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Manuscripts are accepted for review with the understanding that the same work is not concurrently submitted elsewhere. As even minor revisions are generally not permitted, authors should read carefully all the details listed below. For a paper to be acceptable for publication, not only should it contain new and interesting results but also
Authors should submit three clean, high quality copies to:
Unless requested at the time, material submitted to the BULLETIN will usually not be returned.
1. ReferencesArrange references alphabetically (by surname of the first author) and cite them numerically in the text. Ensure the references are quoted accurately, and use the standard abbreviations for journal names prepared by the American Mathematical Society (these are available each year in Mathematical Reviews or from the Mathematical Reviews Resources page at the American Mathematical Society's web site). Include in the list of references only those works cited, and avoid citing works which are ``in preparation" or ``submitted". Where the work cited is not readily accessible (for example, a preprint) a photocopy of the title page and relevant sections of the copy that you have used will be of great help to the editors.
3. Subject ClassificationAuthors should include in their papers one or more classification numbers, following the 2000 Mathematics Subject Classification. Details of this scheme can be found in the Annual Index of recent issues of Mathematical Reviews, or from the Mathematical Reviews Resources page at the American Mathematical Society's web site.
4. Abstracts of Ph.D. ThesesThe BULLETIN of the Australian Mathematical Society publishes "Abstracts of Australasian Ph.D. Theses". The abstract submitted to the BULLETIN may be the abstract included in the thesis itself. However, the BULLETIN will accept abstracts of up to 3 pages, and the abstract in the BULLETIN may include references. All the mathematical sciences are covered, including pure and applied mathematics, probability and mathematical statistics, mathematical physics, and mathematical computer science.
Ph.D. students must provide a typed version, and preferably a TeX file, of their abstract. This should be sent to the BULLETIN Office in Queensland. Apart from the abstract itself, the BULLETIN also needs the following information:
Publication is fast, usually within 9 months of the approval of the degree. Abstracts must be received within six months of the approval of the degree. Students are entitled to 50 free offprints, and may order more at a moderate cost, using an order form which comes with the proofs.
5. Electronic Manuscripts
The BULLETIN is produced using AMSTeX. Authors who are able to do so are invited to prepare their manuscripts using TeX (we accept plain TeX, AMSTeX, or LaTeX) and submit text on an IBM PC compatible diskette or via e-mail to email@example.com. [Typed manuscripts are, of course, still acceptable].
If there are any mistakes in this statement of the rules for article submission,
please report them to: firstname.lastname@example.org