"... precisely presents many classical results in an excellently written and easy-to-follow manner."
Alexander Tzanov, Computing Reviews
"The book admirably serves its purpose as an introduction to its branch of the theory of random walks, as well as an excellent reference for many of the key results of the theory. The book under review contains a wealth of carefully organized and clearly presented information, and will be a valuable addition the shelves of any random-walk enthusiast."
Andrew R. Wade, Mathematical Reviews
A random walk is one of the most studied topics in probability theory and has many important applications outside of mathematics. Ideal for graduate students, this text develops the theory from basic definitions through to current research problems. It is also suitable for mathematicians working in related fields.