Long-term commitment and support
Since 1960, we aim to publish high-quality, peer-reviewed mathematics journals and foster collaborations and relationships within the community to ensure that our mathematics program is meeting the needs of the mathematics community today and in the future.
We support, collaborate and engage partnerships to continuously improve our services and drive innovation and developments that are unique to the mathematics community.
MathJax on ScienceDirect
Also supported on tablets and smartphones, MathJax offers a better online reading experience for mathematical equations and symbols. It is possible to customise display to meet specific needs, and magnify equations for a closer look of scripts, primes and hats. MathJax works with MathML, the W3C standard for mathematics on the web, to enable copy and paste of equations into other programs.
Survey on Type Set Models
In seeking to enrich our offerings to the community, and to ensure your research is clearly communicated, we asked for feedback on typeset models. We conducted a survey, between 4th and 18th December 2012, and sought feedback relating to typeset models’ readability of text, appearance of formulae, and general spacing on a page.
11,300 recent contributors to Elsevier mathematics and statistics journals were invited to complete a survey rating 5 different typeset models 1,316 authors completed the survey, giving a response rate of 12%.
Since 1960, we have been developing our mathematics journals program by establishing constructive partnerships with the community. Feedback from Editors has been a key factor in the development of our mathematics journal program as well as our initiatives to address the needs of the community.
Especially throughout 2012, the Editors of our mathematics journals have been invaluable with their constructive feedback and we would like to thank them for their continued input and support.