Any process that generates a set of data is referred to as an experiment. If an experiment
(real or conceptual) is repeated under essentially identical conditions and the possible
outcomes are not unique but can be any of the prior described outcomes then such an
experiment is called a random experiment.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Probability Theory
Chapter 2: Random Variables and Mathematical Expectation
Chapter 3: Independence of Random Variables and Mathematical Expectation
Chapter 4: Generating Functions and Law of Large Numbers