Call for papers

We are pleased to announce special issues of Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods as well as Simulation and Computation (Taylor & Francis), and Discussiones Mathematicae - Probability and Statistics, devoted to LinStat'2012 and IWMS'2012. They will include selected papers strongly correlated to the talks of the conference, with emphasis on advances on linear models and inference.


All papers submitted to Communications in Statistics must meet the publication standards of Communications in Statistics
(see: http://www.math.mcmaster.ca/bala/comstat/) and will be subject to normal refereeing procedure.

More theoretical manuscripts should be sent to the Theory and Methods series while more computationally oriented manuscripts to the Simulation and Computation series. Please, remember that the purely linear algebraic papers but with no statistical relevance or applications will not be suitable for these two special issues since the journal Communications in Statistics does not publish non-statistical papers.

Coordinator-editor: N. Balakrishnan

Submissions deadline: 30th of November 2012


Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods

Special Issue – ADVANCES ON LINEAR MODELS AND INFERENCE

Guest editors:

Topics to be covered: Inference in Linear Models, Mixed Linear Models and Multivariate Linear Models, Designing of Experiments in Linear Models, Matrix Theory and Linear Models, High-dimensional Analysis and Linear Models, Applications of Linear Models, Linear Models from a Bayesian Point of View, Linear Models as Approximations of Non-Linear Models, Linear Models and Nonparametrics.

Papers should be submitted using the web site:
http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/lsta.
The contributors must choose "Special Issue – Advances on Linear Models and Inference" as the manuscript type.


Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation

Special Issue – ADVANCES ON LINEAR MODELS AND INFERENCE: COMPUTATIONAL ASPECTS

Guest editors:

Topics to be covered: Advances relating to Computational Aspects of the above mentioned topics: see Theory and Methods, Simulational Assessments, Graphical Methods, Resampling and other Computationally Intensive Methods, Recent Developments in Statistical Software.

Papers should be submitted using the web site:
http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/lsta.
If the author does not have account, he should create it. The contributors must choose "Special Issue – Advances on Linear Models and Inference: Computational Aspects" as the manuscript type.


Discussiones Mathematicae - Probability and Statistics

All papers submitted to Discussiones Mathematicae - Probability and Statistics must meet the publication standards of Discussiones Mathematicae (see: http://www.discuss.wmie.uz.zgora.pl/ps/) and will be subject to normal refereeing procedure.

Coordinator-editor: Roman Zmyślony

Submissions deadline: 31st of December 2012

Guest editors: