Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences (AMIS) is dedicated to rapid publication of the highest quality short papers, regular papers, and expository papers. Appl. Math. Inf. Sci. considers only original and timely contributions containing new results in applied mathematics and information sciences. Manuscripts may discuss fundamental or applied issues, and should offer clear evidence of novelty and significance.
Papers devoted, for the most part, to pure mathematical and computational issues, with limited direct connection to current trends of nonlinear sciences research, are generally not suitable for publication in AMIS. Similarly, small, technical advances, or papers concerned only with mathematical applications or issues of basic science may not be considered favorably.
AMIS accepts papers through a blind external review by professional colleagues in the relevant fields. Unless clearly below the standard required by the journal, submitted articles will be sent to referees. They will generally be reviewed by at least two experts with the aim of reaching a decision as soon as possible. Where possible, the final decision is made on the basis that the referees are in accordance with one another. When there is a strong disagreement between referees, advice is sought from a member of the journal’s Editorial Board.
AMIS provides a forum for the rapid publication of original research in the field. The journal’s scope encompasses all phenomena associated with applied mathematics. Review articles and original contributions are based on analytical, computational, and experimental methods. The journal also investigates biomathematics, multibody dynamics, robotics, fluid-solid interactions, system modelling and identification, friction and damping models, signal analysis, and measurement techniques.
The scope of this journal covers but is not limited to:
- Quantum Computations
- Mathematical Modeling
- Numerical analysis
- Computational geometry
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Quantum Information
- Computational optimization
- Computational probability
- Statistical computation and simulation
- Computational intelligence
- Computational complexity
- Theoretical computer science
- Computational physics
- Computational biology
- Dynamical systems
- Topology and its applications
- Nonlinear methods and its applications
- Related applications in physics, engineering, chemistry, economics and the social sciences