Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics

The Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics is an official publication of the Brazilian Statistical Association and is supported by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS). Starting in 2012, it will be published four times a year, in February, May, August, and December. The Journal publishes papers in applied probability, applied statistics, computational statistics, mathematical statistics, probability theory and stochastic processes.

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Uniform weak convergence of the time-dependent poverty measures for continuous longitudinal dataGane Samb Lo and Serigne Touba SallVolume 24, Number 3 (2010)
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  • ISSN: 0103-0752 (print)
  • Publisher: Brazilian Statistical Association
  • Discipline(s): Statistics and Probability
  • Full text available in Euclid: 2009 --
  • Access: Articles older than 3 years are open
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