The London Mathematical Society has recently adopted an ethical policy for its journals, including guidance on the expected behaviour of authors, referees and editors. The full policy can be found here.
NOTE TO U.K. AUTHORS
This journal is compliant with the RCUK (Research Councils of the United Kingdom) Policy on Access to Research Outputs. Click here for details.
Some U.K. universities are using the SHERPA database to decide on journal compliance, but that database does not reflect the true position regarding copyright on LMS journals, and U.K. authors should refer directly to our copyright policy and the new RCUK guidance. We are working with our publishing partners to get the SHERPA database corrected.
Aims and Scope
The aim of the LMS JCM is to publish internationally-leading papers addressing topics in computational pure and applied mathematics, including papers at the interface of Mathematics and Computer Science.
The LMS JCM is a free online journal. For a summary of publishing rights and archiving policies for the LMS JCM, please see this fact sheet.
Papers can be submitted electronically. See here for further details.
When preparing the paper for submission, authors are encouraged to use
lms.cls, which can be found at the LMS general instructions for authors page. Upon acceptance, authors will agree to grant an exclusive licence to the Society. The copyright will remain with the authors. See the sample publishing agreement.
- Current Volume: Link to papers published online this year
- Online Archive of all volumes published 1998–present
Online access is FREE.
The LMS Journal of Computation and Mathematics was founded in 1998. It is published as one volume each year, and articles are assigned consecutive page numbers within the volume in the order that the papers appear online. The journal is owned by the London Mathematical Society and is web-hosted on our behalf by Cambridge University Press.
If you have further enquiries about the journal, please contact Susan Hezlet, the LMS Publisher, at email@example.com
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