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The Mathematica Journal

  • To: uiucuxc!yoda.ncsa.uiuc.edu!mathgroup
  • Subject: The Mathematica Journal
  • From: uiucuxc!yoda.ncsa.uiuc.edu!paul%wri (Paul Abbott)
  • Date: Wed, 4 Apr 90 18:10:34 CDT

			The Mathematica Journal

As some of you may know, the first issue of the Mathematica Journal is 
due in June.  This will be a forum for the presentation of papers on
any topic - with a focus on how Mathematica was used.  The Journal also
has an electronic component (for a slightly increased subscription
fee) - which includes the Packages and Notebooks that are relevant to
the articles in each issue.

Copies of the preview issue of the Journal (which was distributed at
the Mathematica Conference in January), "Guidelines for Submissions",
and subscription information are available from

	The Mathematica Journal
	P.O. Box 67
	Belmont, CA 94002
	
I strongly encourage all keen Mathematica Users to submit papers , notes,
questions, letters to the editor, product information, application
notes and leads on any interesting uses of Mathematica.

All the papers will be refereed and should be submitted directly to
Silvio Levy , the Academic Editor of the Journal:

	Silvio Levy, Editor 
	The Mathematica Journal
	c/o Princeton University
	Mathematics Department
	Fine Hall, Washington Road
	Princeton, NJ 08544

Electronic documents can be submitted on Macintosh diskettes, or by
electronic mail to

	levy at princeton.edu

There is a tentative plan to make the second issue contain a special
feature on the use of Mathematica for teaching and any contributions
along this line would be especially encouraged.

If you like to know more about the Journal, please contact me directly
by email (paul at wri.com).


Paul Abbott (Technical Editor, Mathematica Journal)



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