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ISI: International Scientific Indexing
E-ISSN 2244-8659
Publisher Name Universidad Simón Bolívar
Email sssbuitrago@yahoo.es
Language English
Starting Year 2013
Discipline Mathematics
Frequency Semi Annually
Website http://www.compama.co.usb.ve/
Country Venezuela
Accessing Method via electronic and free
Articles Format PDF
License Type Normal
Impact Factor

0.463 (2013)


0.619 (2014)


0.836 (2015)

Description The Bulletin of Computational Applied Mathematics is an e-journal dedicated to the rapid dissemination of original research articles of high scientific value in all areas of computational applied mathematics. The research must deal with the use and application of computational and applied mathematics, and scientific computing in all areas of knowledge, usually in the form of mathematical computational models and algorithms. Contributions including applications to scientific problems in all areas of science and engineering are encouraged. Numerical simulations are not required but the proposed techniques should have a direct applicability and be implementable. All articles are fully refereed and are judged by their originality, utility, and clarity. The Bulletin intends to reach a wide audience consisting of applied mathematicians, engineers, and computational scientists in general. The Bulletin is biannual and only available via electronic thus no printing material is produced. Therefore, research papers are posted on the internet immediately after they are accepted for publication. Full-text access to all papers is available for free which will stimulate and empower researchers worldwide and specifically those from underdeveloped countries by their ability to access high level research conducted worldwide.

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