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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. 
Issued biannually on an open-access basis, the journal has English as the only language of communication.



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Latest Issue


M. Abbassi, S. Lazaar and A. Mhemdi
On the category of ordered pre-topological spaces
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2022.01

A. Gupta and A. Aggarwal
Necessary conditions for hyponormality of Toeplitz operators on the Bergman space
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2022.02

H. Haghshenas and G. A. Afrouzi
Existence of solutions for a class of second-order boundary value problems
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2022.03

K. K. Haugen
A game theory explanation for menstrual synchrony: The harem paradox
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2022.04

M. P. Jeyaraman, V. Agnes S. J. Lavanya and H. Aaishafarzana
Third order differential subordination associated with Janowski functions 
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2022.05

M. Khuddush and K. R. Prasad
Iterative system of nabla fractional difference equations with two-point boundary conditions
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2022.06

E. Pei and E. Fokoué
On some similarities and differences between deep neural networks and kernel learning machines
DOI: 10.13164/ma.2022.07