*Aequationes Mathematicae*

* Aequationes Mathematicae* is a mathematical journal. It is primarily devoted to functional equations, but also publishes papers in dynamical systems, combinatorics, and geometry.

^{[1]}As well as publishing regular journal submissions on these topics, it also regularly reports on international symposia on functional equations and produces bibliographies on the subject.

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Discipline | Mathematics |
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Language | English |

Edited by | Zsolt Páles |

Publication details | |

Publication history | 1968 to present |

Publisher | |

Frequency | Bimonthly |

Standard abbreviations | |

Aequ. Math. | |

Aequationes Math. | |

Indexing | |

ISSN | 0001-9054 (print) 1420-8903 (web) |

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János Aczél founded the journal in 1968 at the University of Waterloo, in part because of the long publication delays of up to four years in other journals at the time of its founding.^{[2]}^{[3]}
It is currently published by Springer Science+Business Media, with Zsolt Páles of the University of Debrecen as its editor in chief. János Aczél remains its honorary editor in chief.^{[4]}

As of 2016^{[update]} it was listed as a second-quartile mathematics journal by SCImago Journal Rank.^{[1]}

## ReferencesEdit

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^{a}^{b}"Aequationes Mathematicae",*Scimago Journal & Country Rank*, retrieved 2017-10-08 - ^
^{a}^{b}Kannappan, Palaniappan (2009),*Functional Equations and Inequalities with Applications*, Springer Monographs in Mathematics, Springer Science+Business Media, p. xi, ISBN 9780387894928 **^**Kenney-Wallace, Geraldine A.; MacLeod, Mel G.; Stanton, Ralph G., eds. (1990),*In Celebration of Canadian Scientists: A Decade of Killam Laureates*, Charles Babbage Research Centre, p. 103, ISBN 9780919611221**^**"Editorial board",*Aequationes Mathematicae*, Springer Science+Business Media, retrieved 2017-10-08

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