|Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)|
Dear Colleagues across the globe, wherever you are, greetings:
Once again, it is with great pleasure and pride to inform you of the availability of Volume 10, Issue 2 (December 2015) of Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM). This volume, with attached Table of Contents, includes 33 papers and 479 pages, making an annual total 70 papers and 1112 pages of pear reviewed quality papers in mathematics, statistics, operations research, engineering, economics and sciences. It may be viewed at http://www.pvamu.edu/aam. The next issue will appear in June of 2016. Please be informed that, currently, publication in and access to AAM is free of charge and the contents from AAM publications are included in and/or indexed by:
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On this 10th anniversary of the AAM, we want to thank all the contributors, reviewers, Editorial Board members, the Journal’s Assistant and Associate Editors for their various assistances to ensure the success of the journal.
With this volume, AAM has completed its 10th year of existence. It coincides with the passing of my 91 year-old professor and doctoral dissertation advisor, Professor Lajos Takács. At just the time he was to be honored in this issue of AAM. Thus, while we pause a moment to remember him, we will also seize the opportunity to posthumously congratulate Takács, a great pioneer in the field of queueing theory, author of three books (in English) and 225 original world renowned papers, and the winner of the John von Neumann Theory Prize. Should you have questions or comments about AAM, please contact the Editor-in-Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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