ISSN (on-line): 1776-0852.
ISSN (print): 1402-9251.
Please note that the latest volumes of JNMP are co-published with Taylor and Francis. They can be found on the T&F website.
JNMP is issue-based. 4 regular issues are published per year.
The indexing and reviewing of Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics is done by:
AMS Mathematical Reviews (All issues, Vol. 1 of 1994 and onward)
Current Mathematical Publications,
MathSciNet (online and CD-rom version).
The Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) (Vol. 5 of 1998 and onward)
SciSearch (Science Citation Index Expanded),
Current Contents /Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences,
CompuMath Citation Index
ISI's Alerting Services (includes Research Alert).
Zentralblatt MATH (All issues, Vol. 1 of 1994 and onward)
Edited by the European Math Society, Heidelberg Academy and FIZ Karlsruhe,
a non-profit federal institute, scientific Blue List,
supported by the federal ministry of research and education in Germany.
JNMP is co-published with Taylor and Francis and we apply the T&F copyright policy regarding the published papers. Once the paper is ready for publication, T&F requires a copyright transfer. A copyright license form will be sent to you when you receive the proofs of your paper that is to be published. Please do not send the filled out license form to us by post, but send it back by email only.
For more information on T&F's copyright policy, please refer to this page.
It is also possible to publish your paper in Open Access mode. For more details, please check the T&F OA-page.
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To guarantee permanent archiving, Atlantis Press collaborates with the KB National Library of the Netherlands. All volumes of this journal are uploaded to its e-depot after publication.