Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability

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The Bernoulli Society is a professional association which aims to further the progress of probability and mathematical statistics, founded as part of the International Statistical Institute in 1975.[1] It is named after the Bernoulli family of mathematicians and scientists whose researchers covered "most areas of scientific knowledge".[2]

The society publishes two journals, Bernoulli and Stochastic Processes and their Applications, and a newsletter, Bernoulli News. Additionally, it co-sponsors several other journals including Electronic Communications in Probability, Electronic Journal of Probability, Electronic Journal of Statistics, Probability Surveys, and Statistics Surveys.[3]

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  1. ^ Upton, Graham; Cook, Ian (2008), A Dictionary of Statistics (2nd rev. ed.), ISBN 9780199541454 
  2. ^ Why the name? In History of the Bernoulli Society, retrieved 2014-06-23.
  3. ^ About the Bernoulli Society, retrieved 2014-06-23.

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