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|ProbStat Forum is an
e-journal aiming at the rapid publication of quality research papers in
Probability, Statistics and Optimization.
Aims and Scope. Broadly, the journal will consider papers in theory, methodology and applications in the above three areas. Every effort will be made to complete the review process of a submitted paper in four months and publish the accepted ones within another month.
Call for Papers. Researchers in Probability, Statistics and Optimization are cordially invited to submit papers to ProbStat Forum. Manuscripts submitted to the journal are considered for publication with the understanding that the same work has not been published/ considered for publication elsewhere. The length of manuscripts can be: up-to 15 pages in the case of papers, and up-to 25 pages in the case of enlarged variants of talks given in a conference and published in short in the proceedings.
Manuscript Style. The manuscripts should be prepared in A4-size paper with one inch margins around, font size 12 point, doublespace line separation and contain the following in that order (i) Title (ii) Name (s) of author (s) and their address (es) and e-mail id, (iii) An Abstract of not more than 10 lines (iv) Key words (not more than 10) (v) AMS Subject Classification numbers (vi) various sections starting with introduction and finally (vii) references. Acknowledgements if any, should be given immediately before the references. In the text the references should be in the style ".... Feller (1971) ....". The list of references should be in alphabetical order and the style is: Feller, W (1971). An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications, 2nd Edition, Wiley, New York. A paper should be listed as Maejima, M., and Sato, K. (1999). Semi-self-similar processes. J. Theoret. Probab. , 12, 347–373. (Book title in italics, Abbreviated title of the journal in italics and volume number in bold face). The papers submitted must be written with LaTeX. The journal style file "PSF Style" is given after the list of Team of Editors in the next column.
Manuscript Submission. A soft copy of the manuscript in PDF format should be submitted via e-mail either to the Chief Editor or any one of the Editors/ Managing Editor. However, a copy should be simultaneously submitted to the Managing Editor.
Publication. Accepted papers will be posted in this site itself within one month and is freely accessible (Open Access) to the interested.
Manuscripts must be
prepared in LaTeX using the journal style file PSF
Last Updated on 14 May 2014.
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Volume 01, July 2008
01-2009, Victorbabu, B Re; Ashok, D and Narasimham, V L, Construction of second order slope rotatable designs, p. 1-7.
02-2009, Das, R N, Response Surface Methodology in Improving Mean Lifetime, p. 8-21.
03-2009, Chacko, V M and Manoharan, M, Ageing Properties of First Passage Time Distribution of a Multistate Reliability System, p. 22-30.
01-2010, Ravi, S and Praveena, A S, A Note on Tail Behaviour of Distributions in the Max Domain of Attraction of the Frechet/ Weibull Law under Power Normalization, p.1-10.
02-2010, Pancheva, E, Max-semistability: A Survey, p.11-24.
03-2010, Ghosh, D. K and Shilpa Chhag, Robustness of latin square design against loss of pairs of treatments, p.25-37.
Volume 03, April 2010
04-2010, Muralidharan, K, Inlier Prone Models: A Review, p.38-51.
05-2010, Lan, C H; Chang, C C and Kuo, M P , Service System under Service Pressure by System Dynamics Model, p.52-64.
06-2010, Radhakrishnan, R and Sivakumaran, P K, Construction and Selection of Six-Sigma Based Link Sampling Plans, p.65-77.
Volume 04, January 2011
Volume 04, April
Volume 04, October 2011
Volume 05, January 2012
Volume 06, July 2013
Volume 06, October 2013
Volume 07, January 2014