Applicable Analysis and Discrete Mathematics (AADM)

ISSN 1452-8630 (printed), ISSN 2406-100X (online)

Applicable Analysis and Discrete Mathematics is academic nonprofit open access mathematical journal.

The journal appears in two issues per year (April and October), published by University of Belgrade - School of Electrical Engineering and Academic Mind, Belgrade. The online edition is freely available. The journal does not levy any charges on the authors.

This journal approves and supports the International Mathematical Union's Best Current Practices for Journals (2010).

European Mathematical Society Ethics Committee - Code of Practice (2012).

For authors: What kind of papers we publish?

Indexed, abstracted and reviewed in:

  • Web of Science,
  • Current Contents/Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences (CC/PC&ES),
  • Mathematical Reviews/MathSciNet,
  • Zentralblatt für Mathematik,
  • Referativny Zhurnal-VINITI.

Included in:

Features:

  • Aims and scope: AADM is a general mathematical journal. Not excluding other fields, it is concentrated around areas such as classical mathematical analysis, functional analysis, differential and difference equations, special functions, combinatorics and graph theory, mathematical applications in probability and statistics, numerical analysis and computer science. Submissions dealing with applications in other sciences or in real-world problems are welcome provided that they focus on mathematics rather than on application itself.
  • Peer refereeing: i) Each contribution will be reviewed by members of editorial board and peer-reviewed (not blind peer-reviewed) refereed by experts in the corresponding field.
  • Waiting time: As a rule, within six months from a submission, the corresponding author will be informed about the first decision regarding the paper (rejected, change required, accepted). If the paper needs a revision, the revised file is sent again to referees, and further waiting time till the final decision can vary, depending on a particular case. Shortly after the paper is accepted, it will be posted on the web site with a digital object identifier (DOI) assigned.
  • How to submit: Please see the title "for authors" for more details.

In memory of Ingram Olkin

Professor   Ingram Olkin, an eminent  mathematician and  statistician and a great  man, died on April 28,  2016. Ingram was a member of our Advisory Board, and before AADM he was a member of the Editorial Board of Publikacije Elektrotehničkog fakulteta, serija Matematika  (PEF) .  Ingram was our guest at the conference Topics in Mathematical Analysis and Graph Theory (MAGT)  in late summer of 2006, where this journal changed the name, and  he was in the core group of participants who suggested and promoted  the new name. We are proud that we had Ingram in our team, and we will keep nice memories of him  as being fresh, enthusiastic and interested in the new happenings, in spite of his age.

AADM Team

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