The concern of this international mathematical journal is to disseminate theoretical knowledge in the field of analysis and, at the same time, cultivate and extend its applications. In this sense it publishes research articles in the areas of functional analysis, theory of functions, differential equations, mathematical physics, differential geometry, measure theory, and analytical aspects of the theory of optimization.
Book reviews and informations of general interest to the mathematical community are also considered for publication.
J. Appell (Mathematisches Institut, Universität Würzburg, Germany) M. Günther (Mathematisches Institut, Universität Leipzig, Germany) St. Luckhaus (Mathematisches Institut, Universität Leipzig, Germany)
C. Bandle (Basel), H. Beckert (Leipzig), L. Berg (Rostock), R. Finn (Stanford), J.Frehse (Bonn), R. P. Gilbert (Newark), R. Klötzler (Leipzig), P.-L. Lions (Paris), K. Masuda (Sendai), J. Mawhin (Louvain-la-Neuve), V. G. Mazya (Linköping), U. Mosco (Rome), S. Müller (Leipzig), S. Reich (Haifa), S. Rolewicz (Warsaw), V. Totik (Szeged), H. Triebel (Jena), W. Tutschke (Graz), G.M. Vainikko (Helsinki), L. von Wolfersdorf (Freiberg).
One volume per year with 4 issues of about 300 pages each.
The journal is available from Heldermann Verlag (Langer Graben 13d, D-32657 Lemgo, Germany) at a price 480.00 DM per volume including surface mail shipment.
Instructions for Authors
Papers submitted to this journal should be written in English, in exceptional cases in French or German. Only unpublished material can be accepted, and authors may not republish their paper in the same or similar form. With the acceptance of a paper for publication all rights related to the reproduction pass to Heldermann Verlag.
Papers are expected to be written using TEX. Three hardcopies of the paper should be supplied to the following address:
ZAA -- Editorial Office
University of Leipzig
or to any of the Managing Editors, accompanied by an MS-DOS organized diskette containing the complete text.
The layout of the paper should be chosen as, for example, in the paper of G. Vainikko and K. Kunsich "Identifiability of the transmissivity coefficient in an elliptic boundary value problem", Volume 12 (1993), No. 2. The source file of this paper together with all necessary macros to produce a manuscript ready for print is available from the Editorial Office.
It will enable you to reformat your paper easily according to the standards of this journal.
In exceptional cases papers not availeble on diskette may also be considered.
No page charge is made. A total of 40 reprints of each contribution will be send to the author free of charge.