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    • 參考譯名《應用概率論年報》
    • 核心類別 SCI期刊(2019), 外文期刊,
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    • 主要研究方向數學-STATISTICS & PROBABILITY統計學與概率論



    ANNALS OF APPLIED PROBABILITY《應用概率論年報》(雙月刊)。The Annals of Applied Probability aims to publish research of the highest quality reflecting&nbs...[顯示全部]
















    Annals of Applied Probability Manuscript Submission

    Submission of Papers

    Submission of a manuscript implies (a) that the same work has not been published before; (b) that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere; and (c) that its publication has been approved by all co-authors.

    The IMS uses The Electronic Journal Management System (EJMS) for submission and handling of papers by the editorial board and reviewers for its journals. Hard copy submissions are acceptable only in the rare cases that computer facilities are not available to an author. Authors should access the EJMS at https://www.e-publications.org/ims/submission/. If you are a first time user you must complete the registration. You are only required to register once.

    After the registration is complete you will have the ability to submit your manuscript. After completing the form you will then upload your PDF file.

    Note: For instructions on the submission of revisions of papers, please see Contacts.

    Submission and arXiv History

    Authors are encouraged to post their work on the arXiv before submission. A long gap between arXiv and journal submission, or otherwise unusual arXiv history, inevitably leads to some editorial concern. In this case you have the possibility, at submission stage, to comment on the circumstances. In case of previous rejection at a similarly competitive journals, please consider very carefully if submission to AAP really makes sense.

    Submission of Reference Papers

    Unpublished or not easily available papers cited in the manuscript should be submitted with the manuscript. This information may be sent as supplementary files.

    Preparation of Manuscripts

    Please see detailed instructions on Preparation of Manuscripts.

    LaTeX files of accepted papers

    After a paper is accepted, you will be asked to provide Mattson Publishing Services with a LaTeX file of the final version of the paper, if one is available. Other forms of TeX are acceptable if LaTeX is not available. You will also be asked to supply source files for figures (.eps or .jpg are preferred) along with a PDF file.

    Galley Proofs

    The corresponding author will receive email regarding galley proofs. This email will also include instructions for returning corrections as well as links to forms required for publication.

    Annals of Applied Probability Preparation of Manuscripts


    Manuscripts should be written in LaTex using the imsart package (along with any other desired package) in conjunction with the Annals template. Together these files will set the proper margins and font. Instructions about using both these files, as well as additional tools, can be found at the IMS LaTex support page.

    You will need a PDF version of your paper to upload it to EJMS. If your manuscript is not written in LaTex and you need help converting it to PDF, please contact the Production Editor, Patrick Kelly.


    Journal space is extremely valuable. As indication (2016-2018), submissions had an average of 32 pages with a standard deviation of 13 pages (in the standard style for Annals of Applied Probability, cf. Manuscript Preparation Guideline).

    AAP does not have a strict limit on the length of individual papers, but mind that processing times for long papers can be frustratingly long (as it is difficult to find competent and willing reviewers for such papers, in addition to the extra time required by editors and reviewer). It is furthermore our editorial view that ultimate acceptance of a long paper basically requires a significant breakthrough that can be expected to reshape its field for the foreseeable future. This is not very common.

    For all these reasons, please consider very carefully the length of your submission. Whenever appropriate, consider optimizing your presentation. You may also place part of the work as supplementary material before you submit it, but this should only concern standard material and variations thereof that the experienced reader would typically skim over. This supplementary material should be attached to the submission. You will be asked to make it easily accessible if the paper is accepted and to quote explicitly the corresponding download link in the final AAP version of your work.


    The title should be descriptive and as concise as is feasible, i.e., it should indicate the topic of the paper as clearly as possible, but every word in it should be pertinent (e.g., avoid titles like “On an unsolved problem of…”.)

    Abbreviated Title

    An abbreviated title to be used as a running head is also required. This should normally not exceed 35 characters.

    Affiliations and Addresses

    Indicate the present institutional affiliation of each author as you would like it to appear. List the permanent mailing address, email address, and URL (if available) of each author after the references.


    Each manuscript is required to contain a summary, clearly separated from the rest of the paper, which will be printed immediately after the title. Its main purpose is to inform the reader quickly of the nature and results of the paper; it may also be used as an aid in retrieving information. The length of a summary will clearly depend on the length and difficulty of the paper, but in general it should not exceed 150 words. Formulas should be used as sparingly as possible within the summary. The summary should not make reference to results or formulas in the body of the paper-it should be self-contained.


    Footnotes should not be used except as described under Title Page Footnotes below. Such information should be included within the text.

    Title Page Footnotes

    The following items should be included as footnotes on the first page:

    MSC 2020 subject classifications. Primary-; secondary-.

    Key words and phrases.

    Acknowledgment of support.

    The list of classification numbers representing the primary and secondary subjects of the article can be found at http://www.ams.org/msc/ or in the Mathematical Reviews Annual Subject Index.  Typically, one primary and several secondary classifications are appropriate.  The key words and phrases should describe the subject matter of the article; usually they will be words and phrases that appear in the body of the paper. These words and phrases will be used in electronic and print indexing systems (e.g., Current Index to Statistics), so think of the words and phrases for which you would search if you were looking for a paper like this one.  The acknowledgement of support should reference all grants and contracts that provided support for the research.


    References in the body of the paper may use either the \citep{} command for a numbered bibliography, or \cite{} for a name/year bibliography.

    Abbreviations for journals should follow the standard of Mathematical Reviews and can be found at http://www.ams.org/msnhtml/serials.pdf or in the current index issue of Mathematical Reviews.

    Complete references can be obtained using the MR Lookup feature.

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