About the Journal
Journal of the Kerala Statistical Association is the official peer-reviewed Journal of Kerala Statistical Association (KSA) founded in 1978. The Journal has been published since 1980 and is published annually. The Journal is intended to publish papers that make significant original contributions in both theory and methodological advances in Probability and Statistics. New applications of statistical and probabilistic methods will also be considered for publication. The Journal is open to critical debate in the objective, wide-ranging and free spirit of research. The international editorial board of the Journal is comprised of scientists with interests in applied, computational, methodological and theoretical aspects of Probability and Statistics.
The editorial history of the journal includes, Prof K Ramakrishna Pillai (St. Thomas College Pala), Prof R N Pillai (University of Kerala), Prof P Yageen Thomas (University of Kerala) and currently Prof K Jayakumar (University of Calicut) as Journal editors. The journal has already published 32 volume and cumulatively more than 100 research papers.
Aim of the Journal: The Journal’s emphasis is on publishing papers developing and analyzing new methods for any active field of statistics and probability theory with direct or potential real-life applications. The Journal seeks papers making significant contributions of interest to a broad group of readers than to a highly specialized group. Original contributions in the interface of statistics and other fields are also published.