Instructions to authors
Authors may submit manuscripts for publication to any member of the
editorial committee, not to the coordinating editor.
Manuscripts must be submitted electronically in pdf format.
Authors are advised to keep a copy of their manuscript
since the publisher cannot accept responsibility for lost copies.
A not too condensed style is recommended.
Manuscripts should be prepared with sufficient spacing
(at least double spaced) with generous margins.
The pages should be
numbered consecutively (not by section or paragraph).
Authors are advised to study the printing style of the journal before
making the final version of the manuscript.
Style files may be downloaded from another website.
Footnotes should be avoided.
The article should include a short abstract where formulas should
be used only when necessary and should be kept to a minimum.
Please note that the abstract should be able to be read independently
of the main text. References should therefore not be included in the
References should be listed alphabetically at the end of the paper,
numbered consecutively without square brackets, whereas references
in the text should be indicated by numbers in square brackets.
The general format for references can be found in recent issues of
Authors should consult Mathematical Reviews for standard
abbreviations of journal names.
Manuscripts received are assumed to be final.
If excessive changes are requested after an article has been typeset,
the author will be charged with the cost of the alterations
other than the printer's errors.
Authors of papers accepted for publication will be asked to supply an
electronic version of the paper together with a paper manuscript.
The file should be in LaTeX (or TeX). Figures should be submitted
separately as encapsulated postscript (.eps) files.
Each author receives 50 reprints free of charge (joint authors 25 each).
Additional reprints can be ordered at the cost of production, prior
The cost of additional reprints is DKK 350.- for 25 reprints.
Submission of manuscripts implies that the work described has
not been published before (except in the form of an abstract or as
part of a published lecture, review or thesis), that it is not under
consideration for publication elsewhere and that, if and when the
manuscript is accepted for publication, the authors agree to
automatic transfer of the copyright to the publisher.