Aims & Scope


Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) is an openly accessible journal published monthly. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of ordered algebraic structures.
  

All the manuscripts must be prepared in English and are subject to a rigorous and fair peer-review process. Generally, accepted papers will appear online within 3 weeks followed by printed hard copy. The journal publishes original papers including but not limited to the following fields:


  • · Applied Harmonic Analysis
  • · Approximation Theory
  • · Asymptotic Methods
  • · Bifurcation Theory
  • · Coding Theory
  • · Combinatorics
  • · Complex Analysis
  • · Convex Analysis
  • · Difference Equations
  • · Differential Equations
  • · Dynamical Systems
  • · Fixed-Point Theory
  • · Fourier Analysis
  • · Fractals
  • · Fractional Analysis
  • · Functional Differential Equations
  • · Fuzzy Mathematics
  • · Geometry
  • · Geometry of Banach Spaces
  • · Integral Equations
  • · Mathematical Biology, including Population Dynamics
  • · Mathematical Physics
  • · Matrix Theory
  • · Moment Theory
  • · Number Theory
  • · Numerical Analysis
  • · Operator Theory
  • · Optimal Control
  • · Optimization Wavelets
  • · Partial Differential Equations
  • · Probability
  • · Reaction-Diffusion Problems, Discrete Mathematics
  • · Scattering Theory
  • · Semigroups of Operators
  • · Signal Theory
  • · Special Functions
  • · Statistics
  • · Stochastic Process
  • · Topology and Applications
  • · Transport Theory
  • · Ultrametric Analysis
  • · Variational Methods

  • We are also interested in short papers, as in the form of a letter, that clearly address a specific narrow problem and in papers that survey problems and new results pertaining to a certain topic. Authors may be invited to write short papers on the same topic in more than one successive issue of APM.