INSTRUCTION FOR THE AUTHORS
of manuscripts, presented to "Izvestiya: Mathematics"
The Editorial Board of
kindly requests the authors to read
carefully this instruction and follow
it while preparing your manuscripts for
the publication in "Izvestiya: Mathematics".
I. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
1.1. The journal
publishes original papers of high
scientific quality intended to a broad
circle of mathematicians. It does not
publish the papers of review, serial or
narrow special character. Before sending to the Editorial Board the
documents and information, listed in Secs. 1.1, 1.2, please read carefully
the text of License Agreement. After the Editorial Board will accept your
paper for publication, please sign the Consent form with License Agreement
and send it to the Editorial Board.
The authors submit to the Editorial Board:
its volume should not be less than 8 pages and more than
60 pages (printed in accordance with item 2.1).
The papers with volume exceeding 60 pages may be published
by "Izvestiya: Mathematics"
only by a special decision of Editorial Board.
- Author's information (on a separate page):
author's information should contain the name
(family name and first name) of every co-author,
affiliation, mail address (including mail box index),
telephone number, e-mail address. If there are several
co-authors, please, indicate the co-author, responsible
for communication with Editorial Board.
The manuscript of the article must be represented through the page of the
Journal http://www.mathnet.ru/izv on the Math-Net.Ru portal, or sent by electronic
mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All papers in Russian edition of "Izvestiya: Mathematics"
are published in Russian. All questions, related to the
translation of papers into Russian, should be settled
down with Editorial Board immediately after the paper
is accepted for publication. The mathematical content
of translation should correspond precisely to that of
the English original, published in English version of
II. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPTS
The Editorial Board accepts the manuscripts, prepared on a
computer with the help of TeX format.
It is desirable to use the LaTeX2ε format
(article style with amsmath, amsfonts, amssymb packages)
with 12pt font and wide (3 cm)
margins from the left and top side of a sheet.
For consideration only it is sufficient to submit
to the Editorial Board any of the following types
of files of the manuscript: *.ps, *.pdf.
After the paper is accepted, the authors must send to the
Editorial Board the source file *.tex.
The first page of a manuscript should contain AMS classification
subject index, authors names and initials, the title of a manuscript, a
short abstract (not exceeding 20 lines),
and key words (not more than 5 subjects).
Please, do not use complicated formulae and do not refer to
the reference list in your abstract. All pages of the manuscript
(including figures, tables and reference list) should be numerated.
The number of figures should not exceed 20. If a figure is placed
on a separate page, please, indicate the corresponding place at the
margin of this page of your manuscript. The figure should be clear and
detailed, containing a minimal number of letter characters. An
accompanying text may be included only into the sub-figure comment. The
figures can be also prepared electronically, using one of standard
graphic systems like EPS, PS, PCX, BMP, TIFF, GIF, JPG and so on. In
this case it is recommended to use formats of raster graphics with resolution 600 dpi
The reference list should be placed on a separate page and the
references should appear in the list in the same order as in the
manuscript according to the rules of the journal (cf. a sample below).
Please, do not use in the proofs the results of unpublished papers.
A SAMPLE OF A REFERENCE LIST
- K. Zh. Kudaibergenov,
"Autostability and extension of constructivizations",
Siberian Math. J., 25:5 (1984), 743–749.
- C. C. Chang, H. J. Keisler, Model theory,
Stud. Logic Found. Math., 73,
North-Holland, Amsterdam-London, 1973, 550 pp.
- B. Leclerc, A. Zelevinsky,
"Quasicommuting families of quantum Plücker coordinates",
Kirillov's seminar on representation theory,
Amer. Math. Soc. Transl. Ser. 2, 181,
Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, 1998, 85–108.
- V. I. Danilov, A. V. Karzanov, G. A. Koshevoy,
"On maximal weakly separated set-systems",
J. Algebraic Combin.
(to appear); arXiv:0909.1423.
- A. Lascoux, "Ordonner le groupe symetrique:
pourquoi utiliser l'algebre de Iwahori–Hecke?",
Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians,
vol. III (Berlin, 1998),
Doc. Math., 1998, Bielefeld, 1998, 355–364.
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