About this series
SpringerBriefs present concise summaries of cutting-edge research and practical applications across a wide spectrum of fields. Featuring compact volumes of 50 to 125 pages, the series covers a range of content from professional to academic. Briefs are characterized by fast, global electronic dissemination, standard publishing contracts, standardized manuscript preparation and formatting guidelines, and expedited production schedules.
Typical topics might include:
- A timely report of state-of-the art techniques
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- A snapshot of a hot or emerging topic
- An in-depth case study
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SpringerBriefs in Mathematics showcase expositions in all areas of mathematics and applied mathematics. Manuscripts presenting new results or a single new result in a classical field, new field, or an emerging topic, applications, or bridges between new results and already published works, are encouraged. The series is intended for mathematicians and applied mathematicians.
Titles from this series are indexed by Web of Science, Mathematical Reviews, and zbMATH.
- Nicola Bellomo, Politecnico di Torino
- Michele Benzi, Scuola Normale Superiore
- Palle Jorgensen, The University of Iowa
- Tatsien Li, Fudan University
- Roderick Melnik, Wilfrid Laurier University
- Otmar Scherzer, University of Vienna
- Benjamin Steinberg, City College of New York
- Lothar Reichel, Kent State University
- Yuri Tschinkel, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
- George Yin, Wayne State University
- Ping Zhang, Western Michigan University