Banach Journal of Mathematical Analysis
An International Electronic Journal
Aims and Scope:
"Banach Journal of Mathematical Analysis" (BJMA) is an international and peer-reviewed electronic journal presenting papers on functional analysis, operator theory and related topics. The journal focuses on (but is not limited to) Hilbert spaces, normed spaces, normed algebras, normed modules, operator algebras, operator spaces, topological algebras, homology of Banach algebras, linear operators, matrix analysis, norm and operator inequalities, normed aspects of functional equations, stability of functional equations, approximation theory, harmonic analysis, Fourier analysis, spectral theory and non-commutative geometry. The journal is composed of original research and survey articles.
Indexing and reviewing:
BJMA is indexed or reviewed by Scopus, Zentralblatt für Mathematik (Zbl), MathSciNet, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, JournalSeek, GoogleScholar, Open-J-Gate, Mathematical Reviews (MR), EMIS ELibM, Current Mathematical Publications, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Academic keys, Wikipedia, EBSCO Publishing, Digital Mathematics Registry, Scirus.
· BJMA has been selected for coverage in the Elsevier Bibliographic Databases SCOPUS since 2009.
· BJMA is now a partner in Project Euclid (Duke University Press).
· Thomson ISI Database has entered BJMA into its journal tracking system for evaluation (for possible coverage in Thomson ISI’s products).
The journal has an international perspective. It includes papers from scholars from all over the world. The BJMA is useful not only for analysts and graduate students working in mathematical analysis and related topics but also for other non-specialists interested in functional analysis. At present, it is published only electronically. The BJMA is an open access journal - available free of charge.
Banach Mathematical Research Group (BMRG) - Non-profit
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Founder & Editor-in-chief:
Sal Moslehian (
B. Arveson (
Mati Abel (Estonia), Dale E. Alspach (USA), Kenneth S. Berenhaut (USA), Matej Brešar (Slovenia), Luis P. Castro (Portugal), Jacek Chmieliński (Poland), Krzysztof Ciesielski (Poland), Michael Frank (Germany), Masatoshi Fujii (Japan), Niels Grønbæk (Denmark), José M. Isidro Gomez (Spain), Krzysztof Jarosz (USA), Maria Joiţa (Romania), Soon-Mo Jung (South Korea), Fuad Kittaneh (Jordan), Zinaida Lykova (UK), Warren B. Moors (New Zealand), Zsolt Páles (Hungary), Lars-Erik Persson (Sweden), Thomas Riedel (USA), Prasanna K. Sahoo (USA), Michael Skeide (Italy), Toshiyuki Sugawa (Japan), László Székelyhidi (Hungary), Armando R. Villena (Spain), Fuzhen Zhang (USA).
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