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    Tusi Mathematical Research Group
    P.O. Box 1113
    Mashhad 91775
    +98-51-3864-4594 (phone and fax)
    E-mail: moslehian@um.ac.ir or moslehian@member.ams.org

    Founder and Editor in Chief:
    Mohammad Sal Moslehian, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran

    Advisory Board:
    †William B. Arveson (1934–2011), University of California, Berkeley, USA
    John B. Conway, George Washington University, USA
    Per H. Enflo, Kent State University, USA
    Alexander Ya. Helemskii, Moscow State University, Russia
    Josip Pecaric, University of Zagreb, Croatia
    Hari M. Srivastava, University of Victoria, Canada
    Wieslaw Zelazko, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

    Editorial Board:
    Mati Abel, University of Tartu, Estonia
    Dale E. Alspach, Oklahoma State University, USA
    Sergey Astashkin, Samara State University, Russia
    Catalin Badea, Université Lille 1, France
    Damir Bakic, University of Zagreb, Croatia
    Joseph A. Ball, Virginia Tech, USA
    Luis P. Castro, University of Aveiro, Portugal
    Raul E. Curto, University of Iowa, USA
    Sever S. Dragomir, Victoria University, Australia
    Jörg Eschmeier, Universität des Saarlandes, Germany
    Michael Frank, Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur, Leipzig, Germany
    Masatoshi Fujii, Osaka Kyoiku University, Japan
    Manuel González Ortiz, Universidad de Cantabria, Spain
    Niels Grønbæk, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    Donald Hadwin, University of New Hampshire, USA
    Deguang Han, University of Central Florida, USA
    Krzysztof Jarosz, Southern Illinois University, USA
    Maria Joita, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Palle E. T. Jorgensen, University of Iowa, USA
    Il Bong Jung, Kyungpook National University, Korea
    Fuad Kittaneh, University of Jordan, Jordan
    David R. Larson, Texas A&M University, USA
    Christian Le Merdy, Université de Franche-Comté, France
    Minghua Lin, Shanghai University, China
    Mieczyslaw Mastylo, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
    Warren B. Moors, University of Auckland, New Zealand
    Zsolt Páles, University of Debrecen, Hungary
    Lars-Erik Persson, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
    Gelu Popescu, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
    Maria Alessandra Ragusa, Università di Catania, Italy
    †Prasanna K. Sahoo, University of Louisville, USA
    Orr Moshe Shalit, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
    Michael Skeide, Università degli Studi del Molise, Italy
    Jan Stochel, Jagiellonian University, Poland
    Toshiyuki Sugawa, Tohoku University, Japan
    Armando R. Villena, Universidad de Granada, Spain
    Dirk Werner, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
    Ngai-Ching Wong, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
    Quanhua Xu, Université de Franche-Comté, France
    Dilian Yang, University of Windsor, Canada
    Fuzhen Zhang, Nova Southeastern University, USA
    Yong Zhang, University of Manitoba, Canada

  • Preparation

    The Banach Journal of Mathematical Analysis (BJMA) publishes papers numbering 15 or more pages. Shorter papers should be submitted to the Annals of Functional Analysis.

    Manuscripts should be written in English and typeset with double spacing using AMS-LaTeX. The authors should use the BJMA style file that has been developed for LaTeX2e. (A typeset example is available here.) BJMA is an author-prepared journal, which means that authors are responsible for using the style file of the BJMA to properly format accepted articles. BJMA does not accept files in Microsoft Word. Authors should take care of the following items when submitting a manuscript:

    • Abstract: The abstract should number no more than 200 words and include no reference citations.

    • 2010 Mathematics Subject Classifications: Include only one Primary classification; if applicable, apply at least one Secondary classification. At least one of the Primary or Secondary classifications should be in MSC43 (abstract harmonic analysis), MSC46 (functional analysis), or MSC47 (operator theory).

    • Keywords: Provide 3–5 keywords that best describe the subject of the paper.

    • Authors: Provide full names, mailing addresses, and e-mail addresses for all authors within the paper. Only one author should be the corresponding author.

    • Figures and supplemental files: Provide all figures and any other supplemental files needed to process the paper.

    • Typesetting environments: Typeset each theorem, proposition, corollary, lemma, definition, example, etc. in its respective environment, such as begin{theorem} . . . end{theorem}.

    • Margins: A long formula should be broken into two or more lines. Extra line and word spaces in the text should be removed.

    • Tags (formula numbers): Equations in the text must be labeled by label{A}. References to them must be typeset using eqref{A}. Unused tags must be removed. Manual numbering of equations or sections must be avoided.
    • Acknowledgments: Place acknowledgments, if there are any, near the end of the paper, preceding the references.

    • References: Use cite{B} to refer to the specific book/paper “B” in the text. Remove unused references. References should be listed in alphabetical order according to the surnames of the first author at the end of the paper and should be cited in the text as, for example, [2] or [3, Theorem 4.2].

    • Abbreviations: Abbreviations of titles of periodicals/books should follow the format used by Mathematical Reviews: see Abbreviations of Names of Serials or MR Lookup.

    • Citations: The number of papers/books in the list of references must be at most 1.5 times the number of pages of the paper. The total number of self-citations must be at most 0.4 times the number of pages of the paper.

    Authors should submit their manuscripts online using the Editorial Manager system at www.editorialmanager.com/bjma. Register at the site to create a username and password; then log in as “Author.” A tutorial is available at the site. Submissions sent directly to one of the journal’s editors will not be accepted.

    Referee process

    Submitted manuscripts must be correct, original, well written, in the scope of journal, and with deep results. If the language used is very poor, then the manuscript will be rejected. A submitted paper will be refereed in the traditional way by at least one referee. BJMA tries to make the decision within four months after submission, but this primarily depends on the referees. If you have not received a notice of the decision after four months, kindly send a reminder to the editor in chief by e-mail. If necessary, the corresponding author will be asked to revise the manuscript according to the referee report(s). The editorial board reserves the right to make reasonable modifications to the wording in a manuscript.

    Page proofs

    The page proofs of each paper will be sent to the corresponding author, who is responsible for checking and approving the article on behalf of all coauthors. A limited number of typographical corrections are anticipated and extensive revisions may be reviewed again.

    Articles will be published online as they are completed and will be assigned to a volume and issue at a later date. Authors will receive a PDF file of their paper in the final published format with final volume, issue, and page numbers.

    Publication fees

    There is no publication or page fee associated with this journal, unless the authors would like to publish their paper open access. The article processing charge for this service is US$1,000 per article.


    By submitting a manuscript, the authors agree that the copyright for their paper is transferred to both the Tusi Mathematical Research Group and Duke University Press, if and when the paper is accepted for publication.

    Publishing ethics

    The publishers are obliged to assist the mathematics community in publishing ethics. No paper that has been previously published, that has been copyrighted, or that is being considered for publication elsewhere should be submitted to BJMA. Nor may a paper that is under consideration by BJMA be submitted elsewhere. By submitting a manuscript, the authors confirm that there is no plagiarism and duplicate submission.

  • In 2015, the Banach Journal of Mathematical Analysis is available exclusively through the Euclid Prime collection. Please contact Customer Relations if you have questions about obtaining access to this journal.

  • Description

    The Banach Journal of Mathematical Analysis (BJMA) is a peer-reviewed electronic journal publishing papers of high quality on matrix analysis (MSC15), abstract harmonic analysis (MSC43), functional analysis (MSC46), operator theory (MSC47) and all modern related topics. BJMA publishes survey articles and original research papers numbering 15 or more pages in the journal’s style that give major results with profound impact and significant implications and that develop new ideas. (Shorter papers in these fields should be submitted to the Annals of Functional Analysis.) Advance publication of articles online is available.

    BJMA is published by Duke University Press on behalf of the Tusi Mathematical Research Group.

    Abstractors and Indexers:

    Indexed/abstracted in the following: Academic OneFile, Business Source Alumni Edition, Business Source Complete, Business Source Corporate Plus, Business Source Elite, Business Source Premier, Business Source: Main Edition, Current Contents—Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences, Expanded Academic ASAP, MathSciNet, Science Citation Index Expanded, Scopus, and zbMATH.

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