Submissions, acceptance and refereeing
Authors will normally submit manuscripts for publication via e-mail, and they will be required to prepare their manuscripts in
LaTeX using the siamltex style files.
See the "Future Special Vols." page for additional information on planned Special Volumes.
All manuscripts will be refereed. As soon as a manuscript has been accepted for publication in ETNA, it will be entered into the ETNA data base. There are no annual page limitations, and, therefore, we are in a position to publish accepted manuscripts faster than many other journals.
Preparing and submitting the manuscript
1. Preparing the manuscript
Manuscripts for ETNA must be developed using the LaTeX style files in the SIAM LaTeX package siamltex.
The version of this package used by ETNA is available in our LaTeX directory.
The files docultex.tex and lexample.tex in this directory contain a documentation and an example for the use of the SIAM LaTeX style, respectively. The example also illustrates how to provide the mandatory keywords and AMS Subject Classification.
ETNA specifics are described in our Guidelines for ETNA manuscripts. To facilitate the
editing process, we ask authors to prepare their manuscript following these guidelines.
Thank you very much!
Please note that it may be necessary for the paper's author to revise or reconstruct the paper's PostScript illustrations. Accordingly, authors are advised to save the data and the programs that produced the data until their papers are published. Normally, PostScript files produced by such programs as MATLAB or Maple can be processed without difficulty.
Authors are encouraged to take advantage of ETNA's capabilities to have supplements to the papers with additional material such as movies or interactive programs. See for example: Vol. 32 (2008), pp. 49-62, Vol. 30 (2008), pp. 128-143, Vol. 26 (2007), pp. 385-420, Vol. 8 (1999), pp. 15-20, Vol. 7 (1998), pp. 124-140.
By submitting a paper to ETNA, the authors are implicitly stating that the content of the paper is new, it has not been published elsewhere, and it is not beeing considered for publication elsewhere.
Please contact managing editor Carl Jagels (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have not received a confirmation about your submission within a week.
3. After submission
When a manuscript is submitted to ETNA, the paper is entered in the ETNA log. Questions regarding the manuscript can be sent to email@example.com.
Once the paper is accepted, the author will be asked to submit the source files, including any figures, bibliographies, and nonstandard LaTeX packages. The author also will be sent a form for transfer of copyright to ETNA.
Upon receipt of the files and the copyright transfer, the paper will be typeset using an ETNA style file which is based on the SIAM macros and then converted to PostScript and PDF. The PostScript and PDF versions of the manuscript will be published.