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Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics
Peer Review Process
Articles submitted to the journal should satisfy the following criteria: suitability for the journal scope and standards, originality, novelty and clarity of exposition, readability, appropriate use of language and appropriate structure of the paper. Manuscripts should be prepared in the journal format.
Manuscripts are accepted for review with the understanding that the same work has not been and will not be and is not being currently submitted elsewhere. Submission for publication must have been approved by all of the authors. Editorial Board will take actions stated in COPE flowcharts
if any malpractice is suspected.
Articles submitted to the journal are sent out to peer reviewers, although submissions that are out of scope for the journal or are of an unacceptably low standard may be rejected without review. Manuscripts will generally be reviewed by two experts in the field with the aim of reaching a first decision as soon as possible. All publication decisions are made by the journals’ Editors-in-Chief on the basis of the reviews provided.
The review process begins when the editor receives manuscripts and screens them to see if they meet the journal standards and scope and have any potential as an article to be published in the journal. Manuscripts that are obviously inappropriate for the journal are rejected at that point. Manuscripts that are not prepared in journal style are returned to the authors. If a manuscript has some potential and is reasonably close to the proper format, it is sent out for review to persons with specialized expertise matched to the manuscript's subject matter. All manuscripts undergo single blind peer review process.