September 08, 2012


Attention conservation notice: As though I don't drone on about technical books too much as it is, pointers to five reviews averaging 2,000+ words each.

Some notes on books which grew too large for the end-of-the-month wrap-ups:

The review of Cox and Donnelly originally ran in American Scientist. The reviews of Moore and Mertens, and of Bühlmann and van de Geer, were things I started last year and only just finished.

Enigmas of Chance; Automata and Calculating Machines

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