Instruction for Authors

  1. Submission of an article implies that the work has not been published previously, that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, and that its publication is approved by all authors. Submission of an article implies that no "ghostwriting" or "guest authorship" practices occurred. The authors guarantee that they have the appropriate authority from their employers and/or funding agencies to publish the work. If published research is financed by domestic or foreign organizations, the authors are obliged to indicate the sources of financing.

  2. Manuscripts should be written in English and prepared in LaTeX (template files:

  3. A first page should contain:
    - title,
    - name(s) of author(s),
    - authors' affiliations,
    - abstract not exceeding 150 words,
    - 2010 Mathematics Subject Classification codes,
    - list of key words and phrases.

  4. Recommended size of letters is 11-point.

  5. Size of the printed area is:
    - width - 12.5 cm,
    - height - 19 cm.

  6. Figures in articles should be prepared with TeX packages or included as EPS files.

  7. References, arranged in alphabetical order (only these ones which are cited in the paper) should be styled and punctuated according to the examples given below.
    [1] Castaing C., Valadier M.: \textit{Convex Analysis and Mesurable Multifunctions}. Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1977.
    [2] Mitrinovic D.S: \textit{Elementary Inequalities}. PWN, Warsaw 1972 (in Polish).
    [3] Rosser J.B., Schoenfeld L.: \textit{Approximate formulas for some functions of prime numbers}. Illinois J. Math. \textbf{6} (l962), 64--94.
    [4] Zohl E.: \textit{Perturbed Riccati equation}. In: Numerical Models for Engineering Problems, Watkins H., Franklin P. (eds.), Academic Press, Boston 1999, 67--78.

    Abbreviations of journal names, used in References, should follow Mathematical Reviews.

    Abbreviation for citing articles from this journal should be: Silesian J. Pure Appl. Math.

  8. The paper should be sent in pdf form to editorial office (

  9. All submissions must contain 2-3 names and email addresses of people who are working in scientific area related to presented research and are not affiliated with any of the authors. The persons may be considered as the potential reviewers.

  10. If the paper is accepted for publication, the authors will be requested to transmit the final source files.

  11. The proofs will be sent electronically to the corresponding author. Corrections at the proof stage must be kept to a minimum. If the proofs are not returned promptly, the article will be printed in the previous version.

  12. All approved manuscripts will be accessible also online.
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