AAM: Guide for Authors

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AAM Guide for Authors


Application and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM) invites contributors from throughout the world to submit their original not published and not under review manuscripts for review and possible publication in AAM. Different revisions of previously published papers should not be submitted and will not be accepted for review unless there is enough novelty worthy of review.


By submitting a manuscript, the submitting authors warrant the originality of the work that has not been published before, and is not currently under review for publication elsewhere. The authors also warrant that the manuscript contains no libelous or unlawful statements and that in no way infringes the right of others. Contents of this paragraph must be stated by the submitter in his/her e-mail requesting review of manuscripts.

Upon acceptance by AAM, the authors as beneficial owners hereby assign to AAM the copyright in the manuscript submitted to and accepted by AAM for the full legal term of copyright. This assignment includes the right to publish online by AAM. The Editor-in-Chief of AAM is empowered to make editorial changes as may be necessary to make the manuscript suitable for publication in AAM Journal.

In case of a joint work, the author submitting the manuscript to AAM warrants that all co-authors are in agreement of all policies and regulations of AAM.

Submissions must be prepared in proper and correct English as Microsoft Word computer files (if submitted as PDF file and accepted, finial version must be submitted as either MS Word format or plain TeX, LaTeX, or AMS-TeX format).  Manuscripts should be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief via e-mail as attached file(s), including all figure files and necessary TeX or LaTeX macro files if the original manuscripts are in TeX or LaTeX. In case when electronic submission is not possible, the authors should send their manuscripts on a CD or a USB jump drive.  Paper submission is not accepted.

Submitting authors should, along with their manuscripts, send a list of names, academic affiliations, physical addresses and current e-mail addresses of at least 5 international potential reviewers, 2 of whom must be from the AAM Editorial Board. Incorrect e-mail addresses and/or non-current ones and non-relevant names  may elongate the review duration time.

The receipt of a manuscript will be acknowledged by the Editor-in-Chief or his designee. An author may withdraw his/her manuscript within 30 days from the date of acknowledgement of receipt of the manuscript. Once a manuscript is accepted, it will become a property of the AAM.

Submitting of a manuscript for review should be typed single-spaced from left to right with 1 inch (2.5 centimeter) margins.  Authors must choose at least two possible 2010 Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC) from http://www.ams.org/mathscinet/msc/pdfs/classifications2010.pdf for their manuscripts and place them under Keywords after the “Abstract” within the text. The manuscripts should be concise and not to exceed 25 single-spaced pages including all graphs, tables, and appendices. The word “Figure” should be spelled, “Fig.” is not acceptable.

After a brief title (not all capital letters), the manuscript should be headed by the name(s) of the author(s) and his/her/their affiliation(s), address(es) and e-mail(s), followed by an abstract. The abstract should not exceed 200 words and should not contain any formula or references. The abstract should be followed by Keywords, not to exceed 10 words, then two AMS 2010 Classification numbers (MSC).  Acknowledgment (recommended) should be placed before the list of references. Biographical note for each author, not to exceed 150 words, if desired by author(s), will be the last item(s) of the manuscript.

Manuscripts should be self-consistent. All special symbols and units should be properly defined. Computer programs should be given by an original printout. Final version of the accepted manuscripts must be single-spaced camera-ready MS Word formatted.

References in the text must be presented with the name of the first author and the year, or the year and the page. For instance, Haghighi and Mishev (2011), Haghighi et al. (2009), Durham et al. (1995, p. 160), or Montazer-Haghighi (1976). Bibliography at the end of manuscripts should be arranged according to one of the following examples:

For books:

Haghighi, Aliakbar Montazer Jian-ao Lian and Mishev, M. P. (2011). Advanced Mathematics for Engineers with Applications in Stochastic Processes, (Revised Edition)Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York, N.Y.

Haghighi, Aliakbar Montazer and Mishev, M. P. (2008). Queueing  Models in Industry and Business, Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York, N.Y.

Montazer-Haghighi, A. (1976). Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable (third edition), Institute of Statistics and Informatics, Tehran, Iran.

For book series:

Bainov, D. D. and Mishev, D. P. (1995). Oscillation theory of operator-differential equations. Series of Soviet and East European Mathematics, Vol.10, World Scientific Publishing.

For journal papers:

Haghighi, Aliakbar Montazer, Chukova, Stefanka, and Mishev, Dimitar P. (2011). Single-Server Poisson queueing system with delayed-feedback: Part 1,International Journal Mathematics in Operational Research, Vol. 3, No. 1.

Haghighi, Aliakbar Montazer, and Shayib, Mohammed A. (2010). Reliability computation using logistic and Extreme-Value Distributions. International Journal of Statistics and Economics, Vol. 4, No. S10, Spring.

For papers in collected papers:

Durham, Stephen D., Nancy Flournoy, Ali A. Montazer-Haghighi (1995). Up-and-Down Designs II: Exact Treatment Moment,. In Adaptive Designs: Institute of Mathematical Statistics Lecture Notes – Monograph Series (Nancy Flournoy and William F. Rosenberger, Editors), Volume 25, pp. 158-178, Institute of Mathematical Statistics.

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