Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content. No subscription is needed to access the articles, and no download fees are charged. Authors are not charged for publication in this journal, and the journal does not request any submission fee nor any article processing fee.
All copyright is retained by authors.
The authors have the possibility to submit short papers (no more than 8 pages using the journal template), for which the editorial board will guarantee a first answer within 3 months. Regular papers have no page limit.
Papers previously published in conference proceedings
Papers previously published in conference proceedings are welcome, provided that the authors inform the editorial board on this in the submission cover letter, highlight the novel parts in the new submission, and that the journal version contains significant extensions from the conference version.
Each manuscript is handled by one section editor and one associate editor. Following the single blind review process, independent referees are asked to submit their assessment within two or three months after receiving the manuscript, and possibly more depending on the length of the article.
All content is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License so that interested researchers are free to remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose.
The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal, and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.
The Open Journal of Mathematical Optimization adheres to the Code of Practice of the European Mathematical Society. In particular, the journal publishes original articles that have not been published elsewhere (preprints on institutional or public repositories do not count for this purpose). Any form of plagiarism implies rejection of the article and may be brought before the Ethics Committee of the EMS; this includes but is not limited to
- outright plagiarism (presenting the work of other researchers, whole or in part, as one's own, either verbatim or rephrased);
- self-plagiarism (presenting one's own previously published work, whole or in part, as novel);
- deliberate replication of already known results and concepts, whole or in part, under new names or in new notation, without a appropriate reference and justification.
The journal is also committed to a transparent and fair peer review process. Any failure to uphold this standard by reviewers or editors should (with appropriate documentation) be immediately brought to the attention of the Managing Editor, who will investigate the claim and if necessary discuss further steps with the Steering Committee.
The authors of a published paper are free to deposit a copy of all versions of their paper in an institutional or other repository of their choice, incuding the submitted version, the accepted version, and the published version.