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Journal of Symbolic Logic JOURNAL OF SYMBOLIC LOGIC
Publisher : Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL)

The Journal of Symbolic Logic publishes original scholarly work in symbolic logic. Founded in 1936, it has become the leading research journal in the field. The Journal intends to represent the entire field of symbolic logic, including its connections with mathematics and philosophy as well as newer aspects related to computer science and linguistics. It is issued quarterly.
Publisher : American Mathematical Society (AMS)

The Transactions of the American Mathematical Society is a monthly journal, published since 1900, and is devoted entirely to research in pure and applied mathematics. Iin general, includes longer papers than those in the Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society.
Publisher : American Mathematical Society (AMS)

Begun in 1950, the Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society is devoted entirely to research in pure and applied mathematics, principally to the publication of original papers of moderate length. A section called Shorter Notes was established to publish very short papers of unusually elegant and polished character for which there is normally no other outlet.
Publisher : Since January 2004, it has been published by the London Mathematical Society (LMS) on behalf of its owners, the Foundation Compositio Mathematica.

Compositio Mathematica is a prestigious, well-established journal publishing first-class research papers that traditionally focus on the mainstream of pure mathematics. It has a broad scope which includes the fields of algebra, number theory, topology, algebraic and analytic geometry and (geometric) analysis. Papers on other topics are welcome if they are of broad interest.

Publisher : London Mathematical Society (LMS)

A well-established journal with over thirty five years' coverage extending across the whole range of pure mathematics, together with some more applied areas of analysis, theoretical computing and mathematical physics. The Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society publishes important short research articles, authoritative survey articles and advanced expositions, often of an extensive nature, reviewing all major developments in an important area over many years. Occasional biographical articles are also published on the lives and mathematical achievements of distinguished mathematicians.
Advances in Mathematics ADVANCES IN MATHEMATICS
Publisher : Academic Press (AP), now part of Elsevier

Emphasizing contributions that represent significant advances in all areas of pure mathematics, Advances in Mathematics provides research mathematicians with an effective medium for communicating important recent developments in their areas of specialization to colleagues and to scientists in related disciplines.
Publisher : Springer-Verlag

Algorithmica is an international journal which publishes original papers on algorithms that are either (i) theoretical papers addressing problems arising in practical areas or (ii) experimental papers that have general appeal because of their practical importance or techniques. The fields of interest include algorithms in applied areas such as: VLSI, distributed computing, parallel processing, automated design, robotics, graphics, data base design, software tools, as well as algorithms in fundamental areas such as sorting, searching, data structures, computational geometry, and linear programming. It is expected that the areas covered by this journal will change as new tecnologies, methodologies and applications develop.
Random Structures and Algorithms RANDOM STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons

The aim of the Random Structures and Agorithms is to cover the latest research on discrete random structures, and to present applications of such research to problems in combinatorics and computer science. Results concerning random graphs, hypergraphs, matroids, trees, mappings, permutations, matrices, sets and orders, as well as stochastic graph processes and networks are presented with particular emphasis on the use of probabilistic methods in combinatorics as developed by Paul Erdős. The journal focuses on probabilistic algorithms, average case analysis of deterministic algorithms, and applications of probabilistic methods to cryptography, data structures, searching and sorting. The journal also devotes space to such areas of probability theory as percolation, random walks and combinatorial aspects of probability.

Topology and Its Applications TOPOLOGY AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Publisher : Elsevier

Topology and its Applications is primarily concerned with publishing original research papers of moderate length. The mathematical focus of the journal is that suggested by the title: Research in Topology. It is felt that it is inadvisable to attempt a definitive description of topology as understood for this journal. Certainly the subject includes the algebraic, general, geometric, and set-theoretic facets of topology as well as areas of interactions between topology and other mathematical disciplines, e.g. topological algebra, topological dynamics, functional analysis, category theory. Since the roles of various aspects of topology continue to change, the non-specific delineation of topics serves to reflect the current state of research in topology.
Publisher : Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, USA and Nipissing University, North Bay, Ontario, CA

Topology Proceedings publishes two issues each year. Issue No. 1 contains the proceedings of the Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference and it is published at Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, USA. Issue No. 2 contains the proceedings of the Summer Conference on General Topology and its Applications and it is published by Nipissing University, North Bay, Ontario, Canada. It publishes papers in all areas of topology and its applications.
Annals of Pure and Applied Logic ANNALS OF PURE AND APPLIED LOGIC
Publisher : Elsevier

The Annals of Pure and Applied Logic publishes papers and short monographs on topics of current interest in pure and applied logic, the foundations of mathematics and those areas of theoretical computer science and other disciplines which are of direct interest to mathematical logic. The Annals serves primarily but not exclusively as a vehicle for the publication of papers too long to be published promptly by other journals, but too short to form a separate book.
Publisher : Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Founded in 1920 by Zygmunt Janiszewski, Stefan Mazurkiewicz and Waclaw Sierpinski Fundamenta Mathematicae concentrates on papers devoted to Set Theory, Mathematical Logic and Foundations of Mathematics, Topology and its Interactions with Algebra, Dynamical Systems.

Journal of Algebra JOURNAL OF ALGEBRA
Publisher : Elsevier

The Journal of Algebra presents carefully selected articles concerning original research in the field of algebra. Articles from related research areas that have a significant bearing on algebra are also included. Topics Covered Include: Structure of finite groups and algebraic groups, Representation of finite groups, Combinatorics, Galois theory, Algebraic geometry, Ring theory, both commutative and non-commutative, Lie algebras, Jordan algebras, and super algebras, Kac-Moody algebras, Quantum groups.
Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra JOURNAL OF PURE AND APPLIED ALGEBRA
Publisher : Elsevier

The Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra concentrates on that part of algebra likely to be of general mathematical interest: algebraic results with immediate applications, and the development of algebraic theories of sufficiently general relevance to allow for future applications.
Archive for Mathematical Logic ARCHIVE FOR MATHEMATICAL LOGIC
Publisher : Springer-Verlag

The Archive for Mathematical Logic publishes research papers and occasionally surveys or expositions on mathematical logic. Contributions are also welcomed from other related areas, such as theoretical computer science or philosophy, as long as the methods of mathematical logic play a significant role. The journal therefore addresses logicians and mathematicians, computer scientists, and philosophers who are interested in the applications of mathematical logic in their own field, as well as its interactions with other areas of research.
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons

The Mathematical Logic Quarterly is a journal for Mathematical Logic, Foundations of Mathematics, and Logical Aspects of Theoretical Computer Science Mathematical Logic Quarterly publishes original contributions on mathematical logic and foundations of mathematics and related areas, such as general logic, model theory, recursion theory, set theory, proof theory and constructive mathematics, algebraic logic, nonstandard models, and logical aspects of theoretical computer science.

Israel Journal of Mathematics ISRAEL JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICS
Publisher : The Hebrew University Magnes Press

The Israel Journal of Mathematics publishes research papers of the highest quality in a wide spectrum of mathematical fields. The range of areas represented by its Editorial Board includes set theory, logic, model theory, algebra, group theory, number theory, analysis, functional analysis, ergodic theory, geometry, algebraic topology, combinatorics, theoretical computer science and applied mathematics. Six volumes of approximately 380 pages each are published annually.
Publisher : Mathematical Publishing

Mathematical Research Letters (MRL) is dedicated to rapid publication of short complete papers of original research in all areas of mathematics. Expository papers and research announcements of exceptional interest are also occasionally published.
Proceedings of the Hajnal Conference PROCEEDINGS OF THE HAJNAL CONFERENCE
Publisher : American Mathematical Society, DIMACS

This volume presents the proceedings from the Mid-Atlantic Mathematical Logic Seminar (MAMLS) conference held in honor of András Hajnal at the DIMACS Center, Rutgers University. Many of the current active areas of set theory are represented in this volume. It includes research papers on combinatorial set theory, set theoretic topology, descriptive set theory, and set theoretic algebra. There are valuable surveys on combinatorial set theory, fragments of the proper forcing axiom, and the reflection properties of stationary sets.

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