Monday, December 30, 2013

[DMANET] DGA13 DAM special issue: extended deadline

Second Call for Papers -- extended deadline: February 28th, 2014
Discrete Applied Mathematics
Special Issue: Distance Geometry and Applications


Distance Geometry (DG) is an area of research that is already
consolidated, where Mathematics and Computer Science are the key areas
at its foundation. The concept of distance is essential to the human
experience and DG puts this concept as the main object in a given
geometric structure. The fundamental problem of DG is to find a set of
points in a given geometric space whose distances between some of these
points are known.

All interested researchers are invited to contribute to this special
issue. The topics of submitted papers should be related to the themes of
the Workshop on Distance Geometry and Applications (DGA13), that was
held in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, on June 24-27, 2013. Submissions of
contributions not presented at the workshop are also welcome. All
articles will be thoroughly refereed according to the high standards of
Discrete Applied Mathematics.

The full papers must be submitted through the Elsevier Editorial System
( When submitting your paper, be sure to
specify that the paper is a contribution for the Special Issue, and
select the article type "Special Issue: DGA13" so that your paper is
assigned to the guest editors. Please see the Author Instructions on the
site if you have not yet submitted a paper through this web-based system.

The current deadline for submission is set to February 28th, 2014. All
accepted papers will be published online individually, before print
publication. Information about the special issue and instructions for
the submission can be found on DGA13 workshop's website at the address:

Looking forward to receiving your contribution.

The Guest Editors,

Antonio Mucherino
Rosiane de Freitas
Carlile Lavor

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