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ISSN 1805-3629  (On-line)

DOI prefix: 10.13164/ma
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Instructions to Authors




MATHEMATICS FOR APPLICATIONS publishes original papers of a high scientific level in all branches of mathematics with an emphasis on applications of results in mathematics itself and other disciplines. Published by the Institute of Mathematics of Brno University of Technology since 2012, this international journal builds on Publications of Technical and Scientific Papers of the Technical University of Brno (ISBN: 80-214-020-X), a renowned journal published by the University until 1990's. It had provided a platform for the international mathematical community to publish research papers and, after its disappearance, we decided to found a new mathematical journal to continue this service. The journal is issued biannually with English as the only language of communication. The manuscripts of papers for publication should by prepared electronically using the journal style – see Instructions for Authors – and sent to .

 Mathematics for Applications
 Institute of Mathematics
 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
 Brno University of Technology
 Technická 2896/2
 616 69 Brno
 Czech Republic

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Latest Issue

Vol. 7. No. 1. (2018)

E. Fokoué and B. Brimkov
The multifaceted impact of statistical methodology and theory in data science

Y. Zhang, J. Thakar, D. Topham, A. Falsey, D. Zeng and X. Qiu
Some equivalence relationships of regularized regressions
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2018.1

M. Elshrif and E. Fokoué
Random Subspace Learning (RASSEL) with data driven weighting schemes
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2018.2

G. Olinto and E. Fokoué
Kernelized cost-sensitive listwise ranking
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2018.3

L. Khinkis, M. Crotzer and A. Oprisan
Sizing up the regions of unique minima in the least squares nonlinear regression
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2018.4

A. LaLonde and T. Love
Using the Seychelles child development study to cluster multiple outcomes into domains to improve estimation of the overall effect of mercury on neurodevelopment
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2018.5

S. E. Mason and E. M. Reid
The relationship between anxiety and performance in a statistics class
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2018.6

G. C. Phelan and J. T. Whelan
Hierarchical Bayesian Bradley–Terry for applications in Major League Baseball
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2018.7