|Journal of Integer Sequences|
The journal is devoted to papers dealing with integer sequences and related topics. All submissions should be sent to the editor-in-chief,
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3. The subject line of your email message should read "Submission to the Journal of Integer Sequences". (Any other header is in danger of being discarded by a spam filter.) This is also true for any revision.
4. Be sure that your submission latex'es properly with no errors or warning messages. Check the log files before submission. Run your paper through a spell-checker before submission. If you are not experienced with latex, please read our style guide before preparing your file.
5. Authors may want to suggest two or three names of possible referees. (Do not suggest members of the editorial board.)
6. Any submission claiming to solve a significant open problem (e.g., Goldbach's conjecture; Beal's conjecture; infinitely many twin primes; Riemann hypothesis) or a major result such as Fermat's last theorem must be preceded by a physical letter (not e-mail) written and signed by a Ph. D. mathematician, other than one of the authors, with an appointment at a university, on the letterhead of that university, and sent through ordinary postal mail, stating that he/she has read the paper and certifies its correctness.
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Therefore, publishing a paper in JIS requires a higher standard of manuscript preparation than many other journals, which have a large editorial staff to fix problems. We ask that you read our style guide with care and make a real effort to make your paper conform. This also means that if you are not a native English speaker, you will want to find a native English speaker to proofread your paper.
By submitting you agree to follow the guidelines in our LaTeX style guide in the final version of your paper:
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Backlog information for Volume 16, 2013, as submitted to the AMS:
Median time from submission to final decision: 81 days
Median time from final acceptance to publication: 14 days
These are median times only and are not guarantees.