The Journal originated in 1941 under the title of
Memoirs of Faculty of Science Kyushu Imperial University Series A
Mathematics in order to publish original research papers in pure
and applied mathematics ---before that, some papers in mathematics were
published in the Memoirs of College of Engineering Kyushu Imperial
Except for an interruption from 1944 to 1947 during and after the
World War II, and the omission of `Imperial' from the title in 1948,
it continued until 1993. As the title shows, the journal was edited by the
members of the Department of Mathematics of Faculty of Science of
In 1994, this journal made a fresh-start under the present title
by the establishment of the editorial board with mathematicians from
other universities mainly in Kyushu area,
and by the merger with another mathematical
journal also had been published by Kyushu University:
Mathematical reports College of General Education
Kyushu University 1(1964)--19(1993).
Currently, more than 650 copies of each volume are distributed to
universities and institutes around the world, and electric version has
also been launched in 2005:
Only original papers not yet published and not simultaneously
submitted for publication elsewhere will be received.
Manuscripts should contain the following:
1. Abstract (of approximately 10 lines without mathematical formulas)
2. Key Words and Phrases
3. 2000 Mathematics Subject Classification Numbers
4. Running head (abbreviated title) of less than 40 characters.
Authors' affiliation(s) should be supplied at the end of the
Electronically prepared manuscripts
(dvi or pdf) can be sent via email to
Only after the manuscript is accepted, a tex text file,
if any, will be asked.
Electronic submission is preferred.
But if you are unable to submit your manuscript electronically,
you could send two hard copies to the postal address:
All manuscripts should be sent to the chief editor:
KJM editor Prof. Masaaki Yoshida
Kyushu Journal of Mathematics
Faculty of Mathematics
Fukuoka, 819-0395 Japan
Authors are asked to make clear to which author correspondence and
galley proofs should be sent.
Authors will receive page proofs, preferably by e-mail in PDF format.
Corrections should be confined to typographical errors.
Authors will be charged for excessive corrections.
Please correct your galley proofs and return them
in a few days together with the signed
copyright agreement .
The author(s) of each paper will receive 25 offprints free of charge.