Submission Guidelines ADJM
DESCRIPTION OF ADJM - The African Diaspora Journal of Mathematics (ADJM) is dedicated to the publication of carefully refereed (at least two referees are assigned to each submitted paper to ADJM) papers from all areas of mathematics. A paper submitted to the ADJM must be original, nontrivial, and well-written. Badly written papers will be automatically dismissed at the discretion of the Editor. The normal language used by the journal is English. However, ADJM accepts papers written in French with a summary in English.
MANUSCRIPT - Each manuscript should include the title of the paper; author name; a short abstract not exceeding 200 words; the AMS subject classification; keywords; and author’s mailing and email addresses. The submission of a manuscript will be understood to mean that the paper is not being considered for publication elsewhere. Incoming papers are acknowledged immediately. It is mandatory that accepted papers be adapted to the template of Afr Diaspora J. Math., which can be obtained upon request.
AUTHOR-COPY - The authors of accepted papers will automatically receive a PDF copy of their published paper, free of charge. Additional copies of published papers can be obtained through our partner EUCLID PROJECT (Cornell University Library and Duke University Press).
COPYRIGHT - By submitting their manuscript to The African Diaspora Journal of Mathematics, the authors automatically grant the copyright of their work to this journal, once it has been accepted.