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From 01 March 2023, Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences moved to a Gold Open Access publishing model. All accepted articles from this date will be published with a Gold Open Access CC-BY licence (see the journal's Open Access Options page for available licence options), and will be subject to an Article Processing Charge (APC). Many corresponding authors will have their APC covered by a transformative agreement; check here to see if your institution is covered. Any author without funding or not covered by a transformative agreement can apply for a waiver.  

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  • ISSN: 0269-9648 (Print), 1469-8951 (Online)
  • Editor: Sheldon M. Ross University of Southern California, USA
  • Editorial board
The primary focus of the journal is on stochastic modelling in the physical and engineering sciences, with particular emphasis on queueing theory, reliability theory, inventory theory, simulation, mathematical finance and probabilistic networks and graphs. Papers on analytic properties and related disciplines are also considered, as well as more general papers on applied and computational probability, if appropriate. Readers include academics working in statistics, operations research, computer science, engineering, management science and physical sciences as well as industrial practitioners engaged in telecommunications, computer science, financial engineering, operations research and management science.

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