CAMCoS accepts innovative papers in all areas where mathematics and applications interact. In particular, the journal welcomes papers where an idea is followed from beginning to end — from an abstract beginning to a piece of software, or from a computational observation to a mathematical theory.
CAMCoS publishes high-quality original contributions to
applied mathematics and computational science, with an emphasis on work
where both the mathematics and the algorithms are of interest and where
the mathematical outlook is at least partially new.
The fields covered include the solution of ordinary, partial and
stochastic differential equations; integral equations; numerical and
analytical methods for fluid dynamics, biology, quantum and statistical
mechanics; multiscale and underresolved problems; computational
probability and Monte-Carlo methods. The emphasis in papers should be on
methods and tools rather than on the specific physical conclusions in
is published by
(Mathematical Sciences Publishers), alongside
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Editors evaluate submitted papers strictly on the basis of scientific merit
with the help of peer review reports,
without regard to authors’ nationality, country of residence,
institutional affiliation, gender, ethnic origin, religion, or political views.
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.