
SCOPE OF THE JOURNAL Journal of Computational Analysis and Applications
A quartely international publication of Eudoxus Press, LLC.
Editor in Chief: George Anastassiou
Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Memphis
Memphis, TN 381523240, U.S.A.

The main purpose of "Computational Analysis and Applications" is to publish high quality research articles from all subareas of Computational Mathematical Analysis and its many potential applications and connections to other areas of Mathematical Sciences.
Any paper whose approach and proofs are computational,using methods from Mathematical Analysis in the broadest sense is suitable and welcome for consideration in our journal, except from Applied Numerical Analysis articles. The list of possibly connected mathematical areas with this publication includes, but is not restricted to: Applied Analysis, Applied Functional Analysis, Approximation Theory, Asymptotic Analysis, Difference Equations, Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Fourier Analysis, Fractals, Fuzzy Sets, Harmonic Analysis, Inequalities, Integral Equations, Measure Theory, Moment Theory, Neural Networks, Numerical Functional Analysis, Potential Theory, Probability Theory, Real and Complex Analysis, Signal Analysis, Special Functions, Splines, Stochastic Analysis, Stochastic Processes, Summability, Tomography, Wavelets, any combination of the above, e.t.c.
Working Analytically and Computationally in Mathematical Sciences has become a main trend in the last years,as well as mixing different branches,so we can understand better and deeper the important and complex problems of our real and scientific world.
"Computational Analysis and Applications" will be a peerreviewed Journal.
We are calling for papers for possible publication. The contributor should send (by regular, unregistered, mail) three hard copies of the contribution to the editor inChief typed using TEX or LATEX double spaced and submit, by email, the TEX/LATEX source file along with a PDF file of the submission. [ See: Instructions to Contributors]

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