Bulletin of Pure and Applied Mathematics

November 27, 2016


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Anthony G. O'Farrell (editor, NUI Maynooth) Tom Carroll (UCC) James Cruickshank (NUI Galway) Ian Short (Open University, UK) Thomas Unger (UCD)

General Information

Editor:

The aim of the Bulletin is to inform Society members, and the mathematical community at large, about the activities of the Society and about items of general mathematical interest. It appears twice each year. The Bulletin is supplied free of charge to members; it is sent abroad by surface mail. Libraries may subscribe to the Bulletin for 30 euro per annum.

The Bulletin seeks articles written in an expository style and likely to be of interest to the members of the Society and the wider mathematical community. We encourage informative surveys, biographical and historical articles, short research articles, classroom notes, Irish thesis abstracts, book reviews and letters. All areas of mathematics will be considered, pure and applied, old and new. See here for information for authors.

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