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Thai Journal of Mathematics (TJM) is a peer-reviewed, open access international journal publishing original research works of high standard in all areas of pure and applied mathematics.
Publication Frequency
TJM publishes one volume per year. Usually a volume consists of three issues with about 200 pages each.
Appear : April, August and December. Occasionally special issues are also published. Papers are published as soon as they are accepted.

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Call for papers
A Special Issue of Thai Journal of Mathematics: Entropy in Econometrics
A Special Issue of Thai Journal of Mathematics is devoted to Entropy in Econometrics and related fields. Authors are invited to submit their theoretical and/or empirical research related to the use of the concept of entropy in econometrics and related areas. The schedule is as follows.
Submission deadline: August 31, 2017
For manuscript format, see http://thaijmath.in.cmu.ac.th
Submit your manuscripts, in pdf files, to hunguyen@nmsu.edu
Announcements of reviewing results: October 8, 2017
Final manuscript submission: October 30, 2017
Final versions of accepted papers should be send electronically, in both pdf and Latex files, to hunguyen@nmsu.edu
with the copyright transfer to the publisher.
The Special Issue will appear in December 2017
Guest Editor: Hung T. Nguyen (hunguyen@nmsu.edu)
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Call for papers
A Special Issue on AMM2018
A Special Issue of Thai Journal of Mathematics is Proceeding of the 23rd Annal Meeting in Mathematics (AMM2018), May 3-5, 2018 organized by Departments of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, KMUTT
The schedule is as follows.Submission deadline: August 31, 2018
For manuscript format and submission on http://thaijmath.in.cmu.ac.th choose Special Issue:  AMM2018
Announcements of reviewing results: October 8, 2018
Final manuscript submission: October 30, 2018
Final versions of accepted papers should be send electronically, in both pdf and Latex files, to poom.kumam@mail.kmutt.ac.thwith the copyright transfer to the publisher.

The Special Issue will appear in December 2018
Editors: Poom Kumam and Parin Chaipunya, KMUTT
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Special Issue (2017) on Entropy in Econometrics

Table of Contents

SI:Entropy in Econometrics

Editorial PDF
 
Probabilistic Graphical Models Follow Directly from Maximum Entropy PDF
  1-6
Entropy as a Measure of Average Loss of Privacy PDF
  7-15
How to Get Beyond Uniform When Applying MaxEnt to Interval Uncertainty PDF
  17-27
MaxEnt-Based Explanation of Why Financial Analysts Systematically Under-Predict Companies' Performance PDF
  29-34
Maximum Entropy as a Feasible Way to Describe Joint Distribution in Expert Systems PDF
  35-44
Maximum Entropy Approach to Interbank Lending: Towards a More Accurate Algorithm PDF
  45-51
Capital Asset Pricing Model Through Quantile Regression: An Entropy Approach PDF
  53-65
Modelling Thailand Tourism Demand: A Dual Generalized Maximum Entropy Estimator for Panel Data Regression Models PDF
  67-78
Coffee Stochastic Frontier Model with Maximum Entropy PDF
  79-90
Estimating Release Time and Predicting Bugs with Shannon Entropy Measure and Their Impact on Software Quality PDF
  91-105
Maximum Entropy Quantile Regression with Unknown Quantile PDF
  107-119
Technical Efficiency in Rice Production at Farm Level in Northern Thailand: A Stochastic Frontier with Maximum Entropy Approach PDF
  121-132
Generalized Information Theoretical Approach to Panel Regression Kink Model PDF
  133-145
Pension Choices of Senior Citizens in Thailand:A Multi-Label Classification with Generalized Maximum Entropy PDF
  147-157
Cost Efficiency of Top Thai Banks: A Comparison of Classical Stochastic Frontier with Efficiency Stochastic Frontier Models PDF
  159-173
The Sample Selection Model: Application on The Farmers' Decision of Rice Acreage PDF
  175-186
Factors Influencing Tourism Demand to Revisit Pha Ngan Island Using Generalized Maximum Entropy PDF
  187-196
Portfolio Optimization of Energy Commodity Futures Returns with Minimum Information Copula PDF
  197-213
Measurement and Comparison of Rice Production Efficiency in Thailand and India: An Efficient Frontier Approach PDF
  215-228
Child-Gender Preference Generalized Maximum Entropy Approach PDF
  229-242
An Empirical Examination of Maximum Entropy in Copula-Based Simultaneous Equations Model PDF
  243-256


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