Applied Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics
SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS
Manuscripts submitted as hard copy should be typed with double spacing and wide (3 cm) margins on good quality paper, and submitted in triplicate to the Editor-in-Chief. Please ensure that a full postal address for each author is given on the first page of the typescript. Please also separately provide the phone, fax and e-mail number of the author responsible for the coordination of the publication of the paper.
Abstract: Each paper requires English and possibly Georgian abstracts of 100-200 words summarizing the significant coverage and findings.
SUBMISSION IN LATEX
A LATEX style file for the journal is available via e-mail from the Publisher. Authors using LATEX are requested to use this style file when preparing their paper, and follow the instructions therein.
ORIGINALITY AND COPYRIGHT
Originality: Submission of a paper to the Applied Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics will be taken to imply that it represents original work not previously published, that it is not being considered for publication elsewhere, and that if accepted for publication, it will not be published elsewhere in the same language, without the written consent of the Editor-in-Chief and the Publisher.
Copyright: It is a condition of acceptance by the Editor of a typescript for publication that the publishers automatically acquire the copyright of the typescript throughout the world.
Sections and subsections should be hierarchically numbered in the following style:
1. Section Heading
1.1. Section Subheading
1.1.1. Section sub-sub-heading
Numbering: Figures should be numbered with consecutive Arabic numbers, have descriptive captions and be mentioned in the text. Keep figures separate from the text, but indicate an approximate position in the margin.
Preparation: Figures submitted must be of a high enough standard for direct reproduction. If line drawings are used they should be prepared in black (India) ink on white paper or on tracing cloth. with all lettering and symbols included. Label each figure with author's name and figure number; indicate "top" where this is not obvious.
Size: Figures should be planned so that they reduce to 11 cm column width. The preferred width of line drawings is 10 to 18 cm.
EQUATIONS AND FORMULAE
Mathematical notation should be clearly marked and equations should be typewritten, with subscripts and superscripts clearly shown. It is helpful to identify unusual or ambiguous symbols in the margin when they first occur. To simplify typesetting, please use: 1) the "exp" form of complex exponential functions; 2) fractional exponents instead of root signs: and 3) the solidus (/) to simplify fractions - e. g. exp x1/2 . Please underline all mathematical symbols to be set in italic and put a wavy line under bold symbols. Other letters not marked will be set in roman type.
Number tables consecutively with roman numerals, and give each a clear descriptive caption at the top. Avoid the use or vertical rules in the tables. Indicate in the margin where the printer should place the tables.
References should be listed numerically at the end of the text. Use the appropriate Arabic numeral in square brackets on the baseline for citation in the text. The style and punctuation of the entries in the References section should confirm to that used in Mathematical Reviews.
All acknowledgments (including those for grant and financial support) should be typed in one paragraph on a separate page that directly precedes the References section.
There are no page or color plate charges to individuals or institutions.