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Electronic Journal of Differential Equations (EJDE)
 
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Julio G. Dix, Southwest Texas State University.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2002 3:36 pm    
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Electronic Journal of Differential Equations (EJDE)

ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (EJDE)

Mathematicians at Southwest Texas State University and
at the University of North Texas have collaborated to
establish a new journal, the ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (EJDE). The EJDE will be a strictly
electronic journal dealing with all aspects of differential
equations. Articles will be submitted as TeX files, sent to
referees electronically, and then disseminated electronically,
free of charge.
Although the time between submission and dissemination
will be greatly reduced, only original research of high
quality will be accepted. Each article will be subject to as
rigid a peer review process as is applied by the finest of
today's printed journals. The EJDE is calling for papers
now. There are no page charges.
The EJDE can be accessed via ftp (login: ftp), gopher, and
telnet (login: ejde) to "ejde.math.swt.edu" or to
"ejde.math.unt.edu". Examples illustrating these options are:

1. "telnet ejde.math.swt.edu", login: "ejde" . (It may be
necessary to set your terminal to emulate a VT100.)
2. "telnet e-math.ams.com", login: "e-math", password: "e-math",
select "Mathematical Publications", then "Other Mathematical
Publications", and then "Electronic Journal of Differential
Equations".
3. "ftp ejde.math.swt.edu", login: "ftp", and "cd pub".
4. Provided that the gopher-client software is loaded on the
reader's computer."gopher ejde.math.unt.edu".

Readers can transfer the TeX and Postscript files to
their own computers and then read them or print hard copies.
A free subscription to the abstracts of new articles in
the EJDE is available by sending an e-mail message to
"subs@ejde.math.swt.edu". Suggestions and comments should be sent
to "editor@ejde.math.unt.edu" or to "editor@ejde.math.swt.edu".
Identical copies of the EJDE will be originated and
maintained at Southwest Texas State University and at the
University of North Texas. For posterity and for interlibrary
loan, a hard copy exists in the libraries at both institutions.
The Managing Editors of EJDE are Alfonso Castro, Julio
Dix, Gregory Passty, and Ricardo Torrejon.
The Editorial Board consists of
P. Bates (Brigham Young University), A. Bloch (Ohio State University),
J. Bona (Pennsylvania State University), K. J. Brown (Heriot-Watt University),
L. Caffarelli (Institute for Advanced Study), C. Castillo-Chavez (Cornell),
C. Chui (Texas A & M University), M. Crandall (University of California at
Santa Barbara), E. Di Benedetto (Northwestern University), G. B. Ermentrout
(University of Pittsburgh), J. Escobar (Indiana University), L. C. Evans
(University of California at Berkeley), J. Goldstein (Louisiana State
University), C. Groetsch (University of Cincinnati), I. Herbst (University
of Virginia), C. Kenig (University of Chicago), R. Kohn (Courant Institute),
A. Lazer (Miami University), J. Neuberger (University of North Texas),
P. H. Rabinowitz (University of Wisconsin), R. Shivaji (Mississippi State
University), R. Showalter (University of Texas), H. Smith (Arizona State
University), P. Souganidis (University of Wisconsin), N. Walkington
(Carnegie-Mellon University),
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