The Marston Conder Issue of ADAM
Published by the Slovenian Discrete and Applied Mathematics Society and the University of Primorska, FAMNIT.
Annual Volume consists of 2 regular issues and possibly of any number of special issues undergoing the same peer-reviewing process.
Electronic edition ISSN 2590-9770
- zbMATH (formerly Zentralblatt MATH)
- dblp computer science bibliography (indexed cover-to-cover)
PEER-REVIEW POLICY FOR ART OF DISCRETE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS
The journal 'Art of Discrete and Applied Mathematics' is a "diamond open access” electronic journal, with no cost to authors and readers. The journal adheres to the EMS Code of Practice.
In particular, the Editors-in-Chief have full oversight of the content of the journal, including special issues that are edited by guest editors, editorials, announcements, etc.
Each contribution is first assessed by the Editors-in-Chief, or by an expert assessor assigned by the Editors-in-Chief.
The Editors-in-Chief may decline a contribution if
- its contents have little or no scientific value, or
- the contribution does not lie within the scope of the journal, or
- it would increase the journal's backlog by an unreasonable time.
In some cases (with regard to the scope or the backlog), the Editors-in-Chief may recommend submission to a sibling journal: either 'Ars Mathematica Contemporanea' or 'Discrete Mathematical Chemistry'.
The Editors-in-Chief attempt to make each article available online as soon it is accepted for publication, but reserve the right to determine the order of published articles (either within an issue, or between issues), in a way that best reflects the journal's editorial policy and maintains the diversity of topics covered by the journal.
Each contribution that enters the evaluation process is subject to full peer review by one or more reviewers. The evaluation process is supervised by a member of the Editorial Board whose research experience is closest to the topic of the contribution. Every precaution is taken to avoid conflicts of interest.
The Editors-in-Chief maintain oversight throughout the editorial process, including the acceptance/rejection of a paper. Also, the Editors-in-Chief reserve the right to decline a submission or even retract an accepted or published submission if scientific or ethical misconduct is discovered.
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