The New York Journal of Mathematics was established in 1993 as the first
electronic general mathematics journal in the world. It is an open access journal, which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. The journal is also completely free to the author.
We offer rapid publication of high quality research articles in all areas of mathematics. To be published in the New York Journal of Mathematics, a paper must be new, correct, significant, and interesting to a broad audience. Papers submitted to the journal are refereed in the traditional manner under the direction of our distinguished editorial board. Each submitted paper undergoes a single-blind peer review process, in which the referees know who the authors are, but the authors have no information on the referees. Based on initial screening or full referee reports, the handling editor either rejects a submission or recommends acceptance of the manuscript to the editor-in-chief. Final decision of acceptance is made by the editor-in-chief in consultation with members of the editorial board. The journal and its editorial board follow the American Mathematical Society's
In addition to research papers, the New York Journal of Mathematics also publishes high quality books and special volumes. Proposals for such publication projects go through a rigorous review process as well.
Our papers are presented in pdf with numerous cross-reference links for ease of
electronic browsing. One version has the links highlighted for viewing. In the other they are black for
Papers published in the NYJM are treated as in traditional journals, with no changes permitted after publication.
We also offer some services that may be updated, such as links to related works
and archives of supporting materials (e.g., computer programs used for calculations in the paper).