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Central European Journal of Mathematics
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The Central European Journal of Mathematics (CEJM) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal established in 2003 and published bimonthly by Versita and Springer Science+Business Media. As of June 2012, the editor-in-chief is Fedor Bogomolov (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences). CEJM publishes research results in all fields pertaining to mathematics. Aiming to become the premier source of high quality research from Central and Eastern Europe, the journal provides a natural home for a...

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