Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics

The Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes papers related to statistics. It is published triannually by the Brazilian Statistical Association with the support of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. The journal was established in 1987.

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