Japanese Journal of Mathematics
The official journal of the Mathematical Society of Japan, the Japanese Journal of Mathematics is devoted to authoritative research survey articles that will promote future progress in mathematics. It encourages advanced and clear expositions, giving new insights on topics of current interest from broad perspectives and/or reviewing all major developments in an important area over many years. An eminent international mathematics journal, the Japanese Journal of Mathematics has been published since 1924. It is an ideal resource for a wide range of mathematicians extending beyond a small circle of specialists.
8 Volumes 16 Issues 66 Articles available from 2006 - 2013Browse Volumes & Issues
Robert Seiringer (September 2013)
Narutaka Ozawa (March 2013)
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