Online submission: cms.math.ca/cmb/submission
The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) publishes two research journals: the Canadian Mathematical Bulletin for shorter papers, and the Canadian Journal of Mathematics for longer papers. To be submitted to the Bulletin, papers should be at most 16 pages long. Longer papers should be submitted to the CJM.
All submitted papers are considered subject to the understanding that they have not been published before in any form and are not being considered for publication elsewhere. To be publishable, papers must address new mathematical research, be well written, and be of interest to a significant segment of the mathematical community. Papers may be written in English or French.
The CMS is committed to processing all submitted papers in the shortest possible time. It is, therefore, vital that authors take care to ensure that their manuscripts are in their final form and conform to the following specifications:
When the manuscript is in its final form, it should be submitted online, in PDF form, at :
The editorial board will review your manuscript and, if it is judged acceptable for publication, the editors will handle the peer review process. If successful, this process will result in the paper's acceptance for publication. Due to the high number of submissions and the CMB's broad focus and high standards, only the best 15% of all submissions are currently accepted.
Once a peer-reviewed paper has been Accepted for publication, the author will be notified by email. Upon notification, the author(s) is required:
After the CMS receives the LaTeX source files and the copyright, we will assign it a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) and make the paper available for readers as an Author's Draft in the Online First section of the journal. This makes the research available to readers quickly, but the paper is not yet considered officially published, since it has not yet been copy edited. When the paper has been copy edited (see below), the Author's Draft version is replaced on the web site.
When we post the paper online, we email the DOI we've allocated for it to the communicating author. Authors are encouraged, when referring to the paper in print or on the web, to use the DOI whenever possible to provide readers with direct access to the paper.
Once the Author's Draft is posted online, the CMS will copy edit the paper to to finalize it for official publication. As well as ensuring it conforms to the layout and visual style chosen for the publication, this process may in some cases change the content of the paper (for example, to re-word portions or to improve the clarity where needed). At the end of this process a "Proof" copy is sent to the communicating author for approval or refinements. Corrections to this proof should be returned to the CMS, after which point no other alterations or corrections will normally be accepted. Such changes, if allowed, could cause delays in publication.
We consider a paper published when it appears online in copy edited form.
Once the proof copy is acceptable to the author, we replace Author's Draft version that has been available. The paper is now considered officially Published. The paper remains in the Online First section, but is longer identified as a draft. The paper remains accessible in the Online First section until it is included in a print issue of the journal.
When a paper is included in a print issue, the version available online is updated to include the volume and issue numbers and the page numbers are re-assigned relative to the volume. The original DOI continues to point directly to the paper, but the paper moves on our web site from the Online First area into the appropriate volume and issue in the CMB Digital Archive.
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