Combinatorics, Probability and Computing is a peerreviewed scientific journal in mathematics published by Cambridge University Press. Its editorinchief is Béla Bollobás (DPMMS and University of Memphis).
Discipline  Combinatorics, probability, theoretical computer science 

Language  English 
Edited by  Béla Bollobás 
Publication details  
History  1992–present 
Publisher  
Frequency  Bimonthly 
Delayed, after 6 months  
1.032^{[1]} (2020)  
Standard abbreviations  
ISO 4  Comb. Probab. Comput. 
MathSciNet  Combin. Probab. Comput. 
Indexing  
CODEN  CPCOFG 
ISSN  09635483 (print) 14692163 (web) 
LCCN  92660061 
OCLC no.  26286529 
Links  

The journal was established by Bollobás in 1992.^{[2]} Fields Medalist Timothy Gowers calls it "a personal favourite" among combinatorics journals and writes that it "maintains a high standard".^{[3]}
The journal covers combinatorics, probability theory, and theoretical computer science. Currently, it publishes six issues annually. As with other journals from the same publisher, it follows a hybrid green/gold open access policy, in which authors may either place copies of their papers in an institutional repository after a sixmonth embargo period, or pay an open access charge to make their papers free to read on the journal's website.^{[4]}
The journal is abstracted and indexed in:
According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2014 impact factor of 0.623.^{[9]} Since 2007, it has been ranked by SCImago Journal Rank as a firstquartile journal in four areas: applied mathematics, computational theory, statistics and probability, and theoretical computer science.^{[10]}