In addition to the usual requirements (originality, scientific significance, and clarity of presentation), a paper acceptable for publication in MATCH Communications in Mathematical and in Computer Chemistry must contain non-trivial mathematics or communicate non-routine computer-based procedures AND have a clear connection to chemistry. All papers are refereed.
Review articles are especially welcome.
Manuscripts should be in camera-ready form, as specified below. Manuscripts that are not in appropriate camera-ready form will not be considered for publication.
Papers must be composed in the LaTeX typesetting system. The MATCH template must be used when composing the paper.
The way by which references should be quoted is seen from the following examples:
|||S. Wang, J. Yuan, DNA computing of directed line-graphs, MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem. 56 (2006) 479–484.|
|||D. Cvetković, M. Doob, H. Sachs, Spectra of Graphs — Theory and Application, Academic Press, New York, 1980.|
|||K. Burns, R. C. Entringer, A graph–theoretic view of the United States postal service, in: Y. Alavi, A. J. Schvenk (Eds.), Graph Theory, Combinatorics and Algorithms, Wiley, New York, 1995, pp. 323–334.|
Colored figures cannot be published free of charge. Therefore, please re-arrange your figures to be black-and-white. If, however, you prefer to keep the colored figures, then you are requested to pay 90 Euro per colored figure; this must be done in advance. Please contact us if you need an invoice.