
Patrick Billingsley
Professor Emeritus, Departments of Statistics, Mathematics, and the College
Publications
 The invariance principle for dependent random variables. Trans.
Amer. Math. Soc., 83 (1956), 25068. MR 19, p. 891.
 Asymptotic distributions of two goodness of fit criteria. Ann. Math.
Statist., 27 (1956), 112329. MR 18, p. 607.
 Hausdorff dimension in probability theory. Ill. J. Math., 4 (1960),
1987209, MR 24A, no. A1750.
 Hausdorff dimension in probability theory II. Ill. J. Math., 5 (1961),
291298. MR 24A, no. A1750.
 Statistical methods in Markov chains. Ann. Math. Statist., 32 (1961),
1240. MR 23A, no. A747.
 On the coding theorem for the noiseless channel. Ann.Math. Statist., 32 (1961),
594601. MR 23B, no. B2095.
 The LindebergLevy theorem for martingales. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., 12 (1961),
788792. MR 23A, no. A4165.
 Limit theorems for randomly selected partial sums. Ann. Math. Statist., 33 (1962),
8592. MR 25, no. 594.
 An application of Prohorov's theorem to probabilistic number theory. Ill.
J. Math., 8 (1964), 697704. MR 30, no. 1996.
 Asymptotic distribution for the coupon collector's problem. Ann.
Math. Statist, 36 (1965), 18351839. MR 31, no. 1996.
 Convergence of types in kspace. Zeitschrift für Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie
u. verw. Gebiete, 5 (1966), 175179. MR 3, no. 6665.
 Uniformity in weak convergence. Zeitschrift für Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie
u. verw. Gebiete, 7 (1967), 116. MR 35, no. 326.
(With F. Topsoe).
 Markov chains. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences.
New York: The Macmillan Company and the Free Press, 1968, Vol. 9, 581585.
 On the central limit theorem for the prime divisor function. Amer.
Math. Monthly, 76 (l969), 132139. MR 39, no. 3555.
 Maxima of partial sums. Proceedings of the International Symposium
on Probability and Information Theory, Macmaster University, April
4 and 5, 1968.
 Weak convergence of measures: Applications in probability, Regional
Conference Series in Mathematics. SIAM. Philadelphia (1971). MR 46,
no. 10031.
 On the distribution of large prime divisors. Periodica Mathematica
Hungarica, 2 (1972), 283289. MR 49, no. 243.
 Prime numbers and Brownian motion. Amer. Math. Monthly, 80 (1973),
1099115. MR 49, no. 9883. (Translated into Polish.)
 Number theory, probabilistic. Encyclopedia Britannica, 15th edition,
1974, vol. 13, 377380.
 A note on separable stochastic processes. Ann. Prob., 2 (1974),
476479.
 Conditional distributions and tightness. Ann. Prob., 2 (1974),
480485. MR 51, no. 4337.
 The probability theory of additive arithmetic functions. Ann. Prob., 2 (1974),
749791, MR 57, no. 5938.
 Hausdorff dimension of some continuedfraction sets. Zeitschrift
für Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie u. verw. Gebiete, 31 (1975),
163173. (With I. Henningsen.) MR 51, no. 5535.
 The singular function of bold play. American Scientist, 71 (1983),
392397.
 Hausdorff dimension: selfsimilarity and independent processes; crosssimilarity
and Markov processes. Statistics and Probability: A Raghu Raj Bahadur
Festschrift (1993), 97134.
 The origins of Skorokhod's topology. With Michael Wichura. To appear
in the Festschrift for A. V. Skorokhod.
Books
 Statistical Inference for Markov Processes. (Chicago: University of
Chicago Statistical Research Monographs, University of Chicago Press, Institute
of Mathematical Statistics, 1961). MR 23, no. A746.
 Ergodic Theory and Information. (New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1965).
MR 33, no. 254. (Translated into Russian and Japanese.)
 Convergence of Probability Measures. (New York: John Wiley and Sons,
1968). MR 38, no. 1718. (Translated into Russian.)
 The Elements of Statistical Inference. Sixth edition. (Boston: Allyn
and Bacon, 1986). (With David L. Huntsberger).
 Probability and Measure. Second edition. (New York: John Wiley and Sons,
1986). MR 80h:60001. (Translated into Polish.)
Lecture Series
 Special Invited Paper, "Statistical methods in Markov chains," August
23, 1960, to the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.
 Seven lectures on "Information Theory and Ergodic Theory," delivered
at the London Mathematical Society's Instructional Conference on Mathematical
Probability, Durham, March 28 to April 11, 1963.
 Lectures on topology and function theory in Madras, India, July 1966.
 Seven Lectures on "Weak Convergence of Probability Measures," delivered
at the Edinburgh Mathematical Society's quadrennial colloquium at St. Andrew's
University, July 10 to July 20, 1968.
 Ten lectures on "Topics in Weak Convergence," the subject
of a National Science Foundation Conference in the Mathematical Sciences
held at the University of Iowa, August 31 to September 4, 1970.
 Address on "Some Probability Results Connected with Diophantine
Approximation," delivered to the American Mathematical Society by
invitation of the Committee to Select Hour Speakers for Summer and Annual
Meetings. August 27, 1970.
 An advanced lecture course on weak convergence in Sweden, June 1972.
 The Cambridge University 1972 Rouse Ball Lecture,
"Prime Numbers and Brownian Motion", April 25, 1972.
 The 1973 Wald Lectures of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics: "The
Probability Theory of Additive Arithmetic Functions."
 Probability course, Cortona, Italy, 1989, 1995.
 Brownian motion course, Milan, Italy, 1990.
 Probability course, Perugia, Italy, 1991, 1992, 1993.
 Limit theory course, Rhemes Notre Dame, Italy 1994.

