Ram N. Mohapatra
(University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA)
Kailash C. Misra
(North Carolina State University, USA)
(KIIT University , Bhubaneswar, India)
This journal shares the research carried out through different disciplines in regards to the methodological and theoretical role of mathematics in underpinning all scientific disciplines. The scope is intentionally broad, but papers must make a novel contribution to the fields covered in order to be considered for publication. Problems such as Interface of Mathematics with other Disciplines, mathematical analysis and its numerous applications, Theoretical role of Mathematics, Methodological role of Mathematics, Interface of Statistics with other Disciplines, Cognitive Sciences, Applications of Mathematics, Industrial Mathematics, Dynamical Systems, Mathematical Biology, Fuzzy Mathematics are also shared in this journal. Besides the original research articles expository papers, which are hard to express or model, conference proceedings, book reviews and announcements are also welcome.
The journal of OMS is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles on all aspects of both pure and applied mathematics. It also publishes original research articles on interdisciplinary mathematics. Journal of OMS also publishes focused review articles that assess the state of the art, and identify upcoming challenges and promising solutions for the community. The Journal considers the topics as: algebraic geometry, algebraic topology, analysis of PDEs, category theory, classical analysis and ODEs, combinatorics, commutative algebra, complex variables, differential geometry, dynamical systems, functional analysis, general mathematics, general topology, geometric topology, group theory, history and overview, information theory, K-theory and homology, logic, metric geometry, number theory, numerical analysis, operator algebras, optimization and control, probability, quantum algebra, representation theory, rings and algebras, spectral theory, statistics theory, symplectic geometry, geometric analysis, variational problems, mathematical finance, harmonic analysis, computer science, quantum theory, mathematical and computational biology.
All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor-in- Chief (Prof. Ram N. Mohapatra) or Managing Editor (Prof. S. Nanda) and, if found suitable for further consideration, to rigorous and rapid peer review the paper without mentioning the names and affiliations of the authors is sent to two independent, anonymous expert referees. Each reviewer is allowed up to four weeks to return his/her feedback but this duration may be extended based on his/her availability.Thus the Journal of Orissa Mathematical Society has instituted a blind peer review process where the author's identity is not known to the reviewers as well as the reviewers' identities are not known to authors. When the reviews are received, the Area Editor gives a decision and lets the author know it together with the reviewer comments and any supplementary files.The authors are expected to submit the revised version usually within eight weeks the editorial decision is sent (this period can be extended when the authors contact to the editor and let him/her know that they need extra time for resubmission).When a manuscript is accepted for publication, an acceptance letter is sent to the corresponding author and the authors are asked to submit the source file of the manuscript conforming to the Journal of Orissa Mathematical Society final submission template. After that stage, changes of authors of the manuscript are not possible. The manuscript is sent to the Copyeditor and a linguistic, metrological and technical revision is made, at which stage the authors are asked to make the final corrections in no more than a week. The layout editor prepares the galleys and the authors receive the galley proof for final check before printing. The authors are expected to correct only typographical errors on the proofs and return the proofs within 48 hours.
Inequalities , Sobolev spaces, PDE
(Spain): Fractal Interpolation and Approximation theory.
(Auburn University , Alabama, USA):
Functional Analysis, Sequences spaces, Graph Theory and Combinatorics.
(member of the Crotian Academy):
Inequalities, Convexity and Applications.
(Texas State University , SAN Marcus, USA):
Variational Inequalities, Convexity and Optimization.
Finite Elements, Slines and Approximation Theory.
(Naval architecture, Shanghai, Jia Tong University, China):
Summability and Sequences Spaces.
(University of Victoria, BC, Canada) :
Complex Analysis, Special Functions, Goemetric function Theory.
(Aubuan University, USA):
Complex variables, Approximation Theory.
(Berlin Free University, Germany):
Algebra and Algebraic Geometry.
(University of Michigaon, USA ):
(member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Bolya Institute , Szeged, Hungary):
Real Analysis, Fourier series.