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etc.

The Editorial Board struggles to raise the standards of this Journal.

As a general rule, the results obtained in the submitted manuscripts should be supported by examples showing their usefulness.

Other rules:

Submissions: authors should normally not have more than one pending submission.

Paper length: the papers should have reasonable length according to the topic they address. Authors may choose to post additional figures, tables, results on specific sites (arxiv, etc.).

Topics such as inequalities are accepted if the authors provide applications of the obtained results.

Papers dealing with iterative methods in Rn, accompanied by numerical applications, are preferred to settings in R or abstract spaces (with no concrete applications).