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Aims and Scope
This journal aims to present original articles on the theory, numerics and applications of inverse and ill-posed problems. These inverse and ill-posed problems arise in mathematical physics and mathematical analysis, geophysics, acoustics, electrodynamics, tomography, medicine, ecology, financial mathematics etc. Articles on the construction and justification of new numerical algorithms of inverse problem solutions are also published.
Issues of the Journal of Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems contain high quality papers which have an innovative approach and topical interest.
The following topics are covered:
- existence and uniqueness theorems
- stability estimates
- optimization and identification problems
- numerical methods
- regularization theory
- operator equations
- integral geometry
- inverse problems in geophysics, electrodynamics and acoustics
- inverse problems in ecology
- inverse and ill-posed problems in medicine
- mathematical problems of tomography
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... is done online to our ScholarOne online submission system at: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jiip.
Contributions submitted to this journal must be written in clear and concise English. Only unpublished material can be accepted, and authors may not republish their paper in the same or similar form. The decision on the acceptance is taken after a peer-reviewing procedure. The journal makes no page charges.
The authors can provide the names and e-mail addresses of up to four potential reviewers.
... must begin with an abstract of less than 150 words. The abstract must be followed by an appropriate classification according to MSC 2010 (Mathematics Subject Classification) and a list of 3 to 6 keywords. The short title for the running head should contain at most 80 characters, spaces inclusive.
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Provide a short descriptive title and a legend to make each figure self-explanatory. Explain all symbols used in the figures. Remember to use the same abbreviations as in the text body.
Authors are encouraged to submit illustrations in color if necessary for their scientific content. Publication of color figures is provided free of charge both in online and print editions.
References should be collected at the end of the paper, numbered with Arabic numerals in alphabetical order of the authors' names and surrounded by square brackets. Please use abbreviations for titles of journals in accordance with those listed in Mathematical Reviews.
- Articles in journals:
 A. Carbonaro, G. Metafune and C. Spina, Parabolic Schrödinger operators, J. Math
Anal. and Appl. 343 (2008), 965-974.
- Articles ahead of print:
 D. Farley and L. Sabalka, Presentations of graph braid groups, Forum Math. (2010), doi: 10.1515/FORM.2011.086.
- Books and Monographs:
 I. M. Isaacs, Character theory of finite groups, AMS Chelsea Publishing, 2006.
 T. De Medts, F. Haot, R. Knop and H. Van Maldeghem, On the uniqueness of the unipotent subgroups of some Moufang sets, in: Finite Geometries, Groups, and Computation, pp. 43-66, de Gruyter, Berlin, 2006.
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