We encourage manuscript submission to “Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics” by email: email@example.com . Please send your manuscript in PDF format, formatted according to the Journal requirements and templates (see below), and accompanied by a cover letter with a signed declaration of originality and authorship.
In response, the Journal’s technical editor will notify you about your submission’s ID number. Please refer to this number in future correspondence.
Submissions that fail to comply with the above requirements will not be handled by editors and not assigned for peer review, until the authors do the needful. Additional details regarding the antiplagiarism checks of the submissions are given below.
Authors are requested to prepare their manuscripts in LaTeX (.tex) or MS Word (.docx) in the following templates. We highly recommend the use of LaTeX.
- TeX / PDF template (.ZIP, 171 Kb)
This is a basic TeX template; you may add in it any other usepackages and declarations you may need.
- MS Word template (.DOCX, 52 Kb)
As of September 2022, Journal “Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics” has been provided access to a popular plagiarism detection software tool to verify the originality and authorship of the manuscripts submitted to the Journal.
In due time after the submission, a Technical Editor will perform the antiplagiarism check. Depending on the manuscript’s similarity scores produced by the tool, the manuscript will either be returned to the authors for correction, or it will be desk rejected on the basis of the Journal’s Publication Ethics Policy.
Note: Submissions that have been deposited in preprint repositories prior to the check tend to exhibit very high similarity scores and thus invalidate the quality plagiarism check process. For this reason, while we do not forbid that submissions get deposited in preprint repositories or institutional websites, we require authors to do so only after making the submission to NNTDM and after being informed about the results of the antiplagiarism check.
Peer review process
Manuscripts submitted to “Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics” are subject to peer review by at least two independent referees. Final decision is taken by the Editors-in-Chief in consultation with members of the Editorial Board.
Papers will only be considered if the content is substantially new, original material which has not been published elsewhere, has not been submitted concurrently elsewhere, nor is likely to be published substantially in the same form elsewhere.
Read our full Publishing Ethics Policy.
Authors, whose papers are published, retain their copyright. Journal readers are allowed to read, download, print, search, link to the full texts of the papers, and use them for any lawful purpose.
As of 2023, NNTDM has embraced the Open Access license Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0).
Users are free to:
- Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format, and
- Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.