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The Tusi Mathematical Research Group (TMRG) is a non-profit professional scholarly organization that promotes the development, dissemination and enhancement of research in various disciplines of Functional Anlaysis, Harmonic Analysis, Operator Theory and Linear Algebra. TMRG is authenticated by the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology (Iran). This research group has tried to achieve its aims by advancing scientific boundaries, moving toward a knowledge centered society, creating a scientifically active environment, training talent students and publishing research and scientific articles. In recent years, it co-organized several national meetings. At present, it publishes two international mathematical research journals: Ann. Funct. Anal. (AFA) and Banach J. Math Anal. (BJMA).

 

Address: Tusi Math. Research Group, P.O. Box 1113, Mashhad 91775, Iran.

Tel-Fax: +98-511-864-4594

 

E-mail: moslehian@um.ac.ir and moslehian@member.ams.org

 

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 The AFA is available from the mirror site http://emis.um.ac.ir/journals/AFA/ provided by Ferdowsi University of Mashhad

 

 

 

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The AFA has an international perspective. There is no page charges. It includes papers from scholars from all over the world. The AFA is useful not only for analysts and graduate students working in mathematical analysis and related topics but also for other non-specialists interested in functional analysis, operator theory and harmonic analysis.

At present, it is published only electronically.

The AFA is an open access journal - available free of charge for individual use only. Departments and libraries of universities and institutions are requested to subscribe through Project Euclid.