The Statistics and Probability African Society

The SPAS is devoted to promoting and sustaining the development of probability theory and statistics within Africa and in the world and to promoting their use as possible ways to Africa's rebirth. The Society publishes the Journal Afrika Statistika (JAS), covering mathematical statistics research, and the African Journal of Applied Statistics (AJAS), which publishes statistical applied works, preferably using African data.

Publications

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The relaxed stochastic maximum principle in optimal control of diffusions with controlled jumps Hanane Ben Gherbal and Brahim Mezerdi Afrika Statistika, Volume 12, Number 2 (2017)
Comparison of the maximum likelihood and bayes estimators for symmetric bivariate exponential distribution under different loss functions Assia Chadli, Hamida Talhi, and Hocine Fellag Afrika Statistika, Volume 8, Number 1 (2013)
Editorial to the fourth issue of Afrika Statistika devoted to probability laws, to their statistical properties and to their characterizations each year Gane Samb Lo Afrika Statistika, Volume 13, Number 4 (2018)
Temperature stochastic modeling and weather derivatives pricing: empirical study with Moroccan data Mohammed Mraoua and Driss Bari Afrika Statistika, Volume 2, Number 1 (2007)
A Modified Procedure for Estimating the Population Mean in Two-occasion Successive Samplings Housila Prasad Singh and Surya Kant Pal Afrika Statistika, Volume 12, Number 3 (2017)