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Focus and Scope
Studies in Mathematical Sciences ( ISSN 1923-8444 [Print] ISSN 1923-8452 [Online]) publishes original work in all branches of pure and applied mathematical sciences. The journal aims to reflect the latest developments in mathematics and promote international academic exchange for pure and applied mathematicians, statisticians, system theorists and analysts, and information scientists. Contributions are not limited to the advance of new theories, but also include new mathematical and computational methods and techniques to solve various problems in science, engineering, industry and society. Appropriate subject areas include mathematical analysis, algebra, geometry, probability and statistics, stochastic processes, mathematical logic, numeric and symbolic computation, mathematical physics, linear operators, number theory, function theory, differential equations, financial mathematics, biological mathematics, etc.
Studies in Mathematical Sciences is indexed by DOAJ of Sweden, indexed by CNKI of China, indexed by Journal TOCs of England, indexed by Open J-gate of India. is filed by Library and Archives Canada, Gale, EBSCO Publishing, Ulrich's of America, and collected by the database AMICUS of Canada, indexed by ProQuest LIC
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Peer Review Process
A. Purpose of Peer Review
Thank you for the effort and expertise that you contribute to reviewing, without which it would be impossible to maintain the high standards of peer-reviewed journals.
Peer review is a critical element of scholarly publication, and one of the major cornerstones of the scientific process. Peer Review serves two key functions:
1. Acts as a filter: Ensures research is properly verified before being published
2. Improves the quality of the research: rigorous review by other experts helps to hone key points and correct inadvertent errors
B. Types of peer review
There are, essentially, three varieties of peer review. Each type carries with it some clear advantages, as well as some disadvantages:
1. Single Blind Review
The names of the reviewers are hidden from the author. This is the traditional method of reviewing and is, by far, the most common type.
Reviewer anonymity allows for impartial decisions free from influence by the author.
Authors fear the risk that reviewers working in the same field may withhold submission of the review in order to delay publication, thereby giving the reviewer the opportunity to publish first.
Reviewers may use their anonymity as justification for being unnecessarily critical or harsh when commenting on the author’s work.
2. Double Blind Review
Both the reviewer and the author remain anonymous.
Author anonymity prevents any reviewer bias based on, for example, an author’s country of origin or previous controversial work.
Articles written by ‘prestigious’ or renowned authors are considered on the basis of the content of their papers, rather than on the author’s reputation.
It is uncertain whether a paper can ever truly be ‘blind’ – especially in specialty ‘niche’ areas. Reviewers can often identify the author through the paper’s style, subject matter or self-citation.
3. Open Review
Reviewer and author are known to each other.
Some scientists feel this is the best way to prevent malicious comments, stop plagiarism, prevent reviewers from drawing upon their own ‘agenda’ and encourage open, honest reviewing.
Others argue the opposite view. They see open review as a less honest process in which politeness or fear of retribution may cause a reviewer to withhold or tone down criticism. For example, junior reviewers may hesitate to criticize more esteemed authors for fear of damaging their prospects. Independent studies tend to support this.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
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