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Guidelines

The purpose of Saitama Mathematical Journal (SMJ) is to promote mathematical activity in research level, and we publish original research papers and critical survey articles of current interest in the field of Mathematics. All papers appeared in SMJ are refereed by experts.
Notice
We are planning to put all the papers published in SMJ on our website. We would like to request the authors, who do not want to make the paper(s) accessible on the website, to inform it to us when you submit your papers. We wish the authors understand the benefit of making the papers accessible on website.

Submission of Papers

Manuscripts should be prepared in English and must be in final form. Authors are requested to submit their original manuscript with two clear hard copies to the following address:

Saitama Mathematical Journal
Area of Mathematics,
Graduate School of Science and Engineering,
Saitama University,
Saitama, 338-8570, Japan.

We do not accept electric submission. We welcome manuscripts prepared in LaTeX2e (and AMS-LaTeX 2.0). When papers written in TeX are accepted, the authors will be requested to send an electronic copy of their paper with the final version of the manuscript to the Editors. Papers should include

  1. (a) a short abstract, Key words and phrases,
  2. (b)classification numbers at the foot of the first page according to the 2010 Mathematical Subject
    Classification (MSC2010), to be found in http://www.ams.org/mathscinet/msc/msc2010.html,
  3. (c)the author's address, including e-mail address.

Proofs

Proofs will be sent to the author (the first named author if no other author is specifically indicated in the case of multi-authored papers) and should be returned within 72 hours of receipt.

PDF file

Free PDF file (private use only)of each paper will be provided. Please contact us if you are requesting permission to reprint it in another book, audiocassette, Web site, or in any other format.