New Zealand Journal of Mathematics

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ISSN 1179-4984

Welcome to the home page of the New Zealand Journal of Mathematics. The New Zealand Journal of Mathematics is published by a joint committee of the New Zealand Mathematical Society and the Department of Mathematics of the University of Auckland. It publishes original research, expository or survey articles across a wide range of Mathematics. There are no page charges and all articles published are freely available through this website.

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Contact address

It is best to contact the NZJM through its electronic mail address: N. Z. J. Math. This address may be used for the submission of manuscripts as well as general enquiries.

Postal address: NZ Journal of Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, The University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand.


Preparation and submission of manuscripts

Research, expository or survey articles are solicited in any branch of pure or applied mathematics or mathematical statistics. Articles must be in English, with a short abstract and AMS subject-classification codes. Articles should be submitted to N. Z. J. Math and the covering email letter preferably will nominate an appropriate member of the Editorial Board to whom the editor may refer the article. The Editor or the member of the Board will decide whether to forward the article to an independent referee for comment and evaluation. Manuscripts should be prepared in AMS-TEX and submitted as a pdf. Authors are asked to certify that their contributions have not been submitted simultaneously to any other journal. If accepted then authors will be asked to submit the AMS-TEX file which will be used in the final preparation for publication.

Editorial and Production Staff

Editor of the NZ Journal of Mathematics - Shaun Cooper

Production Assistant - Jesse Hart

Editorial Board

Shaun Cooper (Editor), Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand. (Number Theory and Special Functions)

Astrid an Huef, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. (Functional Analysis, Operator Algebra, Associative Rings and Algebras)

Marston Conder, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. (Group theory, combinatorics, discrete structures)

Rod Downey, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand. (Mathematical Logic, Computational Complexity)

Tom ter Elst, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. (Operator theory, functional analysis and (elliptic) PDE)

Steven Galbraith, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. (Number theory, cryptography, algebraic geometry)

Rod Gover, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. (Differential geometry and its applications to geometric analysis)

Vaughan Jones, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.

Vivien Kirk, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. (Differential equations, dynamical systems)

Gaven Martin, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Robert McLachlan, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.

Eamonn O'Brien, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. (Group theory, computational algebra, algorithms)

Charles Semple, The University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. (Combinatorics, phylogenetics, matroid theory)

James Sneyd, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. (Mathematical Physiology and Cell Biology)

Winston Sweatman, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand. (Stellar Dynamics/Celestial Mechanics, Mathematical Modelling)



Publication

Since 2007, the New Zealand Journal of Mathematics has been published electronically only; hardcopies are no longer available. Very few hardcopies of back issues of either the New Zealand Journal of Mathematics or its predecessor the Mathematical Chronicle are available. Enquire to the Treasurer at the address above. For electronic access refer to the next paragraph.

Open access policy

Since 2007, the New Zealand Journal of Mathematics has made electronic copies of its articles freely available on this website by following the links below. The Journal adheres to the Budapest Open Access Initiative's definition of open access: that users have the right to "read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles."

Complete electronic sets of back issues of the Mathematical Chronicle and the New Zealand Journal of Mathematics are available through the Library of the University of Auckland.

Copyright and Republication

The New Zealand Journal of Mathematics does not claim copyright for material published; copyright remains with the author. If a third party wishes to reproduce part or all of an article appearing in the Journal then that party is asked to attribute the source as the New Zealand Journal of Mathematics with the volume, year and page numbers as appropriate.


Online Issues

Volume 46 2016

Volume 45 2015

Volume 44 2014

Volume 43 2013

Volume 42 2012

Volume 41 2011

Volume 40 2010

Volume 39 2009

Volume 38 2008

Volume 37 2008

Volume 36 2007

Back issues

Back issues to be made available online as time permits

Table of Contents

From volume 21 onwards the journal has been published as the New Zealand Journal of Mathematics. The following list shows the back issues of the NZJM and gives access to their tables of content. Ideally we will give access through the tables of content to the full papers. (Progress report: currently volumes 32(2)-35 are available.)



The first twenty volumes appeared under the name Mathematical Chronicle and were published by the Department of Mathematics at the University of Auckland. Read a brief history of the Mathematical Chronicle prepared in July 2014. The following list shows the month of appearance of the volumes; in the case of multiple months, the volumes appeared in two or more issues. Clicking on a particular volume gives authors, titles and page numbers for survey or research papers; commonly volumes also contained abstracts of the New Zealand Mathematics Colloquia as well as news items but these are not listed here.




Acknowledgement

The NZ Journal of Mathematics is produced using AMS-TeX, the TeX macro package of the American Mathematical Society. The assistance of Blue Sky Research, makers of Textures, is gratefully acknowledged.


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