European Mathematical Journal
European Mathematical Journal is devoted to research articles of the highest quality in all areas of pure and applied mathematics. The journal publishes papers in applied mathematics, mathematical physics, and mathematical analysis. The topics include partial differential equations, computer science, and applied mathematics. EMJ is devoted to mathematical contributions to the sciences; both theoretical and applied papers, of original or expository type, are included.
Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020)
European Mathematical Journal is devoted to research articles of the highest quality in all areas of pure and applied mathematics.
The papers in the European Mathematical Journal present overviews of recent advances and provide state-of-the-art techniques and analysis. Covering the breadth of numerical analysis, articles are written in a style accessible to researchers at all levels and can serve as advanced teaching aids. Broad subject areas for inclusion are computational methods in linear algebra, optimization, ordinary and partial differential equations, approximation theory, stochastic analysis, and nonlinear dynamical systems, as well as the application of computational techniques in science and engineering and the mathematical theory underlying numerical methods.
European Mathematical Journal publishes original articles dealing with every aspect of pure and applied mathematics. This involves theoretical and computational issues as well as application studies. Included, along with the standard topics of linear, nonlinear, integer, conic, stochastic and combinatorial optimization, are techniques for formulating and applying mathematical programming models, convex, nonsmooth and variational analysis, the theory of polyhedra, variational inequalities, and control and game theory viewed from the perspective of mathematical programming. The editorial boards are particularly interested in novel applications of mathematical programming and interfaces with engineering, economics, and computer science.
Articles primarily concerned with computational issues such as implementation and testing should, in general, be submitted to European Mathematical Journal.