Eugene Lukacs (Hungarian: Lukács Jenő, 14 August 1906 – 21 December 1987) was an American statistician notable for his work in characterization of distributions, stability theory, and being the author of Characteristic Functions, a classic textbook . .
Eugene Lukacs (Hungarian: Lukács Jenő, 14 August 1906 – 21 December 1987) was an American statistician notable for his work in characterization of distributions, stability theory, and being the author of Characteristic Functions, a classic textbook in the field. Born to a Jewish family in born in Szombathely, from six weeks after birth Lukacs lived in Vienna, Austria. There he received primary and secondary education and studied mathematics at University of Vienna.
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E. Lukacs; R. G. Laha (1964). Probability and Mathematical Statistics; An Introduction. New York: Academic Press. Applications of Characteristic Functions (Griffin's Statistical Monographs & Courses, No. 14). New York: T. Hafner Pub. Co. p. 202. E. Lukacs (1970). Characteristic Functions) (second e. New York: Hafner Pub. Lukacs (1972). Stochastic Convergence.
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Developments in Characteristic Function Theory (A Charles Griffin Book). ISBN 9780195205770 (978-0-19-520577-0) Hardcover, Oxford University Press, 1987. Learn More at LibraryThing.
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zbMATHGoogle Scholar. Lukacs, Eugene, Developments in Characteristic Function Theory, Macmillan, New York, 1983. zbMATHGoogle Scholar. Widder, D. An Introduction to Transform Theory, Academic Press, New York, 1971. Cite this chapter as: Fristedt . Gray L. (1997) Characteristic Functions. In: A Modern Approach to Probability Theory. Probability and its Applications. Birkhäuser, Boston, MA. This volume studies characteristic functions-which play an essential role in probability and statistics- for their intrinsic, mathematical interest. Download (djvu, . 6 Mb) Donate Read.