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"statistics" references for the Electrical Engineer
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Online Seminars offered by Stanford Center for Professional Development Webcast Description: Stanford is making a number of class/seminar series available online in video format. These classes are offered for college credit to students on campus. You can access them for free simply by registering at the URL we've provided here.
The Scientists and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing Book Description: A full textbook on DSP theory and application.
Concepts and Applications of Inferential Statistics Book Description: Written by Richard Lowry, Professor of Psychology at Vassar, this is described as "a free, full-length, and occasionally interactive statistics textbook"
Introductory Statistics: Concepts, Models and Applications Book Description: Written by David W. Stockburger and published on the Missouri State web site, this is a full featured Stats text in HTML format. A paper version is apparently also available.
Mathematics, Pre-Calculus and Introduction to Probability Book Description: This appears to be a scanned copy of a 1988 Navy textbook (384 pages).
Mathematics, Introduction to Statistics, Number Systems and Boolean Algebra Book Description: This appears to be a scanned copy of a 1986 Navy textbook (227 pages).
Teletraffic Engineering Handbook Book Description: The preface of this 350 page text published in 2005 states "The handbook covers the basic theory of teletraffic engineering. The mathematical background required is elementary probability theory. The purpose of the handbook is to enable engineers to understand ITU-T recommendations on traffic engineering, evaluate tools and methods, and keep up-to-date with new practices."
Elementary Concepts in Statistics Book Description: This textbook by StatSoft is available as a free interactive web-site, as well as a traditional paper text. The StatSoft site says "This Electronic Statistics Textbook offers training in the understanding and application of statistics. The material was developed at the StatSoft R&D department based on many years of teaching undergraduate and graduate statistics courses and covers a wide variety of applications, including laboratory research (biomedical, agricultural, etc.), business statistics and forecasting, social science statistics and survey research, data mining, engineering and quality control applications, and many others."
Life Data Analysis Reference Book Description: "Life Data Analysis Reference" was designed as a companion textbook to supplement ReliaSoft's Weibull++ application; but is also serves as a standalone reference on the topics of reliability engineering and life data analysis.

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