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Harmonic Analysis: Smooth and Non-Smooth

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EDITORIAL BOARD / GUEST EDITORS

John Herr, Butler University, USA
Justin Peters, Iowa State University, USA
Eric Weber, Iowa State University, USA

EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD

Palle Jorgensen, University of Iowa, USA

DESCRIPTION

This Special Issue in Demonstratio Mathematica is open to all authors interested in the topic. However, in a great part it is devoted to the publication of high-quality research papers partially presented during NSF CBMS Conference Harmonic Analysis: Smooth and Non-Smooth, held at Iowa State University, USA, June 4-8, 2018.

The authors are requested to submit their full research papers complying with the general scope of the journal. The submitted papers will undergo peer review process before they can be accepted. Notification of acceptance will be communicated as we progress with the review process.

HOW TO SUBMIT

Before submission authors should carefully read the Instruction for Authors, available online at
https://www.degruyter.com/view/supplement/s23914661_Instruction_for_Authors.pdf 

Manuscripts should be written in LATEX, AMS-TEX, AMS-LATEX. We do not accept papers in Plain TEX format. If, additionally, a PDF file is supplied, the peer review process will be speed up. Authors are encouraged to submit the final version of the paper using the De Gruyter LATEX template.

All submissions to the Special Issue must be made electronically via online submission system Editorial Manager (http://www.editorialmanager.com/dema/) and will undergo the standard peer-review process (single blind, at least two independent reviewers). When entering your submission choose the option “Special Issue on Harmonic Analysis”.

The deadline for submission is now extended to 30th April 2019 but individual papers will be reviewed and published online on an ongoing basis.

Contributors to the Special Issue will benefit from:

  • indexation in Web of Science (Emerging Sources Citation Index) and SCOPUS
  • comprehensive and transparent peer review provided by experts in the field
  • no space constraints
  • language assistance for authors from non-English speaking regions
  • quick publication after completing the publishing process (continuous publication model)
  • better visibility due to Open Access
  • long-term preservation of the content (articles archived in Portico)

We are looking forward to your submission!
In case of any question please contact Prof. Eric Weber (lead GE; esweber@iastate.edu) or Dr. Justyna Żuk (ME of DM; Justyna.Zuk@degruyter.com).

CONTENTS

On the existence of complex Hadamard submatrices of the Fourier matrices
by Bailey Madison Bond, R. Alexander Glickfield, and John E. Herr

A generalized Walsh system for arbitrary matrices
by Steven N. Harding and Gabriel Picioroaga

The "hot spots" conjecture on the Vicsek set
by Marius Ionescu and Thomas L. Savage

Zygmund inequality of the conjugate function on Morrey-Zygmund spaces
by Tat-Leung Yee and Kwok-Pun Ho

Moments of the weighted Cantor measures
by Steven N. Harding and Alexander W. N. Riasanovsky

Reproducing kernel Hilbert space and coalescence hidden-variable fractal interpolation functions  (soon online)
by Srijanani Anurag Prasad

Sets of p-restriction and p-spectral synthesis  (soon online)
by Michael Puls

The strong maximum principle for Schrodinger operators on fractals  (soon online)
by Marius V. Ionescu, Kasso A. Okoudjou, and Luke G. Rogers

On properties of analytical approximation for discretizing 2D curves and 3D surfaces

Photometric Intensity Profiles Analysis for Thick Segment Recognition and Geometric Measures

Hierarchizing graph-based image segmentation algorithms relying on region dissimilarity