Utilitas Mathematica
An International Journal of Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics

Former Editor-in-chief:H.C. Swart (Cape Town, South Africa)
Managing Editors:
      Combinatorics and Statistical DesignJ.L. Allston (Winnipeg, Canada)
      Graph TheorySimon Mukwembi (Durban, South Africa)
Production Manager:D. Allston (Winnipeg, Canada)
 
Editorial Board

E.R. Berlekamp
Berkeley, California
E.J. Billington
Queensland, Australia
I. Broere
Pretoria, South Africa
D.D. Cowan
Waterloo, Ontario
P. Dankelmann
Durban, South Africa
R.C. Entringer
Albuquerque, New Mexico
D.A.S. Fraser
Toronto, Ontario
J.M. Gani
Canberra, Australia
W. Goddard
Clemson, South Carolina
M.A. Henning
Auckland Park, South Africa
A.M. Herzberg
Kingston, Ontario
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S. Kageyama
Hiroshima, Japan

J.D. Lawson
Sault Ste Marie, Ontario
A.R. Meijer
Cape Town, South Africa
R.C. Mullin
Waterloo, Ontario
C.M. Mynhardt
Victoria, British Columbia
O.R. Oellermann
Winnipeg, Manitoba
C.M. O'Keefe
Canberra, Australia
A. Plante
Montreal, Quebec
M.D. Plummer
Nashville, Tennessee
D. Raghavarao
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
C.R. Rao
Hyderabad, India
S.S. Shrikhande
Mount Pleasant, Michigan
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D.J. Street
Sydney, Australia
R.S.D. Thomas
Winnipeg, Manitoba
H.C. Williams
Calgary, Alberta

 
Submissions
Submissions must be sent in .pdf to:
      J.L. Allston (MathJournals@attglobal.net) [Combinatorics and Statistical Design], or,
      Simon Mukwembi (UtilitasMathematica@gmail.com) [Graph Theory]
 
Subscriptions
The cost for a subscription to Utilitas Mathematica for 2017 is US$330 for US customers; US$340 for international customers; and CDN$320.00 plus GST for Canadian customers. This is for four volumes: 103, 104, 105, and 106. For more information, please contact David Allston (MathJournals@attglobal.net).
 
Priority Publication Page Charges
Our policy of voluntary page charges operates as follows. If you do pay page charges, your paper will receive priority publication. It will go into the priority queue and will appear in the next available issue of the journal.

This policy will not cause any delay for papers already in the queue, since all priority publication articles will result in additional pages in the journal. For example, if there are 64 pages of priority-paid articles for an issue, that issue will contain the regular number of pages, plus an additional 64 pages. In this way we shall be able to publish larger volumes of the journal. Authors who are not able to pay page charges will also benefit considerably, since the priority articles will be removed from the queue and thus the queue will be shortened.
The US Postal Service has recently increased its charges a great deal. Effective January 1, 2016 the priority page charge will be US$70.00 per page if paying by cheque; US$75.00 per page if paying by VISA or bank transfer.


last updated 14 July, 2016.