Submitted papers have to meet certain requirements.
At the beginning of the paper one has to define the problem and substantiate the relevance of the proposed research. A paper should contain a UDC number (see http://teacode.com/online/udc/index.html), a 2000 Mathematics Subject Classification code (see http://www.ams.org/msc/), an abstract, keywords, and information about the author(s) (author's first name and last name, affiliation, position, academic degree, academic rank, full work address, phone number and e-mail address). The authors should provide (identical) TEX- and РDF-format files of the paper. Electronic files can be sent via e-mail. Pages should be numbered. Papers should not exceed 18 pages, references included; brief communications should be no longer than six pages. Brief communications must be accompanied by the full text of the paper, no less than 12 pages in length and containing detailed proofs of all propositions.
References should meet the following requirements.
Books (example): Nakhushev A.N. Equations of Mathematical Biology (Vysshaya Shkola, Moscow, 1995).
Journal articles (example): Fage M.K. The Cauchy problem for Bianchi equation, Matem. Sborn. 45 (3), 281-322 (1958) or Mironov A.N. The Riemannian method for the Cauchy problem, Izv. VUZ. Matematika, №2, 34-44 (2005).
Conference proceedings, collected papers, etc. (for example): Kurdyumov V.P., Khromov A.P. Riesz bases using eigen- and adjoined functions of differential-difference operator with multipoint boundary condition, in: Collection of scientific papers "Mathematics, Mechanics" (Saratov Univ. Press, 2004), Issue 6, 80-82.
The list of references should contain only those works that have been cited in the text. If applicable, websites should also be indicated. For example, Karpinski M., Mubarakzjanov R. Some separation problems on randomized OBDDs, Proc. of the Workshop on Computer Science and Information Technologies CSIT'99, Moscow, Russia, 1999 (http://msu.jurinfor.ru/CSIT99/).
The first reference in the text should be , the second one should be , etc. A reference to a result published in a book should appear as follows: "We approximate problem (2.2), (2.1) by the difference scheme (, p.221)…". References to unpublished results in proofs are not permitted.
Graphic files in b/w EPS-format are used only in a last resort.
Papers that do not adhere to these requirements will be rejected.
If a paper was significantly revised because of reviewer's observations, the delivery dates are indicated for the first and final versions of the paper.
The papers rejected by the Editorial Board will be deleted after the one year period.
The Editorial Board has the right to shorten a paper, to make editorial corrections, and to send it to the author for refinement. Authors are responsible for correcting typographical errors in their papers. Amendments that contradict the original text are not permitted.