Applicable Analysis
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URL | http://www.researchgate.net/journal/0003-6811_Applicable_Analysis |
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Country | United Kingdom |
About the journal
Applicable Analysis is concerned primarily with analysis that has application to scientific and engineering problems. Papers should indicate clearly an application of the mathematics involved. On the other hand, papers that are primarily concerned with modeling rather than analysis are outside the scope of the journal. General areas of analysis that are welcomed contain the areas of differential and integral equations, nonlinear analysis, applied functional analysis, theoretical numerical analysis and approximation theory. Areas of application, for instance, include the use of homogenization theory for electromagnetic phenomena, acoustic vibrations and other problems with mulitple space and time scales, inverse problems for medical imaging and geophysics, variational methods for moving boundary problems, convex analysis for theoretical mechanics and analytical methods for spatial bio-mathematical models. All published research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous refereeing by independent expert referees.
Articles
- Paul L. Butzer, Paulo J S G Ferreira, J. R. Higgins, G. Schmeisser, R. Stens. The Sampling Theorem, Poisson's Summation Formula, General Parseval Formula, Reproducing Kernel Formula and the Paley-Wiener Theorem for Bandlimited Signals --- Their Interconnections. Applicable Analysis, vol. 90, no. 3, p. 431-461, March 2011
- Paul L. Butzer, M. M. Dodson, Paulo J S G Ferreira, J. R. Higgins, O. Lange, P. Seidler, R. L. Stens. Multiplex signal transmission and the development of sampling techniques: the work of Herbert Raabe in contrast to that of Claude Shannon. Applicable Analysis, vol. 90, no. 3, p. 643-688, March 2011
Impact factor
The impact factor of Applicable Analysis is as follows:
Year | Impact |
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2014 | 0.684 |
2012 | 0.710 |
2011 | 0.744 |
2010 | 0.633 |
2009 | 0.613 |