Articles in Press
Accepted works that have not been published in any issue yet are available in this link.
Extracta Mathematicae (E.M.) publishes quality research papers that contain innovative contributions in the areas covered by the members of the Editorial Board. E.M. is also open to consider well written survey papers.
Publishing in E.M. is exempt from fees of any kind, and all documents are freely available for reading. E.M. publishes two issues a year under a Creative Commons License Attribution-Non Commercial 3.0 Unported license. The online version is free and open access. E.M. uses a standard blind peer review process, following the COPE Code of Conduct.
E.M. is edited and published in Badajoz (Spain) by the Instituto de Matemáticas de la Universidad de Extremadura (IMUEX), under the auspices of this university and the cooperation of the Departamento de Matemáticas and the Servicio de Publicaciones.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content, in line with the principle that offering the public free access to research supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Digital Preservation Policy
This journal uses the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among partner libraries, allowing them to create permanent archives of the journal for preservation and restoration purposes. More...
Extracta Mathematicae has the purpose of preserving digitally in the long term all the documents it houses. To do this, we are developing an action plan that includes basic measures to ensure the digital durability of scientific material:
Backups and storage of documentation on servers and external storage units
Converting formats to more secure ones
Periodic checks of the integrity of files to avoid corruption
Monitoring the environment technology to anticipate possible migrations of obsolete formats or software
Digital preservation metadata
Use of DOI in our new materials
For the purpose of digital preservation, E.M. stores all the documents in easily readable formats (such as PDF). In the event that it would not be possible to maintain the usability of all existing formats, the journal ensures the return of the files to their authors. The digital preservation policy will be reviewed annually by the magazine.