This is different from other books on measure theory in that it accepts probability theory as an essential part of measure theory. This means that many examples are taken from probability; that probabilistic concepts such as independence, Markov processes, and conditional expectations are integrated into the text rather than relegated to an appendi.

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This is different from other books on measure theory in that it accepts probability theory as an essential part of measure theory. This means that many examples are taken from probability; that probabilistic concepts such as independence, Markov processes, and conditional expectations are integrated into the text rather than relegated to an appendi.