Aims and Scope

Acta Universitatis Matthiae Belii, series Mathematics (shortly, Acta Univ. M. Belii Ser. Math.), was
founded in 1993 and till 2020 it published original research articles and survey papers in selected
areas of mathematics and theoretical computer science. From 2021 it only accepts quality survey papers
(of length at least 20 pages) in selected areas of mathematics and theoretical computer science. Saying
in a pragmatic way, we define the areas of interest of the journal as the union of the areas of interest
of the members of the Editorial Board. Occasionally, valuable survey papers dealing with applications of
mathematics in other fields can also be published.

Acta Universitatis Matthiae Belii, series Mathematics is covered by Mathematical
Rewiews and Zentralblatt
MATH. The Printed edition ended in 2020 and from 2021 the journal exists only in its electronic (Online)
edition.

Editorial office address

Department of Mathematics

Faculty of Natural Sciences

Tajovského
40

974 01 Banská Bystrica

Slovakia

Communication via e-mail
is preferred.

Editions

Online edition ISSN 1338-7111

Online edition of Acta Universitatis Matthiae Belii series Mathematics was founded in 2013 to make the
publication process more flexible and to shorten it. From 2021 every article accepted for publication in
Acta UMB Math appears only in the Online edition. The survey article is published immediately after passing
refereeing and publication process.

Printed edition ISSN 1338-712X,
discontinued after Volume 28 (2020)

Printed edition of Acta Universitatis Matthiae Belii series Mathematics was the only edition of the journal
since its foundation in 1993 till 2012. Between 2013 and 2020, the volumes of the Printed edition were
published once a year, usually at the end of the calendar year. Each printed volume contained contributions
from Online edition selected by Editorial Board. Special volumes were occasionally also published in the
Printed edition; conference proceedings or volumes dedicated to an anniversary of a recognised
mathematician.

Submissions

Submissions are still made electronically to the

Editorial Office mailbox;
please see the

Instructions for
Authors. The authors are obliged to suggest their preferred

*Responsible
Editor* chosen from the

Editorial Board.