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Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and theoretical


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Proceedings of the Physical Society / General

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0022-3689; 1751-8113; 0305-4470; 0301-00
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A major journal of theoretical physics reporting research on the mathematical structures that describe fundamental processes of the physical world and on the analytical, computational and numerical methods for exploring these structures. Each issue of the journal is split into six sections: statistical physics; chaotic and complex systems; mathematical physics; quantum mechanics and quantum information theory; classical and quantum field theory, and fluid and plasma theory. To be acceptable for publication in the journal papers must make significant, original and correct contributions to one or more of the topics within these sections. Mathematical papers should be clearly motivated by actual or potential application to physical phenomena.

Research papers. Reports of original research work; not normally more than 8500 words (14 journal pages).

Fast Track Communications. Outstanding short papers reporting new and timely developments in mathematical and theoretical physics. These high-quality articles will be of importance to readers of Journal of Physics A but are not expected to meet any criterion of `general interest'. Conjectural articles are welcomed. We urge authors to restrict the length of their article to 8 journal pages (5000 words).

Topical reviews. Review articles commissioned by the Editorial Board.

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