Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computing

May 10, 2017


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Change of Journal Name

New Name

ISSN # : 1598 - 5857
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Informatics(JAMI)
(From the January Issue, 2008)

Old Name

Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computing-Domestic Edition
(Vol. 1 - Vol. 25, No.1-2)
ISSN # : 1229 - 9502, 1598-5857

NOTE

JAMI is abstracted and/or indexed in Mathematical Reviews and Zentralblatt fur Mathematik.
JAMI is published as 6 issues per year and two issues are bound together. So, it is published three times per year(January, May and September).
Editorial Policy

The JAMI 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 applied and computational research. Primary emphasis is placed on high quality, original work that has neither appeared in, nor is under review by other journals. There are important criteria which are applied in determining whether or not a submitted paper is suitable for publication in the JAMI, beyond formal correctness and coherence. These are :
(1) The results in the paper should be genuinely applied or applicable or computational.
(2) The paper should make a serious contribution to the mathematical theory of Applied Mathematics and Informatics, or in some other sense carry a substantial level of applied and informatics innovation, or be likely to stimulate such innovation.
(3) Mathematical depth and difficulty will not be the sole criteria with respect to which submissions are evaluated. Fundamentally, we seek a broad spectrum of papers which enrich our profession intellectually, and which illustrate the role of computational thinking in the solution of applied problems.
(4) Most papers should contain an Introduction which presents a discussion of the context and importance of the issues they address and a clear, non-technical description of the main results. The Introduction should be accessible to a wide range of readers.

Aims and Scope

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 Informatics. Thus, the major areas, such as Numerical Analysis, Discrete Optimization, Linear and
Nonlinear Programming, Theory of Computation(Computational Complexity, Automata and Formal Languages), Control Theory, Theory of Algorithms,
Computational Logic, Applied Combinatorics (including graphs, codes, and designs), Coding Theory, Cryptographics, Fuzzy Theory with applications,
Differential Equations with applications, 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 the application to scientific problems,
including papers in the areas of Actuarial Science, Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Economics and Finance.

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