This Journal is dedicated to rapid publication of the highest quality short papers, regular papers, and expository papers. Papers which exceed the above page limit will be accepted subject to the approval of the Editorial Board.
Submission of Manuscripts:
Correspondence by e-mail is requested for convenience and speed. Authors may submit manuscripts in English to the Editorial Board. A Postscript or PDF file with a cover letter must be sent to the corresponding editor by e-mail. The cover letter should give the authors preferred address, e-mail address, phone number and fax number, and should indicate the intended publication format (Short paper, Regular paper or Expository paper). Each submission should include an informative abstract of no more than 200 words.
Manuscript Style, Illustrations and Photos
Accepted manuscripts must be written in MS-Word or LaTeX format, (All Latex Formats are accepted). Authors are responsible for converting their manuscripts to LaTeX format, if not initially in LaTeX format. Figures should be in EPS (Post Script Format).
It is the authors responsibility to prepare papers as per formatting instructions of the publisher. Accepted papers may not be published unless they meet the publishers formatting standard. You can download a sample file named amis-sample.zip. After download, unzip it and keep all the files in the same folder for it to work.
By submitting a manuscript for publication to MSL acknowledge that the work is original and is not being submitted to another journal. The submission of a manuscript by the authors implies that the authors automatically agree to assign exclusive copyright to Natural Sciences Publishing Corporation if and when the manuscript is accepted for publication.
Authors are requested to make a payment toward the cost of disseminating their research results. Waivers may be available for certain authors, for example, from low GDP countries or those who, for other reasons, do not have access to funds to cover the fee. Authors can request be free or a waiver on acceptance of their article. The ability to pay does not influence whether or not a manuscript is accepted for publication.