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  • Duke Mathematical Journal

    Academic Editor(s): Jonathan Wahl
    Current Volume: 163
    Frequency: Fifteen issues annually
    ISSN: 0012-7094
    e-ISSN: 1547-7398
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  • <DIV><B>Editorial Office:<⁄B><BR ⁄>Department of Mathematics<BR ⁄>University of North Carolina<BR ⁄>CB 3250 Phillips Hall<BR ⁄>Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3250<BR ⁄>919-962-8159<BR ⁄>919-962-8160 (fax)<BR ⁄><a href≥"mailto:dmj@math.unc.edu">dmj@math.unc.edu<⁄a><P><B>Editors:<⁄B><BR ⁄>Simon K. Donaldson, Imperial College, London<BR ⁄>Phillip A. Griffiths, Institute for Advanced Study<BR ⁄>Peter Sarnak, Courant Institute and Princeton University<BR ⁄>Richard Taylor, Institute for Advanced Study<⁄P><P><B>Managing Editor:<⁄B><BR ⁄>Jonathan Wahl, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill<⁄P><P><B>With the cooperation of:<⁄B><BR ⁄>Jean Bourgain<BR ⁄>Robert L. Bryant<BR ⁄>Tobias Holck Colding<BR ⁄>Percy Deift<BR ⁄>Hélène Esnault<BR ⁄>Alessio Figalli<BR ⁄>Dennis Gaitsgory<BR ⁄>Étienne Ghys<BR ⁄>David Jerison<BR ⁄>Masaki Kashiwara<BR ⁄>Alex Lubotzky<BR ⁄>Yair N. Minsky<BR ⁄>Hiraku Nakajima<BR ⁄>Gilles Pisier<BR ⁄>Leonid Polterovich<BR ⁄>Michael E. Taylor<⁄P><P><B>Editorial Assistant:<⁄B><BR ⁄>Marisa Meredith<⁄P><⁄DIV>

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    Published since its inception in 1935 by Duke University Press, the Duke Mathematical Journal is one of the world's leading mathematical journals. Of the more than 600 mathematics journals published worldwide, only 277 reach the level of impact required to be included in the rankings of the Institute for Scientific Information. DMJ is consistently among the top ranking journals, with an impact factor of 1.701 and a cited half-life of >10, the highest score given in this category.

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    Indexed/abstracted in the following: CompuMath Citation Index, Current Contents: Physical, Chemical, and Earth Sciences, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature (IBZ), Magazines for Libraries, MathSciNet, Science Citation Index, Science Citation Index Expanded (also known as SciSearch), Scopus, Zentralblatt MATH.

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