# Aims and Scope

The aim of the journal is to publish high quality mathematical research
papers in various fields.

Authors can submit papers by choosing an appropriate editor from the following list.
Editors are strictly restricted to the topics indicated under their names.

# Executive Editors and their topics

**Irina Astashova**

qualitative and asymptotic theory of ordinary differential equations, control problems

**Mikhail A. Botchev**

numerical analysis

**Hemen Dutta**

functional equations and inequalities, convexity and its applications, fixed point theory for singlevalued and multivalued operators

**Sándor Fegyverneki**

robust estimators and regressions, applied mathematics

**Michal Fečkan**

qualitative analysis of differential and difference equations

**Stephan Foldes**

Finite posets, comparability graphs, Hasse diagrams, binary trees

**Attila Házy**

functional equations and inequalities, convexity and its applications

**Árpád Kurusa**

differential geometry, metric geometry, geometric tomography, analytic tomography

**Zhenhai Liu**

ordinary and partial differential equations, nonlinear analysis

**Judit Makó**

functional equations and inequalities, convexity and its applications

**Nino Partsvania**

ordinary differential equations, boundary value problems

**Adrian Petruşel**

fixed point theory for singlevalued and multivalued operators

**Sándor Radeleczki**

lattice theory and partially ordered sets

**Maria Alessandra Ragusa**

Partial Differential Equations

**Csaba Rakaczki**

number theory, diophantine equations, polynomials

**András Rontó**

boundary value problems, functional differential equations

**Miklós Rontó**

ordinary differential equations, boundary value problems

**H. M. Srivastava**

Real and complex analyzis, fractional calculus and its applications, analytic number theory

**Jenő Szigeti**

associative rings and algebras, ordered algebraic structures

**Leon van Wyk**

matrix algebras, matrix rings

**Jiří Šremr**

Ordinary differential equations, boundary value problems, oscillation theory