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Project Euclid News

Two Open Access Probability Journals Join Project Euclid We are excited to announce that both the Electronic Journal of Probability and Electronic Communications in Probability are now available in Project [ More.. ]


IMS books in Project Euclid bookstore

Did you know that Project Euclid sells selected volumes of IMS books? The following books (all softcover/paperback) are available to order from the Project Euclid bookstore, at IMS Lecture [ More.. ]


New editors for IMS journals

We are pleased to introduce the new editors for four of the IMS journals—Annals of Applied Statistics, Annals of Applied Probability, Annals of Statistics and Electronic Journal of Statistics— whose [ More.. ]


IMS Textbooks and Monographs

These two book series are published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of IMS. The volumes currently available are: IMS Textbooks Probability on Graphs. Geoffrey Grimmett Bayesian Filtering and Smoothing. [ More.. ]


Sankhya solicits contributions

Bimal K. Roy, Director of the Indian Statistical Institute, writes: Sankhya Series A plans to publish a special issue on Application of Concentration Inequalities and Empirical Processes to Modern Statistics [ More.. ]


New IMS Textbooks published

Two new books in the IMS Textbooks series have been published. They are: The Surprising Mathematics of Longest Increasing Subsequences by Dan Romik (IMS member price with 40% discount is [ More.. ]


Members News: December 2014

Featuring news about Trevor Hastie, David Anderson, Kathryn Chaloner; Raymond J. Carroll, Frank E. Harrell Jr., Arnab Maity, Christopher S. McMahan, Sastry G. Pantula, Madan L. Puri, and Joshua M. Tebbs


New Editors for IMS Journals

Several IMS core and co-sponsored journals have new editors, whose three-year terms start January 1, 2015. Maria Eulalia Vares will be the new editor of the Annals of Probability, taking [ More.. ]


StatProb to Join Encyclopedia of Mathematics

The StatProb project ( is aimed at producing a freely accessible web encyclopedia concerning all matters statistical and probabilistic. It started in 2010 and is sponsored by ten scientific societies [ More.. ]


New book discount for IMS members

A Basic Course in Measure and Probability: Theory for Applications by Ross Leadbetter, Stamatis Cambanis and Vladas Pipiras Order with your IMS 40% discount (use code IMSSERIES2 at checkout): [ More.. ]


Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics: Call for Papers

During the 17th edition of the Brazilian School of Probability (EBP), the organizers announced their wish to have a special volume of the Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics related [ More.. ]


Project Euclid launches new website

One of the key benefits of IMS membership is free electronic access to all IMS journals, via Project Euclid. David Ruddy, Director of Scholarly Communications Services at Cornell University Library, [ More.. ]


IMS Monographs and Textbooks: new volumes

The IMS Textbooks series, published with Cambridge University Press, give introductory accounts of topics of current concern suitable for advanced courses at master’s level, for doctoral students and for individual [ More.. ]


Two forthcoming titles in IMS Textbooks series

Cambridge University Press, in conjunction with the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, publishes IMS Textbooks. These are compact books that give introductory accounts of topics from statistics or probability of current [ More.. ]


Two new IMS publications released

IMS Collections 9: From Probability to Statistics and Back: High-Dimensional Models and Processes — A Festschrift in Honor of Jon A. Wellner Editors: M. Banerjee, F. Bunea, J. Huang, V. [ More.. ]



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