$1.1 Meaning of Probability

$1.2 Definition of Probability

$1.3 Events and Probability

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$2.1 Random Variables

$2.2 Representing Probability Distributions

$2.3 Notion of Expected Value

$2.4 Notion of Variance and its Role

$2.5 Shapes of Distributions

$2.6 Probability of 'less than or equal to'

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$3.1 4 Basic Probability Distributions

$3.2 Binomial Distribution

$3.3 Poisson Distribution

$3.4 Exponential Distribution

$3.5 Normal Distribution

$3.6 The Origin of the Central Limit Theorem

$3.7 Use of Moments Generating Function

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$4.1 Set of Random Variables

$4.2 Joint Probability Distribution

$4.3 Marginal Probability Distribution

$4.4 Covariance and Correlation Coefficient

$4.5 Application to Portfolio Selection

$4.6 Illustration of Joint Probability Distribution

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$5.1 Sums of Independent Random Variables

$5.2 Distribution of Sums

$5.3 Conditioning the Means

$5.4 Operating the Conditional Means

$5.5 Deriving the Bivariate Normal Distribution

$5.6 Example of Application to Stochastic Process

$5.7 Uncorrelatedness and Independence

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$6.1 Simple Random Walk

$6.2 General Random Walk

$6.3 Notion of Martingale

$6.4 Probability of Return to the Origin

$6.5 Probability of Ruins

$6.6 Probability of 'leads'

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$7.1 Algebra of Events

$7.2 Definition of Probability by Axioms

$7.3 Expression of 'eventually' and 'forever'

$7.4 Sets in completely addictive family

$7.5 Complete list of information

$7.6 The Law of Large Numbers(I)

$7.7 The Central Limit Theorem

$7.8 The Law of Large Numbers(II)

$7.9 Review of convergences

$7.10 Strong Convergence and Weak Convergence

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$8.1 Case of Continuous Time

$8.2 Definition of Brownian Motion

$8.3 Continuity of Paths

$8.4 Infinite Length and Finite Quadratic Variation of Paths

$8.5 Past Values

$8.6 Non-predictability for Perfect-Information Investors

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$9.1 Defining the Brownian Motion

$9.2 Review of Differentiation and Integration

$9.3 Stochastic Integrals

$9.4 Ito Integrals

$9.5 Introducing Ito Process

$9.6 Ito's Formula

$9.7 Multidimensional Case

$9.8 Application and Extension

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$10.1 Shifting the Distributions

$10.2 Measure Change and Non-arbitrage

$10.3 Girsanov's Theorem I

$10.4 Girsanov's Theorem II

$10.5 Security Markets

$10.6 Deflators

$10.7 Portfolio, Self-financing and Non-arbitrage

$10.8 Use of Girsanov's Theorem: Condition for Non-arbitrage

$10.9 Illustrative Examples

$10.10 Applications: Claims and Risk-hedge

$10.11 Complete Markets

$10.12 Conditions for Completeness

$10.13 Pricing the Claims

$10.14 The Black-Scholes's Formula

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