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Numerical Algebra, Control and Optimization

The journal adheres to the publication ethics and malpractice policies outlined by COPE.

NACO is devoted to publishing peer-refereed high quality original papers on numerical algebra, control, and optimization, as well as any non-trivial interplay among them. In the application areas, special interests are on artificial intelligence, data sciences, machine learning and mathematical finance which are related to numerical algebra, control, and optimization. Invited expository articles are also published from time to time.
NACO is a quarterly publication, published in March, June, September, and December of each year. Copyright owned exclusively by American Institute of Mathematical Sciences. It is edited by a group of energetic academic leaders to guarantee the journal's highest standard and closest link to the scientific communities. An important feature of this journal is its excellent editorial group, high-quality standard of papers and rapid publication. The authors are kept informed at all times of the process.
Review Procedures All papers will undergo a thorough peer review. If a paper is found outside the scope, the author will be informed promptly. To help the editorial board to properly handle the paper, the author(s) is (are) advised, in the cover letter, to indicate the relevant area (numerical algebra, control, or optimization) that the paper belongs, and a suggested editor who might be familiar to the contents. Every effort will be made to secure a decision in three months and to publish accepted papers within six months, provided a possible requested revision is promptly received.
Time Limit for Receiving Requested Revision If a revision is requested, the authors have 3 months to submit the revision. The authors are allowed to request an extension of additional 2 months by writing. If a revision is not received within the time limit, the paper is treated withdrawn.
Manuscripts should be in English and must meet common standards of usage and grammar. To submit a paper, send a file in PDF format to EditFlow .
Citations (1) Each citation and reference in your manuscript must play an essential role.  (2) An explanation for each reference must be clearly integrated into the narrative of your manuscript.  (3) Do not cite any reference if your paper is not affected without it.
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, it indicates 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. The manuscript will not be returned.
Manuscripts Style Number each page. Page 1 should contain the title and authors names and complete affiliations. Place any footnotes to the title at the bottom of Page 1. Each paper requires an abstract not exceeding 200 words summarizing the techniques, methods and main conclusions. AMS subject classifications must accompany all articles, placed at the bottom of Page 1. E-mail addresses of all authors should be placed 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 of high resolution and high contrast.
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 should be typeset using AmSTeX (amsppt) or AmS-LaTeX (amsart). Templates of sample papers can be downloaded at Tex file preparation, where more information on how to prepare the final TEX files can be found.
Contributions to this journal are published free of charge. 

Please also note that NACO does not offer reprints.
At AIMS, we do everything we can to have your article reach as many interested readers as possible, and we encourage authors to do the same. Please consider sharing a link to your article on relevant social media such as ResearchGate and LinkedIn.
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