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Manuscript submission guidelines

 

For Mathematical Programming series A:

For Optimization Method and Software (OMS).

  • Please note that all submissions must now be done through Manuscript Central. PDF submissions are strongly preferred.
  • Please read and follow these instructions about the structure of an OMS manuscript.
  • Please use the journal style files when submitting a manuscript.  They are available for either  Microsoft Word  or Latex .
  • Manuscripts should fit the aims and scope of OMS. To decide whether that is the case, for manuscripts submitted directly to me, I look for ( in addition to satisfying the requirements in the previous link)
    • Papers that have optimization relevance. One way (though not the only one) in which this can be decided is whether a substantial number of the references cited are in significant optimization journals. A good list of such journals can be found at  Optimization Online.
    • Papers which include a good discussion of the relevance of the results presented compared to results in the optimization literature, and in particular, recent results. What "recent" means here depends heavily on the topic under discussion, but 3-5 years before the date of submission is not a bad definition of "recent".
  • Status of paper sent to publisher can be found on the web site of the editor-in-chief, Prof. Oleg Burdakov.


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