Guide for Authors

Divulgaciones Matemáticas is a refereed journal, which considers for publication, unpublished research papers in all branches of mathematics and its applications, history or teaching. Suitable contributions can be research papers, historical and/or teaching papers and bibliographical reviews. Special attention is paid to those topics covered by the annual itinerant meeting Jornadas Venezolanas de Matemáticas held in Venezuela. In addition, the journal contemplates a section of problems and solutions, which contains problems that can be addressed by undergraduate students of mathematics without expertise.

Mathematical correctness is the first requirement for an article to be published. In second place, the exposition style should be attractive and most fluid and organized as possible. For research works the relevance and originality of the results will be taken into account. The third requirement to agree on the evaluation and possible publication of an article is its preparation in LaTeX (LaTeX manual) using a predefined template by the journal (template.tex). We ask the authors to respect the internal instructions given in the provided template. The source file (.tex) and a version .dvi, .pdf or .ps (printable) should be sent by email to divulgaciones@demat-fecluz.org. If the article contains figures, these should be attached as separate files in .jpg or .png formats.

The languages accepted by the journal are Spanish and English. When submitting an article, the author must include a separate letter stating that the article has not been published or submitted to another journal in total or partial way. The letter should contain the following information: Full name of author or authors, article title, signature of the author who submitts the article (corresponding author), and a declaration of conformity of the other authors.

When submitting a manuscript, the author or authors, should suggest the section of the journal in which the work should be included, namely research papers, expository and historical papers, mathematics teaching papers.

Articles should be organized into the following sections:

Identification. This should include:
* Full title in Spanish and English.
* short title for the article.
* Full name and full.
* Address of author or authors.
* Institutional affiliation.
* Electronic address.
* Two classifications, one primary and one secondary, of five characters of the AMS (MSC 2010).

Abstract: Text of not more than two hundred words simplify essentially what is presented throughout the work. You should take into account aspects such as
* Work objectives.
* Methodology used.
* Result.
Following the abstract should include three to six key words or phrases.

Resumen: A Spanish language translation of the above in the abstract.
Introduccion.
Development.
Thankful
(optional).
References (use the style exemplified in the template).

Should be noted that THE JOURNAL WILL PROCESS ONLY ARTICLES THAT HOLD ALL THE REQUIREMENTS MENTIONED ABOVE.