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It is difficult to learn Stochastic Process by self-reading. Can you provide some video lectures on Stochastic Process?

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Have you tried searching Youtube? I see several videos there. Why don't they work? – Thomas Mar 22 '13 at 15:53
@Thomas, actually I need a measure theoretic approach. so I've posted here to get a fine one. I've viewed many of them – ROBINSON Mar 22 '13 at 15:55
Maybe you can be a bit more specific then about what you are looking for. – Thomas Mar 22 '13 at 15:55
@Thomas Who's the 'we' who aren't deaf? There very well might be deaf people reading this who appreciate his caps. – Quinn Culver Mar 22 '13 at 22:28
@QuinnCulver: I deleted my comment. The OP had used all caps in the title. This is by many people thought of as shouting. Even a person who might actually be deaf could/might consider this "shouting". – Thomas Mar 23 '13 at 13:23
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You can look to the Open Course Ware areas for such videos (but this is not an easy topic and generally requires a lot of work to understand).

These typically come with video lectures, notes, homework, solutions, exams ... and are free.

For example:

There are many other Open Course Ware programs internationally, but you can search those out.

I would also recommend going to your college library or searching MSE and your favorite book-site for book references and searching the web for introductory notes.

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A very quick down vote..... This is a good answer! (+1) – Thomas Mar 22 '13 at 15:57
And a very fast up vote. :-) – Babak S. Mar 22 '13 at 19:58
You are a great "reference-generating-resource"! – amWhy Apr 16 '13 at 1:04
Do you keep lists/bibliographies in "endnotes" or similar programs? – amWhy Apr 16 '13 at 1:07

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