Springer Series in Statistics. New York etc.: Springer-Verlag. XIV, 215 p. DM 82.00 (1984).
This is a clearly written book on certain aspects of asymptotic stochastic process theory. Special emphasis is given to measure theoretic, combinatorial and path orientated problems in general empirical process theory as initiated by R. M. Dudley. Chapters are as following: Functionals on stochastic processes; Uniform convergence of empirical measures; Convergence in distribution in Euclidean spaces; Convergence in distribution in metric spaces; The uniform metric on spaces of cadlag functions; The Skorohod metric on D[0,; Central limit theorems; Martingales.
There is only few overlap with P. Billingsley’s treatise on weak convergence [Weak convergence of measures: Applications in probability. (1971; Zbl 0271.60009)]. Some of the topics which seem worthwhile further mentioning are: -fields generated by balls, weak convergence on non Borel -fields, coupling, chaining, covering numbers, clustering.