ISSN 2306-6172(printed)
ISSN 2308-9822(online)
Eurasian Journal of Mathematical and Computer Applications


Eurasian Journal of Mathematical and Computer Applications (EJMCA) considers manuscripts on the strict condition that they have been submitted only to EJMCA, that they have not been published already, nor are they under consideration for publication or in press elsewhere. Contributions to Eurasian Journal of Mathematical and Computer must report original research or review articles on the subject of the Journal.
The decision on the acceptance is taken after a peer-reviewing procedure.
The manuscript and a scanned copy of a cover letter should be send via e-mail: and The manuscript should contain authors’ full name, institution data, email address.
The cover letter must be signed by all authors and written on the headed note-paper or attested by a stamp of the institution where the Corresponding Author works.
The letter must contain the following information:
• The Author to whom we should address our correspondence (in the event of multiple Authors, a single Corresponding Author must be named).
• A contact address, telephone/fax numbers and e-mail address (Editor office will receive PDF proofs by e-mail).
Other additional information is possible, such as
• The inclusion (or exclusion) of certain Reviewers. When providing the names of potential Reviewers, please supply their full contact details including an e-mail address.
Manuscript preparation
1. General guidelines
• Papers should be written in clear and concise English.
• Manuscripts should be compiled in the following order: main text; acknowledgments; appendices (as appropriate); references.
• Abstracts of 100-150 words are required for all papers submitted.
• Each paper should have 3-6 keywords. In addition to keywords, authors are encouraged to provide two to six AMS 2010 Mathematics Subject Classification codes .
• Section headings should be concise and numbered sequentially, using a decimal system for subsections.
• Formulas, theorems, corollaries, comments, etc. should be numbered separately. Numbers are only those formulas that are hereinafter referenced.
• Authors must adhere to SI units . Units are not italicised.
• When using a word which is or is asserted to be a proprietary term or trade mark, authors must use the symbol ® or ™.
2. Style guidelines
The manuscript should be prepared by using LaTeX (styles amsppt.sty, article.sty or amsart.cls). The electronic form of the manuscript should contain all necessary TEX-files, Figures, tables, and the main document in the PDF format.
Assistance with LaTeX can be found at the following web sites
When preparing a manuscript the special attention should be paid to the use of new command sequences, especially with parameters. Most standard tools of LaTex package should be used. It is extremely undesirable the use a blank space needlessly and redefine the command sequences. Mathematical scripts
• In both displayed equations and in text, scalar variables must be in italics, with non-variable matter in upright type.
• For simple fractions in the text, the solidus "/" should be used instead of a horizontal line, care being taken to insert parentheses where necessary to avoid ambiguity. Exceptions are the proper fractions available as single type on keyboards and in character sets (e.g. ¼, ½, ¾). • The solidus is not generally used for units: m s-¹ not m/s, but note electrons/s, counts/channel, etc.
• The following styles are preferred: upright bold sans serif r for tensors, bold serif italic r for vectors, upright bold serif for matrices, and medium-face sloping serif r for scalar variables. In mathematical expressions, the use of "d" for differential should be made clear and coded in roman, not italic.
• Braces, brackets and parentheses are used in the order { [( )] } , except where mathematical convention dictates otherwise (e.g. square brackets for commutators and anticommutators; braces for the exponent in exponentials).
• For units and symbols, the SI system should be used. Where measurements are given in other systems, conversion factors or conversions should be inserted by the author.

References should be collected at the end of the paper, numbered with Arabic numerals in citation order and surrounded by square brackets and must meet the standards. Please use abbreviations for titles of journals in accordance with those listed in Mathematical Reviews. References to unpublished work areundesirable. Style of \thebibliography\ must be used for references.
3. Figures
• Figures must be saved individually and separate to text. Figure captions must be saved as part of the file containing the complete text of the paper, and numbered correspondingly.

• Figures should be produced near the real size and not exceed 120mm in width, and 180mm in height. All figures must be numbered in the order in which they appear in the paper (e.g. figure 1, figure 2). In multi-part figures, each part should be labeled (e.g. figure 1(a), figure 1(b)).
• Figures must be of sufficiently high resolution (minimum 600 dpi)
• Figures that are in color will appear in black-and-white in the print edition, then it is preferable to prepare them in black-and-white or grey color scale. Color figures will be reproduced in color in the online edition of the journal free of charge. All figures will be reproduced without color in the print version.
• The filename for the graphic should be descriptive of the graphic, e.g. Figure1, Figure2a.
• Files should be saved a PostScript or EPS (encapsulated PostScript) file, and should contain all the necessary font information and the source file of the application (e.g. CorelDraw/Mac, CorelDraw/PC).
4. Manuscript submission
All submissions should be made online at the EJMCA site or send via e-mail: and
Manuscripts must be submitted in LaTeX and PDF.
LaTeX files should be converted to PDF prior to submission.
Free article access
As corresponding author, you will receive free access to electronic version of your published article.
5. Reproduction of copyright material
As an author, you are required to secure permission if you want to reproduce any figure, table, or extract from the text of another source.This applies to direct reproduction as well as 'derivative reproduction', where the contributor has created a new figure or table that derives substantially from a copyrighted source. Authors are themselves responsible for the payment of any permission fees required by the copyright owner. Copies of permission letters should be sent with the manuscript upon submission to the Editor(s).