Statistical Theory and Applications in Science, Engineering and Economics
Thomas Mikosch, University of Copenhagen
Extremes publishes original research on all aspects of statistical extreme value theory and its applications in science, engineering, economics, and other fields. It also presents authoritative reviews and case studies of theoretical advances and of extreme value methods and problems in important applied areas.
Previously scattered across more general probability journals, statistical extremes research now has a home with this journal. As a result, Extremes advances and accelerates research and applications by providing a unified forum for the best papers in the field. Applied scientists find comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of theoretical developments and specialists find authoritative discussions of urgent applied problems. Finally authors find the best medium for the dissemination and use of their results.
Gilles Stupfler (June 2018)
‘The life of man, solitary, poore, nasty, brutish, and short’: Discussion of the paper by Rootzén and Zholud
A. C. Davison (June 2018)
- Journal Title
- Volume 1 / 1998 - Volume 21 / 2018
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- Springer US
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