Manuscript Submission

Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement

Our publication ethics and publication malpractice statement is based on the Code of Conduct and Best-Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors (Committee on Publication Ethics, 2011, see COPE).

Online Editorial Submission System

All manuscripts should be submitted online. To do so, just follow the link CJM Editorial System. 

Instructions for authors

Manuscripts should be written in English, following the style of our journal in what concerns the technical preparation of the papers. The manuscripts must be prepared in LATEX macro package, and should be submitted electronically (through the online submission platform above).

The template and style of our journal could be downloaded from [ Template , Style file].

The manuscripts will include the full address (es) of the author (s), with E-mail address (es), an abstract not exceeding 150 words, 2020 Mathematics Subject Classification, Key words and phrases.

The submission of a manuscript for publication in our journal implies that the paper has not been published, nor is being considered for publication elsewhere and this is also viewed as the author’s copyright transfer in case the manuscript is accepted.

Authors should note that an accepted manuscript, in its final form, may be slightly edited by our technical editors for readability and for compliance with the style of our journal but the main responsability for preparing the manuscripts in accordance with the journal’s template belongs to the author (s). The galley proofs are usually sent to the authors.

Important notice

In order to limit the number of submissions simultaneously in the refereeing process, the local Editorial Board decided that any contributor to CJM is allowed to submit only one manuscript as (co-)author within twelve consecutive months.

REFERENCES

References should be listed in alphabetical order. The following style, similar to MathScinet, should be used:

[1] Al-Homidan, S. Semi-definite programming for the nearest circulant semi-definite matrix problem. {\em Carpathian J. Math.} {\bf 37} (2021), no. 1, 13–22.

[2] \c Tical\u a, C.; Zelina, I. New ant colony optimization algorithm in medical images edge detection. {\em Creat. Math. Inform.} {\bf 29} (2020), no. 1, 101–108.

[4] Berinde, V. {\em Iterative approximation of fixed points}. Second edition. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 1912.  Springer, Berlin, 2007.