Dear GAP-Forum people,
I would like to point out the new electronic journal of the LMS, which
should be an excellent place to publish high-quality papers (and
programs) in Computational Group Theory.
Regards, Leonard Soicher.
NEW ELECTRONIC JOURNAL FROM THE LMS
The London Mathematical Society is pleased to announce the first
publication of its new electronic journal:
The LMS JOURNAL OF COMPUTATION AND MATHEMATICS
(ISSN 1461-1570; http://www.lms.ac.uk/jcm/).
The LMS JCM
- welcomes original papers on computational aspects of mathematics, papers
on mathematical aspects of computation, and papers that benefit from
electronic publication on grounds of their format
- is all-electronic, with main articles screen-readable and downloadable
in pdf format
- is a journal of record, carrying a promise from the LMS to maintain
the journal archive into the indefinite future
- is fully searchable, with hyperlinks within and between papers
- welcomes databases, tables, programs and graphics as add-ons to papers
- provides facilities for adding updates and discussion to papers.
EDITORS OF THE LMS JCM:
J H Davenport (Bath)
P M Neumann (Oxford)
L C Paulson (Cambridge)
M A J Chaplain (Dundee)
J E Cremona (Exeter)
D F Holt (Warwick)
A Iserles (Cambridge)
M R Jerrum (Edinburgh)
W S Kendall (Warwick)
K Kunen (Wisconsin)
U Martin (St Andrews)
G Morgan (Oxford)
C-H L Ong (Oxford)
L H Soicher (London)
I A Stewart (Leicester)
Sue Rodd (Executive Editor)
Adam Worrall (Programmer)
Mark Dawson (Electronic Adviser)
TO READ OR DOWNLOAD THE LMS JCM:
All abstracts, and the search engine, are publicly available on the web
To read or download the main text (in pdf) and associated files of a
paper, either you or your institution must be registered as a
TO SUBSCRIBE (free of cost for the present):
Individuals can subscribe at the journal web page,
<URL:http://www.lms.ac.uk/jcm/>. See the instructions there.
For institutional subscriptions, please contact
Professor Wilfrid Hodges at <W.Hodges@qmw.ac.uk>.
TO SUBMIT A PAPER:
Send it by anonymous ftp, following the instructions at
The main text of any paper submitted must be in LaTeX, preferably
Authors retain copyright in their papers, but are asked to sign over
to the LMS JCM certain non-exclusive rights.
RECENTLY PUBLISHED PAPERS:
"On transitive permutation groups"
John H Conway, Alexander Hulpke and John McKay
"Symbolic collection using Deep Thought"
C R Leedham-Green and Leonard H Soicher
"On the computation of certain homotopical functors"
"Spectral enclosures and complex resonances for general self-adjoint
E B Davies
Find the LMS JOURNAL OF COMPUTATION AND MATHEMATICS at