This journal is closed to new submissions.
Submitting a revised version
If you wish to upload a revision of a previously submitted article, use the status link contained in the email you received from us about your previous submission. If you cannot find the link, then write to us.
In preparing your revised version, you are encouraged to use the LMS class file which, if the paper is accepted, will make it easier to compare the proofs with your version; see further down this page for details on how to obtain the class file. The LMS JCM is available to readers free of charge, and therefore any help authors can provide in preparing their manuscript is appreciated.
Authors may prepare their revised version in the ’LMS’ document class for LaTeX2e. The class file and its accompanying, concise author guide can be downloaded here.
Please remember that only the PDF file should be submitted electronically. Even if you have prepared your paper using our class file, we do not want to receive the .tex files unless and until the paper has been finally accepted for publication by the Editors.
Please read the Instructions for Authors for further information.
Note regarding U.K. research funding
This journal is compliant with the RCUK (Research Councils of the United Kingdom) Policy on Access to Research Outputs. Click here for details.
- Upon acceptance, you will agree to grant an exclusive publishing licence to the Society. See the sample publishing agreement. (The LMS JCM does not claim copyright of papers that it publishes.)
- You may also post electronic versions of your paper, up to the version accepted for publication, on your personal or institutional web page or in an electronic archive, provided that you give a journal reference to the published version (a DOI, published page numbers, or 'to appear'). You should also include a statement that the two versions are different.
A summary of archiving policies and publishing rights for the LMS JCM can be found here.
Paper management system
The LMS uses the journal management software EditFlow, a registered trademark of Mathematical Sciences Publishers. Further information about the EditFlow software is available here.
Submitted by Ola Tornkvist on 27 October, 2015 17:03