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Content.  The Canadian Applied Mathematics Quarterly will consider for publication original research articles related to the applications of mathematics. All articles submitted should establish a strong connection between the mathematics and applications. Papers which develop new mathematical theories based upon scientific principles and/or the analysis of data are particularly encouraged. We also encourage outstanding surveys, and we will consider devoting a single issue to papers presented at a particularly relevant applied workshop or from a conference organized by an applied mathematics organization.

Submissions.  The Canadian Applied Mathematics Quarterly is pleased to accept submissions as TeX files prepared on any standard word processor and attached to an email. We can also retrieve TeX files from your anonymous FTP server. It helps us if you are able to also send the associated dvi or a pdf version of the dvi. Hard copies by regular mail are also acceptable -- please send three copies, typed single sided. English and French are the preferred languages. To assist referees, please also send unpublished references which are germane to your manuscript.
 
Computer files can be emailed directly to Dana McCallum ( camq@math.ualberta.ca ).
 
Hardcopy manuscripts should be submitted to:
 
CAMQ, Applied Mathematics Institute
Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta
Canada T6G 2G1

Joint Authorship.  In case of joint authorship, the corresponding author should be clearly identified in the accompanying email/letter and on the title page.

Proofs.  Authors receive only page proofs for corrections.

Page Charges, Reprints.  There are no page charges. CAMQ does not provide reprints. Each author will receive a pdf file of his/her paper exactly as it appeared in CAMQ, complete with running headers and correct pagination. Those authors who do not have email will be sent a hardcopy of this pdf version of their paper.

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