Proceedings A – Mathematics
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Section A: Mathematics is a general mathematics journal, publishing papers of international standard across the whole spectrum of mathematics, but with the emphasis on applied analysis and differential equations.
Accessing Proceedings A
The online version of Proceedings A is hosted by the Cambridge Journals Online service, now Cambridge Core. Current and back volumes, from volume 61 (1940) are available.
Information for authors
Articles can be submitted for consideration within Proceedings A via Cambridge Core’s online peer review system, EditFlow.
The policy of the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Section A: Mathematics is that authors (or in some cases their employers) retain copyright and grant Cambridge University Press a licence to publish their work. In the case of gold open access articles, this is a non-exclusive licence. Authors must complete and return an author publishing agreement form as soon as their article has been accepted for publication; the journal is unable to publish without this. Please download the appropriate publishing agreement from the Cambridge Core website’s list of publishing agreements.
For open access articles, the form also sets out the Creative Commons licence under which the article is made available to end users: a fundamental principle of open access is that content should not simply be accessible but should also be freely re-usable. Articles will be published under a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY) by default. This means that the article is freely available to read, copy and redistribute, and can also be adapted (users can “remix, transform, and build upon” the work) for any commercial or non-commercial purpose, as long as proper attribution is given. Authors can, in the publishing agreement form, choose a different kind of Creative Commons license (including those prohibiting non-commercial and derivative use) if they prefer.
Information for subscribers
Proceedings A is published on behalf of the RSE by Cambridge University Press. Subscription information can be found on the Cambridge Core subscription page.