Mathematica Bohemica

Founded: 1872

Published by: Institute of Mathematics, Czech Academy of Sciences

MATHEMATICA BOHEMICA publishes original research papers of high scientific quality in mathematics. Although under a new title, it is the continuation of the renowned Časopis pro pěstování mathematiky a fysiky (Journal for Cultivation of Mathematics and Physics) founded in 1872. The journal is published quarterly in issues of about 110 pages each. The content is published solely in English. Manuscripts of papers intended for publication should be prepared according to the instructions for authors and submitted through the electronic Journal System, there the authors can chceck the status of their submissions during the peer-review process.

On January 1, 2019 Mathematica Bohemica became an open access journal. Starting with the first issue of volume 144 (2019), all the published content of Mathematica Bohemica including online first papers will be freely available on the website of the Institute of Mathematics, in the Czech Digital Mathematics Library and in the European Digital Mathematics Library without delay.

The journal does not charge any article processing charges or submission charges.

We endorse the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities signed by the Czech Academy of Sciences in 2008. Mathematica Bohemica supports an open access policy according to BOAI. The content of Mathematica Bohemica is published under the Creative Commons public licence CC BY-NC-ND allowing to download, share, and re-use the content provided it is not changed, not used commercially, and the author(s) and the source are properly acknowledged and cited. Authors hold and retain the copyright for their published papers.

Mathematica Bohemica will continue to be indexed and abstracted in zbMATH, MathSciNet, EBSCO Discovery Service, and Scopus, as well as in Web of Science within the Emerging Sources Citation Index. The journal will also apply to be accepted to the Directory of Open Access Journals.

Editor-in-Chief: Dagmar Medková

Editorial Board:
Leonid Berezansky (Beer Sheva), Functional differential equations, Stability, Oscillation
Simion Breaz (Cluj-Napoca), Algebra, Modulus, Rings, Categories
Josef Diblík (Brno), Ordinary differential equations, Functional differential equations, Difference equations
Michela Eleuteri (Modena-Reggio Emilia), Partial differential equations, Calculus of variations, Systems with hysteresis
Reinhard Farwig (Darmstadt), Partial differential equations, Mathematical fluid mechanics
Clemens Fuchs (Salzburg), Number theory, Arithmetic algebraic geometry
Javier Gutiérrez García (Bilbao), General topology, Many-valued (fuzzy) topology, Pointfree topology
Radomír Halaš (Olomouc), Algebra, Partially ordered sets and structures, Algebraic logic
Stanisława Kanas (Rzeszów), Complex analysis
Mikhail Klin (Beer Sheva), Algebraic graph theory, Finite permutation groups, Computer algebra, Use of group theory in mathematical chemistry
Alexandr Lomtatidze (Brno), Qualitative theory of ordinary and functional differential equations
Dagmar Medková (Praha), Potential theory, Integral equation method
Miroslav Ploščica (Košice), Universal algebra, Lattice theory, Ordered structures
Marek Ptak (Kraków), Operator theory, Functional analysis
Pavel Pyrih (Praha), General topology, Continuum theory
Sándor Radeleczki (Miskolc), Lattice theory, Partially ordered sets and structures, Universal algebra, Rough set theory
Grigore Salagean (Cluj-Napoca), Complex analysis
Jean-Sébastien Sereni (Strasbourg), Graph theory, Combinatorics
Jiří Spurný (Praha), Functional analysis, Measure and integration
Laurian Suciu (Sibiu), Functional analysis, Operator theory, Ergodic theory
Riste Škrekovski (Ljubljana), Graph colorings, Hypercubes, Chemical graph theory, Large network
Jiří Šremr (Brno), Ordinary and functional differential equations, Boundary value problems, Oscillation theory

Executive Editor: Gabriela Javůrková

Chief of Production: Karel Horák

Editorial Office

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ISSN: 0862-7959 (Print)
ISSN: 2464-7136 (On-line)

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