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Foundations of Computational Mathematics (ERA Journal)

Foundations of Computational Mathematics is an ERA accredited research journal used as part of the evaluation of the ERA research rankings.

Foundations of Computational Mathematics issns are issn1: 1615-3375 issn2: 1615-3383.

The fields covered by Foundations of Computational Mathematics as part of the evaluation of Australian university research excellence are:

Mathematical Sciences Research Rankings (Major Field)

Information and Computing Sciences Research Rankings (Major Field)

Other ERA-accredited journals supporting the evaluation of the Mathematical Sciences field include:

Annual Review of Materials Research
Combinatorica: an international journal on combinatorics and the theory of computing
Computers and Mathematics with Applications
Electronic Journal of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
European Journal of Mechanics B: Fluids
International Journal of Biometrics and Bioinformatics (IJBB)
International Journal of Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering
Journal of Applied Crystallography
Journal on Numerical Methods and Computer Applications
Mathematical Modelling and Applied Computing (MMAC)
Nature Photonics
Physics of Fluids
Transport Theory and Statistical Physics

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