International Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics
Int J Comput Appl Math
The International Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics (IJCAM) is an international research journal, which publishes top-level work on computational aspects of mathematics interface between applied mathematics, numerical computation, and applications of systems - oriented ideas to the physical, biological, social, and behavioral sciences. It includes but not limited to areas of mathematics such as algebra (especially group theory), combinatorics (especially graph theory), geometry, number theory and numerical analysis; computational complexity; cryptology; symbolic and algebraic computation; optimisation; the mathematical aspects of: models of computation; automata theory; categories and logic in computer science; proof theory; type theory; semantics of programming languages; process algebra and concurrent systems; specification and verification; databases; rewriting; neural nets and genetic algorithms; computational learning theory; theorem proving and more.
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