The journal aims to serve an interdisciplinary community which needs to use mathematical techniques in the development of computational analysis and engineering methodology, in order to better solve real life problems such as noise, vibration, energy, civil engineering, etc. It also aims to bridge the subject areas of mathematics, classical computer science, engineering, and future generation computational analysis.
- The journal is fundamentally different from many journals of numerical analysis, computational analysis, and algorithms. The acceptance of papers is judged on the use of mathematical techniques and/or engineering methodology in the computational analysis, and in the engineering of the solutions and simulations of complex industrial and real life systems.
- Articles describing carefully tested computational techniques, including post-processing visualisation, for real life systems are welcome on the basis of the above criteria.
- Articles dealing with mathematical models, computational analysis, and computational processes, must be driven by applications with industrial and real life relevance and are judged on the basis of the above criteria.
- Longer papers which survey recent progress in the field of computational technology and algorithms are also published.
- Articles dealing with numerical analysis or mathematical analysis alone will not be accepted.
* Please note reports are dispatched on a quarterly basis. The subscriptions will run from Jan – Dec. Subscriptions will be backdated to the beginning of the year of order for all titles and will not include the following year.
Editorial Board Europe representative: Professor F. Magoulés, Ecole Central, France
Asia representative: Professor T. Tang, The Hong Kong Baptist University, China
North America representative: Professor V. Voller, University of Minnesota, USA
Professor T. Korakianitis (T. Alexandra), Queen Mary College, University of London, UK
Professor X.-C. Cai, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Professor S. Cox, University of Southampton, UK
Professor C. C. Douglas, Yale University, USA
Professor M. S. Espedal, University of Bergen, Norway
Professor Q. Guo, Wuhan University of Technology, China
Professor T. Kako, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan
Professor G. Lube, University of Gottingen, German
Professor Y. Maday, Université Paris VI, France
Professor L. Pavarino, University of Milano, Italy
Professor K. A. Pericleous, University of Greenwich, UK
Professor S. Vandewalle, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Professor A.E.P. Veldman, Groningen University, the Netherlands
Professor A. Y. Zomaya, The University of Western Australia, Australia