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Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics

Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics

Executive Editor: Tomoyuki Higuchi

ISSN: 0020-3157 (print version)
ISSN: 1572-9052 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10463

  • Focuses on findings that have the potential to significantly improve the practice of statistics
  • Advances the field of statistics, enabling people to better cope with uncertainties
  • Features high quality papers across the broad spectrum of statistics
  • Welcomes contributions from professional statisticians and authors in related fields

Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics (AISM) provides an international forum for communication among statisticians and research workers. The journal seeks to advance the field of statistics, enabling people to better manage and cope with uncertainties. It focuses on findings that have the potential to significantly enhance the practice of statistics.

AISM features high quality papers across the broad spectrum of statistics. In particular, the journal emphasizes papers that (a) establish new application areas, (b) present new procedures and algorithms, (c) develop unifying theories, (d) analyze and improve existing procedures and theories, and (e) communicate empirical findings supported by real data.

In addition to papers by professional statisticians, the journal welcomes contributions from authors in related fields.

Officially cited as: Ann Inst Stat Math

Related subjects » Business, Economics & Finance - Statistics

Impact Factor: 0.661 (2013) * 

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    Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics (AISM) aims to provide an international forum for open communication among statisticians and research workers who have the common purpose of advancing human knowledge through the development of the science and technology of statistics.

    AISM will publish broadest possible coverage of statistical papers of the highest quality. Emphasis will be placed on the publication of papers relating to (a) establishment of new areas of application, (b) development of new procedures and algorithms, (c) development of unifying theories, (d) analysis and improvement of existing procedures and theories, and (e) communication of empirical findings supported by real data.

    The objective of AISM is to contribute to the advancement of statistics as a science for human handling of information to cope with uncertainties. Special emphasis will thus be placed on the publication of papers that will eventually lead to significant improvements in the practive of statistics. In addition to papers by professional statisticians, contributions from authors in various fields of application will be welcomed.

    Officially cited as: Ann Inst Stat Math
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