The Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik is the oldest mathematics periodical still in existence. Founded in 1826 by August Leopold Crelle and edited by him until his death in 1855, it soon became widely known under the name of "Crelle's Journal". In the 190 years of its existence, "Crelle's Journal" has developed to an outstanding scholarly periodical with one of the worldwide largest circulations among mathematics journals. It belongs to the very top mathematics periodicals, as listed in ISI's Journal Citation Report.
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Each paper should include a short but informative abstract, as well as the Mathematics Subject Classification 2010 representing the primary and secondary subjects of the article
Crelle's Journal follows the traditional style of presentation and layout that has been part of this journal since its inception. This applies to formulas, references and other. Our copyediting will help you with adapting your accepted manuscripts to the Crelle style
In the title formulas or mathematical symbols should be avoided, if possible, or kept to a minimum. Only the first word and proper nouns should be capitalized. If the title is long, a shortened version should be supplied for the running heads, which together with the author’s name should not exceed 80 characters
Proclamations such as Proposition, Theorem, Lemma, Corollary are set in boldface, followed by the text in italics. Numerals in mathematical expressions should always be Roman
Proclamations such as Remark, Definition, Example are set in boldface, but followed by the text in Roman (not italic) typeface
Numbering of displayed formulas is flush left
Footnotes should be numbered consecutively and placed at the foot of the page to which they refer
References should be listed alphabetically and conform to the following example:  H. Hasse, Symmetrische Matrizen im Körper der reellen Zahlen, J. reine angew. Math. 153 (1923), 12–43.
Authors’ addresses should appear at the end of the manuscript, following the list of references. An e-mail address should be included if available
Submit the article in electronic form to the editor most closely associated with the topic discussed, in case of doubt to the Managing Editor. Names and addresses of the editors (including e-mail addresses) are given in the Editorial Information
Manuscripts of articles should be in English, French or German. Authors whose native language is not English, French or German are asked to have their article carefully checked by a native speaker
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