The Gazette seeks to publish items of the following types: - Reviews of books, particularly by Australian authors, or books of wide interest - Classroom notes on presenting mathematics in an elegant way -*Technical, peer reviewed papers by invitation only -Items relevant to mathematics education -Letters on relevant topical issues -Information on conferences, particularly those held in Australasia and the region - Information on recent major mathematical achievements - Reports on the business and activities of the Society - Staff changes and visitors in mathematics departments - News of members of the Australian Mathematical Society
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The purpose of Applied Mathematics Letters is to provide a means of rapid publication of research announcements and important but brief applied mathematical papers. Potential contributions include any work involving a novel application or utilization of mathematics, or a development in the methodology of applied mathematics. The journal considers all areas of mathematics as appropriate from number theory to Lie algebras and differential games. All application areas are welcome as well, be it computer science, physics, anthropology, fluid dynamics or any other of the main fields of endeavor where mathematics is used in nontrivial ways.