Electronic Communications in Probability
|Electronic Communications in Probability|
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Electron. Commun. Probab.|
The Electronic Communications in Probability (ECP) is a peer-reviewed electronic journal of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS) and the Bernoulli Society. ECP publishes short research articles in probability theory. ECP is free access for both authors and readers. The present web site of ECP uses the Open Journal Systems (OJS) free software developed by the non-profit organization Public Knowledge Project (PKP).
ECP has a sister journal, the Electronic Journal of Probability (EJP), publishing full-length papers. EJP and ECP share the same editorial board, but with different Editors in Chief.
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