Login or Register to make a submission.

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The file with the submitted article is presented in PDF format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
  • The text of the article is accompanied by a zip archive with source codes (sources in .tex, images in .eps) and cover letter.

Author Guidelines

The journal accepts for consideration articles corresponding to the themes of the journal within the framework of the following scientific specialties:

  • 01.01.07Computational mathematics (physical and mathematical sciences),
  • 05.13.11Mathematical support and software of computers, complexes and computer networks (physical and mathematical sciences and technical sciences),
  • 05.13.18Mathematical modeling numerical methods and program complexes (physical and mathematical sciences and technical sciences).

In cooperation with authors, the editorial board follows the fundamental rules of publication ethics in accordance with the COPE Code (Committee on Publication Ethics,

The journal welcomes the publication of articles containing discussion with previously published materials in the journal.

The journal considers articles containing both positive and negative results for publication.


Publication forms

The editorial board of the journal accepts for consideration the author's materials, drawn up in the form of a review or an original article.

Reviews can cover any modern achievements related to the subject of the journal. Reviews should be written in such a way as to assist the reader in assessing emerging prospects and opportunities, as well as in finding publications containing key information about new developments. In the introductory part of the review, it is desirable to provide an explanation of the main tasks, concepts and terms. The reader of the review article should understand the need for an in-depth study of the problem using the bibliographic references provided for the article, so the review should not look like a listing of innovations and references to sources.

Original articles must correspond to the subject of the journal. The novelty and scientific significance of the work are checked by reviewers and the editor-in-chief. The information in the original article must be complete, allowing a specialist in this field to reproduce the results obtained by the authors. It is not recommended to present generally known information in the original articles. When submitting manuscripts, the authors are fully responsible for the fact that the presented research results are performed personally, comply with the norms of scientific ethics and are carried out on an open topic.

Volumes of published materials

Review articles can be up to 30 pages per issue. The publication of reviews in several issues takes place in agreement with the editor-in-chief. Authors of original articles are recommended to be up to 20 pages long.

Article title

Authors should give the article the most specific and informative title, if possible, not exceeding 20 words.


Review and original articles should be accompanied by annotations giving an idea of ​​the essence and novelty of the published results. The abstract should be understandable before reading the article and should not contain links to any publications. The volume of the annotation should not exceed 10-15 lines. It is not recommended to break annotations into paragraphs.

UDC codes

The authors of the article indicate the UDC (for articles in Russian), which the publication corresponds to.


Authors should indicate the set of keywords that best characterize the published research results. Keywords are used to automatically search for an article, for example in an electronic library. We recommend that authors choose no more than 10 keywords or phrases for their article.

Structure of Articles

Depending on the volume, the main text of the article can be structured into sections and paragraphs, like this article, or only into paragraphs. It is not recommended to give titles to sections and paragraphs that span more than two lines. A section should not consist of one paragraph.

Paragraphs can be two or more paragraphs. It is recommended for better perception to break the text into paragraphs no more than 10-15 lines in size.


In the last paragraph before the list of references, the authors have the right to express gratitude to those who provided substantial assistance in the work, or to indicate sponsorship and grants.


The list of references is an integral part of the article and is drawn up directly in the text of the article with the indication doi, if the publication is assigned a digital identifier. The list of references is formed in the order of reference to the sources in the text of the article.

A mandatory requirement is a complete translation of the bibliography into English for indexing an article in foreign databases.

The use of separate files with the bib, bbl and others extensions is not allowed.

Below is an example of the formatting of bibliography in Russian and English.

  1. Воеводин В.В., Воеводин Вл.В. Параллельные вычисления. СПб.: БХВ–Петербург, 2002.
  2. Бахвалов Н.С., Жидков Н.П., Кобельков Г.М. Численные методы. М.: Наука, 1987.
  3. Марчук Г.И., Дымников В.П., Залесный В.Б. Математические модели в геофизической гидродинамике и численные методы их реализации. Л.: Гидрометеоиздат, 1987.
  4. Хайрер Э., Нёрсетт С., Ваннер Г. Решение обыкновенных дифференциальных уравнений. Нежесткие задачи. М.: Мир, 1990.
  5. Stewart G.W. Introduction to matrix computations. New York–London: Academic Press, 1973.
  6. Bunch J., Rose D. (Eds.) Sparse matrix computations. New York–San Francisco–London: Academic Press, 1976.
  7. Chrysos G. Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor (codename Knights Corner) // Proc. of the 2012 IEEE Hot Chips 24th Symposium (HCS). New York: IEEE Press, 2012. doi 10.1109/HOTCHIPS.2012.7476487.
  8. Арушанян О.Б., Волченскова Н.И., Залеткин С.Ф. Об одном приближенном аналитическом методе интегрирования обыкновенных дифференциальных уравнений // Вычислительные методы и программирование. 2015. 16. 235–241.
  9. Theofanous T.G., Mitkin V., Chang C.H. The dynamics of dense particle clouds subjected to shock waves. Part 1. Experiments and scaling laws // Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 2016. 792. 658–681.
  10. Перечень оборудования Центра коллективного пользования Сибирского суперкомпьютерного центра ИВМиМГ СО РАН.


  1. V. V. Voevodin and Vl. V. Voevodin, The Parallel Computing (BHV–Petersburg, St. Petersburg, 2002).
  2. N. S. Bakhvalov, N. P. Zhidkov, and G. M. Kobel’kov, Numerical Methods (Binom, Moscow, 2007) [in Russian].
  3. G. I. Marchuk, V. P. Dymnikov, and V. B. Zalesny, Mathematical Models in Geophysical Hydrodynamics and Numerical Methods for Their Implementation (Gidrometeoizdat, Leningrad, 1987) [in Russian].
  4. E. Hairer, S. P. Nörsett, and G. Wanner, Solving Ordinary Differential Equations. I. Nonstiff Problems (Springer, Berlin, 1987; Mir, Moscow, 1990).
  5. G. W. Stewart G.W. Introduction to matrix computations. New York–London: Academic Press, 1973.
  6. Bunch J., Rose D. (Eds.) Sparse matrix computations. New York–San Francisco–London: Academic Press, 1976.
  7. G. Chrysos, "Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor (Codename Knights Corner)," in Proc. 2012 IEEE Hot Chips 24th Symposium (HCS), Cupertino, USA, August 27–29, 2012 (IEEE Press, New York, 2012), doi 10.1109/HOTCHIPS.2012.7476487.
  8. O. B. Arushanyan, N. I. Volchenskova, and S. F. Zaletkin, "On an Approximate Analytical Method of Solving Ordinary Differential Equations," Vychisl. Metody Programm. 16, 235–241 (2015).
  9. T. G. Theofanous, V. Mitkin, and C. H. Chang, "The Dynamics of Dense Particle Clouds Subjected to Shock Waves. Part 1. Experiments and Scaling Laws," J. Fluid Mech. 792, 658–681 (2016).
  10. Hardware Specifications of the Siberian Supercomputing C enter. Cited April 5, 2019.

English translation

Authors of articles published in the journal in Russian must provide translated into English:

  • surname, name, patronymic, academic degree, academic title of each author;
  • the name, postal addresses of the organizations that are the main places of work of the authors, and their positions in these organizations;
  • article title;
  • annotation text;
  • keywords;
  • captions to figures (graphs);
  • names of tables and listings.


Preparation of the article

The editors accept articles from authors prepared in the LATEX publishing system.

Authors of articles can use additional style files, for example algorithmx for a set of algorithms, etc. Additional style files must be explicitly included in the document preamble. Using your own styles is not recommended.

Articles prepared using Microsoft Word or other editors are accepted only in exceptional cases by the decision of the editors and will be published with a delay due to the translation of the original text into the LATEX publishing system and additional editorial revisions.

Typing requirements

The editors recommend following the typing rules set out in the Russian-language literature on the LATEX system.

We draw the attention of the authors to the following typing rules.

There should always be a space between the initials and the surname (A.A.Ivanov). In the title of the article, spaces are also placed between the initials: A. A. Ivanov.

The integer part of the number should be separated from the fractional part in the same way in the text of the article: either a comma or a period. On graphs and diagrams formed as a result of the work of programs, and in program listings, the integer part of the number from the fractional part can be separated by a dot.

The quotation marks should be in the form of "legs"; the use of "herringbones" is not allowed.

Dates must be typed in the format

The period is not put after the section headings, table titles and figure captions, after a number of abbreviated names: s - second, g - gram, min - minute, d - day, mil - million, bil - billion, etc.

The period is placed at the end of the last sentence of the annotation, after the abbreviations: mon. - month, etc.

Multi-word abbreviations are separated by spaces, for example 760 mmHg. Art., with the exception of commonly used ones (i.e.).

References to figures and tables are separated by non-breaking spaces from the number (correct: Fig. 1, Table 2, incorrect: Fig.1, Tab.2).

Quotes and brackets are not separated by spaces from the words enclosed in them: (for Umax), (a); and not ( at Umax ), ( a ).

A non-breaking space is placed between the number or paragraph sign and the number: No. § 5.65.

Requirements for a set of formulas, theorems, etc.

a) all numbers are typed in straight type in formulas; b) all Roman script chars, including indices (for example, Emin); c) abbreviations of mathematical functions: sin, cos, lim, max.

For typing excluded formulas, it is recommended to use the equation environment with automatic continuous numbering. To suppress numbering, use the equation * environment.

The style file provides for the placement of summation indices, integration limits, etc. strictly above or below mathematical symbols.

Formulas that span one or more lines (so-called exclusion formulas) and are part of a sentence must obey the rules of punctuation.

The words "Theorem", "Collorary", "Lemma", "Asserrtion", "Proposition" are placed in the text of the article explicitly and are highlighted in bold, and the corresponding formulations are in italics.

The words "Proof", "Definition", "Remark" are in roman italic style, and the corresponding wording is in roman type.

It is recommended to carry out continuous numbering with Arabic numerals for theorems, definitions, etc.

Requirements for a set of program listings

int main (int argc, char *argv[])
#pragma omp parallel
		printf("Message 1\n");
#pragma omp single nowait
			printf("Some text\n");
		printf("Message 2\n");

Listing 1. An example of the design of a program fragment

Requirements for illustrations

Fig. 1. Classification of M. Flynn:
a) Single Instruction stream / Single Data stream;
b) Single Instruction stream / Multiple Data stream;
c) Multiple Instruction stream / Single Data stream;
d) Multiple Instruction stream / Multiple Data stream (with the permission of the authors)

  1. The editors make minimal edits to the illustrations. In case of insufficient quality illustrations, the article is sent to the authors for revision.
  2. The following dimensions of illustrations are recommended: a) no more than 165 mm wide and no more than 210 mm high (in the width of a text column); b) no more than 80 mm wide and no more than 140 mm high (half the column width); c) 145 mm high and 240 mm wide (illustration expanded 90° on the whole page).
  3. Three types of illustrations are accepted: line drawings (graphs, diagrams, graphs, etc.), screenshots of the computer screen (for example, color visualization of the field obtained as a result of mathematical modeling) and photographs.
  4. Line art is accepted in the form of PNG (raster) files with a resolution of 600 DPI at a 1:1 scale of the figure or in EPS format (vector images). The thickness of the thinnest line in the picture should not be less than 5px. It is recommended to use black for the main lines. Elements of the picture that are important for understanding should be highlighted in two or three colors, which are contrastingly reproduced in black and white printing. Recommended background color is white.
  5. Photos are accepted in formats JPEG, PNG, TIFF with a resolution of 300 DPI. The image in the photo should be sharp, contrasting. Digital image processing should not raise doubts about the authenticity of the photograph.
  6. The series of illustrations is intended for comparing graphs, assessing the influence of parameters, explaining trends, dynamics, etc. Drawings included in the series must be of the same size and resolution. The series must be completed with one floating object of the LATEX system. Each illustration in the series must be designated with a letter of the Russian alphabet (Fig. 1). Letters of illustrations in the series are recommended to be placed by the commands of the publishing system LATEX.
  7. The editors draw your attention to the fact that the preliminary layout made by the authors often leads to a deterioration in the quality of the pictures, for example, due to the incorrectly set resolution when converting a picture to EPS format. The editors ask to provide, along with EPS files, the original "raw" files in the formats TIFF, PNG, JPEG without processing. If the picture is a screenshot from the computer screen, then it must be taken at the maximum window size and no longer scaled. Authors can make a copy of the figure in the format and sizes they need and insert it into the text of the article.
  8. The editorial board of the journal does not require authors to deal with such technical issues as wrapping pictures with text and placing them on the page. The final layout is carried out by the technical editors of the journal.

Requirements for the design of tables

The editors recommend formatting tabular data using the LATEX publishing system. Highlighting table cells with color unnecessarily is not encouraged. The exception is tables obtained from the Internet or automated data processing systems in the form of screenshots.

For small tables it is recommended to use the tabularx environment. For layout of complex or large tables, additional style files may be required.

Requirements for captions of figures and tables

  • Figures, tables, formulas, program listings, etc. must have consecutive numbering for each type of structural elements of the article.
  • Signatures should be informative and concise. It is recommended that signatures be worded so that they do not span more than three lines.
  • The caption for a series of illustrations should contain a common name for all figures in the series and a list of captions that specify each illustration (Fig. 1).

Links to figures, formulas, tables, sources

The editors do not recommend using manually typed links in the text of the article. To reduce the likelihood of errors in links in the text of the article, it is necessary to use the \label commands, which automatically save the counter values ​​for figures, tables, lists in a symbolic variable, and \ref, which creates a link by the variable name.


Required documents

To publish an article, authors must provide:

  1. a cover letter from the authors in electronic form and its scanned version with "live" signatures;
  2. an electronic LATEX-version of the article (in Russian and / or English), prepared in accordance with the requirements for the formatting of articles, as well as a pdf-file of the article and figures;
  3. a text file containing the following information in Russian and English: a) surname, name, patronymic, academic degree, academic title, ORCID and e-mail of each of the authors; b) the names and postal addresses of organizations that are the main places of work of the authors and their positions in these organizations; c) the title of the article; d) annotation text; e) keywords.

Transfer of documents to the editorial office

The author interacts with the editors mainly through the journal's website After completing the registration form, the author (one of the authors) have to:

  1. download through the form all the prepared necessary documents and article components in the form of a ZIP-archive, choosing when downloading the Article Component = “ZIP-archive with source texts (.tex and required additional files)”;
  2. give a description of the archive, authorship, etc. (it is recommended to do it at the stage of checking the details of the sent file);
  3. confirm sending the archive;
  4. enter article metadata (title, abstract and keywords required) and information about the author and all co-authors (all information must be entered in Russian and / or in English);
  5. confirm the entered data.

The author receives e-mail notifications for all significant events accompanying the process of preparing an article for publication. The author should monitor the change in the status of the article and, if necessary, respond to the editorial board's invitations to enter into a dialogue on the pages with the discussion of the material (for example, when communicating with a literary editor).

Publication decision, peer review procedure

The editors consider articles only relevant to the subject of the journal. If the article is rejected, the editorial board notifies the author of the decision and does not enter into a discussion with the author of the correspondence of his article to the subject of the journal. The author has the right to publish his work in another edition.

An article accepted by the editorial board for review after preliminary selection undergoes a single-blind peer review procedure approved by the journal.

The author receives a review of his article and a notification from the editor-in-chief about the acceptance of the article for publication, about the need for revision or rejection of the article, indicating the reasons.

Preparing an article for publication

The article accepted for publication goes through the stages of literary and technical editing. Depending on the quality of the materials presented, the author will be in more or less intensive correspondence with the editors. Authors are encouraged to respond to letters from editors within one to two days so that the publication takes place in the intended issue of the journal.

Publishing an article

Articles from the typeset issue of the magazine are posted on the website, the issue is sent to print. The author is notified of the publication.

Methods and algorithms of computational mathematics and their applications

Section 1. Methods and algorithms of computational mathematics and their applications for solving scientific and technical problems

Parallel software tools and technologies

Parallel software and technologies for solving problems of computational mathematics and its scientific and technical applications

Privacy Statement

The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.