Materials for publication should be submitted to the Editorial Office:

Reports on Mathematical Physics
Institute of Physics, N. Copernicus University
Grudzi?dzka 5, 87-100 Toru?, Poland

or to one of the members of the Editorial Board
(in that case simuntaneously to

Related correspondence as well as address changes should be send to the Editorial Office.

Directions for authors

Reports on Mathematical Physics encourages the submission of papers in LaTeX using a provisional ROMP style (it is strongly advised that for more information you see our small TeX file  example ). Both files can be downloaded and you can also see the pdf version of the example file directly on the screen. However, papers submitted in plain TeX, AmsTeX, RevTeX, etc. are also accepted. The use of nonincluded `exotic’ style files or nonstandard fonts should be avoided. It is advisable that the source file be accompanied by a .pdf or .ps file or a hardcopy (or a reference to an electronic archive) in case anything needs to be checked. The maximum length should be 1000 lines of 11 point type of length 14 cm. (This amounts to 25 pages of usual TeX magstep 1 format.) An abstract not exceeding 200 words and a few keywords placed below abstract are required. Here is also our short technical instruction.

Figures:  All graphs and diagrams should be referred to as `Figure' in the text and, if relevant, a detailed caption should be provided for each figure. The approximate required location of figures and tables should be indicated in the text. The figures themselves should be supplied as separate .eps files. If the paper contains pictures or diagrams a complete .pdf or .ps file is required for sending as a single file to the referee.

References  will appear numbered within square brackets in the text, and listed accordingly at the end of the article (e.g. using standard `\cite{}’ and `\bibitem{}’ LaTeX commands). The references should be arranged in the order of appearance. A journal reference should comprise author’s initials and name(s), AMS abbreviated title of a journal, volume number, the initial (or initial and final) page number,  and the year of publication (optionally the title of the article can be also included), e.g. 

[1] J. H. Schwartz: Lett. Math. Phys. 34, 309 (1995).

A book reference should comprise author’s initials and name(s), full title of the book, publisher, year of publication, place of publication, e.g.

[2] V. I. Arnold: Mathematical Methods of Classical
, 2nd ed., Springer, New York 1989.

An edited volume reference should comprise initial(s) and name(s) of author(s), title of paper, name(s) of editor(s), full title of the book, publisher, place of publication, year of publication, inclusive page numbers, e.g.:

[3] J. Evans and Y. Kawahigashi: Subfactors and conformal field theory, in: H. Araki, K. Ito, A. Kishimoto and I. Ojima, (eds.), Quantum and Non-Commutative Analysis, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht 1993, 341–369.

Proofs:  Authors will receive page proofs in print or as a .pdf file from the publisher (Polish Scientific Publishers PWN), and are obliged to return corrected proofs to PWN without delay. In case when proofs are not returned within a reasonable period of time, the publisher will read them and send to print without the authors' comments. 

No page charge will be exacted.

Authors receive 25 free reprints of their paper(s) upon publication. Additional copies can be ordered.