Submission to the Annals of Functional Analysis (AFA)
BJMA and AFA are no longer open access. They will be jointly published by Tusi Math. Reseach Group and Duke Univ. Press from 2015. By submitting a manuscript, the author(s) agree that the copyright for the article is transferred to the (co)publishers, if and when, the paper is accepted for publication.
(AFA publishes only short papers (with less than or equal to 14 pages). Long papers should be submitted to BJMA)
I (for example: John Stwart) as the corresponding author with
Tel (preferably mobile): (for example: +98-9151140894),
attached a manuscript in the PDF format entitled
for possible publication in AFA.
(you and your coauthors)
(By clicking on "Add", please continue in the same format as above for the other
authors, if any.)
Please suggest an appropriate member of the editorial board (NOT of the
advisory board or the editor-in-chief):
If you cannot find an appropriate Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC2010) in the list below, it means that your paper is not in the scope of the AFA, so please submit your paper elsewhere.
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Following is a list (names, countries
and e-mails) of 4 potential referees, who are good experts in
the area of research. I
certify that these potential referees
NOT advisory editors, editor-in-chief or editors of AFA and BJMA,
NOT family members of one of authors;
3 of 4 suggested referees are from American countries,
Japan or Europe.
Full Names, Countries, emails of
referees: (The paper may be rejected if suggested reviewers would not be qualified as requested.)
Files of article
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Source LaTeX file of the manuscript
(only in the style of AFA):
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(i) all authors of this manuscript have agreed to its submission to AFA if there is more than one author;
(ii) you and any other coauthor(s) are responsible for its content and its originality;
(iii) NOT some
portions of the results/data/figures in the manuscript have been
published or are under consideration for publication elsewhere?
Note. The total number of self-citations should be at most 0.25 of the total number of all references. The total number of all references should be at most 1.5 times the number of pages of the paper, unless the author really uses them out of introduction, literature review and preliminaries.
Do you confirm that you prepared your paper in the style of journal and the number of its pages is less than or equal to 14 (long papers should be submitted to the Banach J. Math. Anal.)?