I'm looking for a complete probability reference text, covering the majority of standard probability and stochastic process topics that can be covered without the use of measure theory.
I've already had a basic course in probability and in stochastic processes, so I'm looking for more of a desk reference type of book.
The three that have been recommended to me are
- Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes by Papoulis
- Probability for Statistics and Machine Learning by DasGupta
- Probability By Feller
I'm not too interested in Feller, since it seems that vol 2 has a fair bit of measure theory and vol 1 is only discrete. Any other recommendations?