Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - S
Guide for authors
Series S of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems is devoted to a specific area of the mathematical, physical and engineering sciences. This area will define a research frontier that is advancing rapidly, often bridging mathematics and sciences. DCDS-S is essential reading for mathematicians, physicists, engineers and other physical scientists. All contributions must be original research papers of very high quality.
Submissions to DCDS-S are by invitation only.
Review Procedures All papers will undergo a thorough peer review unless the subject matter of the paper does not fit the Journal; in this case, it will be returned promptly to the author. Every effort will be made to secure a quick decision, and a rapid publication if accepted, of a paper.
Submission of a manuscript is a representation that the work has not been previously published, has not been copyrighted, is not being submitted for publication elsewhere, and that its submission has been approved by all of the authors and by the institution where the work was carried out; furthermore, that any person cited as a source of personal communications has approved such citation, and that the authors have agreed that the copyright in the article shall be assigned exclusively to the Publisher upon acceptance of the article.
Manuscripts should meet common standards of usage andgrammar. Number each page. Page 1 should contain the title, authorsnames and complete affiliations. Place any footnotes to the title atthe bottom of Page 1. Each paper requires an abstract not exceeding200 words summarizing the techniques, methods and main conclusions.AMS subject classifications must accompany all articles, placed atthe bottom of Page 1. E-mail addresses of all authors' should beplaced at the end of the paper. Each paper requires a running head(abbreviated form of the title) of no more than 40 characters.
Equations should be centered with the number placed in parentheses at the right margin.
Figures must be drafted in high resolution and high contrast on separate pieces of white paper, in a form suitable for photographic reproduction and reduction.
References should be listed alphabetically, typed and punctuated according to the following examples:
1. S. N. Chow and J. K. Hale, "Methods of Bifurcation Theory," Springer-Verlag, New York, 1982.
2. J. Serrin, Gradient estimates for solutions of nonlinear elliptic and parabolic equations, in "Contributions to Nonlinear Functional Analysis" (ed. E.H. Zarantonello), Academic Press (1971).
3. S. Smale, Stable manifolds for differential equations and diffeomorphisms, Ann. Scuola Norm. Sup. Pisa Cl. Sci., 18 (1963), 97--116.
For journal abbreviations used in bibliographies, consult the list of serials in the latest Mathematical Reviews annual index.
Manuscripts typeset using AmSTeX (amsppt) or AmS-LaTeX (amsart) can move much more quickly through the production process, hence these two TeX forms are strongly recommended to authors for preparing their manuscripts.
ReprintsThe journal does not offer reprints.
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