JLA becomes the first ASL sponsored journal

The Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL: www.aslonline.org/) has agreed to sponsor the Journal of Logic and Analysis, the first in this category recently created by the ASL Council.

The Journal of Logic and Analysis (JLA) is an electronic open access peer-reviewed journal ( ISSN 1759-9008) that that examines the interaction between ideas or techniques from mathematical logic and other areas of mathematics, especially, but not limited to, pure and applied analysis. The journal publishes papers in nonstandard analysis and related areas of applied model theory; papers involving interplay between mathematics and logic (including foundational aspects of such interplay); and mathematical papers using or developing analytical methods having connections to any area of mathematical logic.

JLA is intended to be a natural home for papers with an essential interaction between mathematical logic and other areas of mathematics, rather than for papers purely in logic or analysis.

Volume 1 (2009) is complete, and papers are currently being published in Volume 2 (2010).  Papers are reviewed in MathSciNet and Zentralblatt MATH

For further information about JLA (Editorial Board, how to submit papers etc) visit the website (http://logicandanalysis.org/) or contact the Editor-in-Chief, Prof Nigel Cutland, University of York, UK (nc507@york.ac.uk).

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