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Managing EditorRobert C. DalangInstitut de mathematiques,Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)Station 8, CH-1015 Lausanne,SwitzerlandE-mail: [email protected]
Associate EditorsChristian Berg, Copenhagen, DenmarkLiming Ge, Beijing, China, and Durham, NH, USARoss Geoghegan, Binghamton, NY, USAManuel Ojanguren, Lausanne, SwitzerlandKristian Seip, Trondheim, NorwayAlain Valette, Neuchatel, Switzerland
Editorial BoardSrishti D. Chatterji, Lausanne, SwitzerlandBas Edixhoven, Leiden, The NetherlandsJohn Friedlander, Toronto, Canada
Honorary MembersSergio Albeverio, Bonn, GermanyNicholas H. Bingham, London, UKPierre Cartier, Paris, FranceBent Fuglede, Copenhagen, DenmarkGarth Gaudry, Sydney, AustraliaRichard V. Kadison, Philadelphia, PA, USAFranz Oort, Utrecht, The NetherlandsPaulo Ribenboim, Kingston, CanadaVeeravalli S. Varadarajan, Los Angeles, USAEduard Zehnder, Zurich, Switzerland
Aims & Scope
Expositiones Mathematicae publishes articles in English(and exceptionally, in French or German) in all branchesof mathematics under the headings ‘‘Main Articles’’ and‘‘Mathematical Notes’’:
Main Articles: These may be (I) expository essays,(II) surveys, (III) original research articles thatare accessible to a broad audience, (IV) historical
studies, preferably concerning 19th and 20th centurymathematics.
Mathematical Notes: These are shorter articlescontaining interesting new proofs of known theorems,novel points of view, or new results that are accessibleto a broad audience.
Our aim is to publish papers of interest to awide mathematical audience. Our main interest is inexpository articles that make high-level research resultsmore widely accessible. In general, material submittedshould be at least at the graduate level.
Main articles must be written in such a way that agraduate-level research student interested in the topicof the paper can read them profitably. When the topic isquite specialized, or the main focus is a narrow researchresult, the paper is probably not appropriate for thisjournal. Most original research articles are not suitablefor this journal, unless they have particularly broadappeal.
Mathematical notes can be more focused than mainarticles. These should not simply be short researcharticles, but should address a mathematical questionwith reasonably broad appeal. Elementary solutionsof elementary problems are typically not appropriate.Neither are overly technical papers, which should bestbe submitted to a specialized research journal.
Clarity of exposition, accuracy of details and therelevance and interest of the subject matter will bethe decisive factors in our acceptance of an article forpublication.
Submitted papers are subject to a quick overviewbefore entering into a more detailed review process. Allpublished papers have been refereed.
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CompuMath Citation Index; MathSciNet; ISI AlertingService; Science Citation Index Expanded; Scopus;Zentralblatt MATH