Click here to go to the
permanent website, at which papers may be submitted and
the first published articles may be viewed.
Probability Surveys is a peer-reviewed electronic journal
which publishes survey articles in theoretical and applied
probability. The style of articles may range from reviews
of recent research to graduate textbook exposition.
Articles may be broad or narrow in scope. The essential
requirements are a well specified topic and target audience,
together with clear exposition.
on number of papers submitted and promised are available.
Probability Surveys is the first component to be implemented
of a proposed Probability Digital Library, of which another
component is an online Probability Encyclopedia.
Here is a
four-page description of these broader
projects: [pdf] .
More background on the Math Survey project and many links to online
mathematical publishing can be found
here at mathsurvey.org.