Aims and scope
Order presents the most original and innovative research on ordered structures and the use of order-theoretic methods in graph theory and combinatorics, lattice theory and algebra, set theory and relational structures, and the theory of computing. In each of these categories, we seek submissions that make significant use of orderings to study mathematical structures and processes. The interplay of order and combinatorics is of particular interest, as are the application of order-theoretic tools to algorithms in discrete mathematics and computing. Articles on both finite and infinite order theory are welcome.
The scope of Order is further defined by the collective interests and expertise of the editorial board, which are described on these pages. Submitting authors are asked to identify a board member, or members, whose interests best match the topic of their work, as this helps to ensure an efficient and authoritative review.