Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications, IEICE (NOLTA) is an all-electronic open access journal published quarterly by the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE), and edited by the NOLTA Editorial committee. NOLTA covers the entire field of nonlinear science, engineering and mathematics. NOLTA shall be published on J-STAGE web pages maintained by Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST).
Features: The features of NOLTA are: 1. Papers are DOI (digital object identifier) attached and accessible through the internet from all over the world. 2. Links to references are provided. 3. Papers including figures with multi-colors can be published. 4. Archives are available in the NOLTA web pages (https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/browse/nolta/list/-char/en).
Editorial policy: NOLTA publishes technical reports on outstanding inventions, innovation, and finding that have influential importance to nonlinear science. Rapid circulation of publication as well as article quality is deemed important for both contributors and subscribers working in the fast moving fields. For the promptness in reviewing and publishing procedures, authors are strongly advised to write their manuscripts as clearly and simply as possible so that the significance of their accomplishment can be readily spotted.
NOLTA Best Paper Award: The NOLTA Editorial committee presents the NOLTA Best Paper Award to authors of the most outstanding paper published in each volume of Nonlinear Theory and its Applications (NOLTA). The NOLTA Best Paper Award Selection Committee, which the NOLTA Editor-in-Chief chairs, determines the Award winners.
The decision of the Selection Committee is authorized by the IEICE Engineering Sciences Society Board of Directors and announced in June. The Award, which shall consist of a testimonial and cash prize, is scheduled to be presented at the International Symposium on Nonlinear Theory and its Applications.
Scope of NOLTA Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications, IEICE (NOLTA) is an all-electronic journal published quarterly by the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) and edited by the NOLTA Editorial committee. Military technology is outside the scope of NOLTA. NOLTA publishes original, peer-reviewed papers that embrace the entire field of nonlinear science including:
Nonlinear Theory in Science and Engineering -Bifurcation Theory -Chaos Theory -Fractal Theory -Fuzzy and Nonlinearity -Game Theory and Nonlinearity -Integrable Systems -Neural Networks and Nonlinearity -Nonlinear Acoustics -Nonlinear Algorithms -Nonlinear Circuits -Nonlinear Control -Nonlinear Devices -Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory -Nonlinear Image Processing -Nonlinear Information Processing -Nonlinear Lattices -Nonlinear Networks -Nonlinear Optics -Nonlinear Optimal Control -Nonlinear Optimization -Nonlinear Oscillation -Nonlinear Signal Processing -Nonlinear Stochastic Process -Nonlinear Systems -Nonlinear Time Series Analysis -Nonlinear Variational Problems -Nonlinear Waves (including ILM, Breather) -Nonlinearity in Electromagnetic Theory -Nonlinearity in Learning and Memory -Nonlinearity in Nano Technology -Soliton Theory Nonlinear Phenomena in Science and Engineering -Bifurcation Phenomena -Chaotic Phenomena -Complex Networks and Nonlinearity -Complex Systems and Nonlinearity -Immunity and Nonlinearity -Neuro Dynamics and Nonlinearity -Noise and Nonlinearity -Nonlinear Phenomena (General) -Randomness and Nonlinearity -Quantum Chaos -Semi-classical Chaos -Soliton Phenomena -Synchronization and Nonlinearity Mathematical and Numerical Methods -Analysis of Bifurcation in Science and Engineering -Analysis of Chaos -Analysis of Nonlinear Phenomena -Computational Topology for Analyzing Nonlinear Dynamics -Computer Algebraic Methods for Nonlinear Systems -Computer Assisted Proofs for Nonlinear Equations -Engineering Topics in Nonlinear Differential (-Difference) Equations -Errors in Numerical Computations-Gaming Simulations and Nonlinearity -Nonlinear Equations in Science and Engineering -Nonlinear Functional Equations in Science and Engineering -Numerical Analysis and Nonlinearity -Numerical Methods and Nonlinearity -Numerical Simulations of Nonlinear Phenomena -Numerical Simulations around Chaotic Models -Numerical Computations with Result Verification -Self-validating Numerics -Topological Methods for Dynamical Systems (Conley Index Theory) Interdisciplinary Fields -Biomimetics and Nonlinearity -Brain Science and Nonlinearity -Gene Science (Modeling, Designing and Constructing Synthetic Gene Networks) and Nonlinearity -Mathematical Biology and Nonlinearity -Nonlinearity in Bio-cybernetics -Nonlinearity in Biological Science -Nonlinearity in Classical Mechanics -Nonlinearity in Economics -Nonlinearity in Fluid Dynamics -Nonlinearity in Mechanics -Nonlinearity in Medical Science -Nonlinearity in Social Science -Turbulence and Nonlinearity Applications in Science and Engineering -Applications of Chaos -Applications of Nonlinear Circuits and Systems -Applications of Soliton -Communications and Nonlinearity -Communications using Chaos -Control of Chaos-Errors in Signal Processing -Nonlinear Engineering -Random Numbers and Chaos -Sensor Network and Nonlinearity
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