The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications has launched a new journal, Information and Inference: a Journal of the IMA. This aims to
publish high quality mathematically-oriented articles, furthering the understanding of the theory, methods of analysis, and algorithms for information and data.
Articles should be written in a way accessible to researchers in the associated topics in pure and applied mathematics, statistics, computer sciences, and electrical engineering. Articles are published in, but not limited to: information theory, statistical inference, network analysis, numerical analysis, learning theory, applied and computational harmonic analysis, probability, combinatorics, signal processing, and high-dimensional geometry.
According to the website, “all content will be free to access for the first two years of publication of the journal”. You can sign up for free email table of contents alerts.
The first paper, ‘The masked sample covariance estimator: an analysis using matrix concentration inequalities‘, has been made available for advanced online access.
More information: Oxford Journals: Information and Inference: a Journal of the IMA.