1. Aims and Scopes
- a. Before Submission -- Instructions for Authors
- b. Style for Manuscript
- c. Submission of Manuscript
3. Publication Policy
- a. Offprints
- b. Copyright Transfer
- c. Publication
4. Subscription Information
1. AIMS AND SCOPES
This is a broad-based journal covering all branches of computational or applied mathematics, with special encouragement to researchers in theoretical computer science and mathematical computing. Thus, the major areas, such as Numerical Analysis, Discrete Optimization, Linear and Nonlinear Programming, Theory of Computation (including Computational Complexity, Automata and Formal Language), Control Theory, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Theory of Algorithms, Computational Logic, Applied Combinatorics (including Graphs, Codes, and Designs) etc. are all included. A large variety of scientific problems also necessarily involve Algebra, Analysis, Geometry, Probability and Statistics, and so on. The journal welcomes research papers in all branches of mathematics which have some bearing on application to scientific problems, including papers in the areas of Actuarial Science, Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Economics and Finance.
2-a. Before Submission -- Instructions for Authors
The journal is mainly devoted to original research articles. However, research-expository survey articles are sometimes solicited and accepted for publication. These are papers of the highest quality that present a clear and insightful exposition of significant aspects of contemporary mathematical research. Authors are encouraged to submit high quality, original work that has neither appeared in, nor is under review by other journals. High mathematical standards are aimed at. A reasonable amount of compactness is essential, readability of papers is considered important. The language of publication is English only. The journal maintains strict refereeing procedures through its editorial policies in order to publish papers of only high quality. Authors must have responsbility of the contents of their papers. Submission of a paper will be held to imply that it contains original unpublished work and is not being submitted for publication elsewhere.
2-b. Style for Manuscript
(1) Typeset, double-spaced in English; use one side of sheet only. The use of 12pt. fonts is recommended and all pages are to be numbered.
(2) The typing area shouldn’t exceed 13 cm x 19 cm.
(3) The first page should contain the title, the name of the author(s), an abstract not exceeding 100 words and the 1991 AMS Mathematics Subject Classification followed by key words and phrases.
(4) The last page should contain the list of references followed by the author’s affiliation with an e-mail address.
(5) References: The word REFERENCES should be capitalized and centered above the reference list. These should be numbered and listed alphabetically by author. These should be styled and punctuated to the following examples:
1. N. Abramson, Information Theory and Coding,
2. R. W. Hamming, Error detecting and error correcting codes, Bell System Tech. J., 29 (1950),
3. M. Siotani, Asymptotic expansions for the nonnull distributions of multivariate test statistics.
In: G. P. Patil, S. Kotz and J. K. Ord, Eds., A Course on Statistical Distributors in Scientific
Work I, Reidel,
4. R. Statman, Structural complexity of proofs, Ph.D. thesis, Stanford Univeristy, 1974.
(6) Sections should be numbered with boldface arabic numerals.
(7) Theorem, Proposition, Lemma and Definition should be in boldface. Only the first character of each word should be capitalized.
(8) All figures should fit the proportions of the printed page (13 cm x 19 cm) and be numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals in the order of appearance in the text.
Please note that the size of printed figures can not exceed 13 cm x 19 cm. Each figure must be printed or drawn clearly and neatly on a separate sheet and the author should submit it with his/her manuscript (final manuscript only).
2-c. Submission of Manuscript
Electronic submission: The manuscripts typed with AMSTeX or LaTeX versions may be submitted to either one of the following e-mail addresses:
3. PUBLICATION POLICY
Twenty-five reprints of each contribution are provided free of charge and mailed to the first author. Additional reprints may be purchased.
3-b. Copyright Transfer
Upon submission of an article, the author(s) agree that the copyright of the article will be automatically transferred to the publisher at the time when the article is accepted for publication. This transfer will ensure the widest possible dissemination of information. The copyright covers the exclusive rights to reproduce and distribute the article, including reprints, photographic reproductions, microform or any other reproduction of similar nature and translations.
The Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computing is published in one volume
consisting of three issues per year (January 30, May 30, September 30), with
distribution to librarians, researchers in applied mathematics, computer
science, and mathematicians with a strong interest in applications. This
journal is published by the Korean Society of Computational & Applied
Mathematics and the Korean SIGCOAM (Korea Information Processing Society) and
typeset with AMSTex, AMSLaTeX,
4. SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION
The annual subscription rates are:
All Other Countries: US $45.00 (Individuals); US $80.00 (Institutions)
Orders must be sent directly to the Editorial Office of JAMC. The payment must be made by bank check or international money order payable to KSCAM (the Korean Society of Computational and Applied Mathematics). All prices include shipping and handling charges worldwide.
For a Subscription Order and all Correspondence, contact:
The Editorial Office, JAMC
Department of Applied Mathematics,
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com