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Analysis Mathematica

Analysis Mathematica

Editor-in-Chief: Szilárd G. Révész
Managing Editor: Zoltán Németh

ISSN: 0133-3852 (print version)
ISSN: 1588-273X (electronic version)

Journal no. 10476

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  • Dedicated to problems of mathematical analysis
  • Publishes research papers containing new, essential results with complete proofs as well as invited survey papers

Analysis Mathematica publishes high quality research papers and invited survey articles in English.

All submitted papers are subject to individual refereeing by renowned experts. While the journal applies the highest standards of impartial peer refereeing, editorial decisions also take into consideration the depth and interest of the presented work. With all considerations, currently only about 15% of submitted papers are accepted.

Analysis Mathematica considers papers from all fields of classical analysis and from several fields of modern analysis, such as functional, convex and harmonic analysis, operator theory and potential theory, differentiation and integration theory, function theory in one and several variables and on infinite dimensional spaces, topological groups and semigroups, topological and metric spaces.

Each year one volume is published both in print and also electronically in four issues.

About the history, tradition and present of the journal

Founded in 1974 by Béla Szőkefalvi-Nagy on behalf of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Sergey Mikhailovich Nikolskii on behalf of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, Analysis Mathematica has been publishing one volume per year since 1975 in print, and since 2000 also electronically. Besides current ones, back issues are also available online, starting with Volume 1 of 1975. The journal was registered in Hungary by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and from its outset it has been published by Akadémiai Kiadó (founded by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1828), serving as a publication forum for double peer-reviewed, quality research articles in mathematical analysis, in the first place in classical analysis. The journal’s co-publishing partner was Elsevier Science, later Kluwer Academic Publishers, and since 2004 Springer Business+Media.

With the passing away of S. M. Nikolskii and the retirement of the Hungarian Editor-in-Chief, F. Móricz, parallel with the retirement of many of the long-serving editors, the time of renewal arrived. The Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the publisher agreed that the journal should be maintained by a professional publisher, therefore the ownership rights were vested in the publisher. Akadémiai Kiadó is fully dedicated to maintaining this professional journal and to drawing from the valuable tradition of international cooperation at the editorial level. The new Editorial Board was formed with the intention of covering a broad spectrum of mathematical analysis, aiming at a wider coverage of analysis also in the columns of the journal.

The journal appears both in print and online, and there are no publishing charges. Offprints may be ordered from the publisher. Analysis Mathematica is available in many libraries and institutions of mathematical research as well as online via SpringerLink.

Related subjects » Analysis

Impact Factor: 0.702 (2018) * 

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  • Aims and Scope

    Aims and Scope


    Traditionally the emphasis of Analysis Mathematica is classical analysis, including real functions (MSC 2010: 26xx), measure and integration (28xx), functions of a complex variable (30xx), special functions (33xx), sequences, series, summability (40xx), approximations and expansions (41xx).

    The scope also includes potential theory (31xx), several complex variables and analytic spaces (32xx),  harmonic analysis on Euclidean spaces (42xx), abstract harmonic analysis (43xx).

    The journal willingly considers papers in difference and functional equations (39xx), functional analysis (46xx), operator theory (47xx), analysis on topological groups and metric spaces, matrix analysis, discrete versions of topics in analysis, convex and geometric analysis and the interplay between geometry and analysis.

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