The normal language used by the
journal is English. Articles written in other languages are
acceptable, provided your chosen editor is comfortable with the language
and you supply an additional English version of the abstract.
AGT maintains very strict standards, leading the editors to be highly selective.
Longer articles will be held to a proportionally higher standard.
Preparing your article for Algebraic and Geometric
At the time of submission you need only supply a PDF file.
Once accepted for publication, the paper must be supplied in
LaTeX, preferably using the journal's class file.
For more information on preparing articles in LaTeX for publication in AGT,
consult the LaTeX instructions.
If your paper has previously been deposited on the arXiv,
we will need its arXiv number at acceptance time.
This allows us to deposit the DOI of the published version on the paper's
should be listed alphabetically at the end of the paper. All references
in the bibliography should be cited at least once in the text. Use of
BibTeX is preferred but not required. Any bibliographical citation
style may be used, but will be converted to the house style
(see a current issue for examples).
Figures, whether prepared
electronically or hand-drawn, must be of publication
Fuzzy or sloppily drawn figures will not be accepted. For labeling
figure elements consider the
pinlabel LaTeX package,
but other methods are fine if the result is editable. If you're not sure
whether your figures are acceptable,
production by sending an email to:
Page proofs will be made
available to authors (or to the designated corresponding author)
at a Web site in PDF format. Failure to acknowledge the receipt of
proofs or to return corrections within the requested deadline may
cause publication to be postponed.
This journal operates a single-anonymized review process (the names of the reviewers are hidden from the author).
All contributions will be initially assessed by an editor for suitability for the journal.
Papers deemed suitable are then typically sent to a minimum of one independent expert reviewer to assess the scientific quality of the paper.
The editors are responsible for the final decision regarding acceptance or rejection of articles.
The editors’ decisions are final.
Editors are not involved in decisions about papers which they have written themselves.