughly and deeply, giving even the specialist new insights . . . . an excellent basis for lectures or seminars . . . a valuable gift for a young mathematician to stimulate his or her interest in stochastic processes and in applied probability in general." --Dietrich Stoyan, MathematicalReviews"Whereas treatises on Brownian motion abound, there is a dearth of parallel treatments of the Poisson process. In point of fact, this book is the very first. We read it from cover to cover as soon as we received it, like a novel, and we felt refreshed by it."--The Bulletin of Mathematics Books"It is a rare thing for a mathematical book to attract by the sheer fascination of its narrative. Here is one that can be read and enjoyed as an unfolding story, recounting the highlights of a journey through a memorable landscape....I can almost recommend it as enchanting bedtime reading....In the hundred or so pages of the book the reader does indeed get a feeling of the beauty and power of the Poisson process....The book succeeds admirably in its aim of shining a spotlight on many of the arresting features of the Poisson process in quick succession...It is a pity we do not have many more mathematical books written in the refreshing style of this one."--Stochastics and Stochastics Reports

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