In writing maths papers, if I want to present a theorem or definition from some other paper, would it be acceptable to cite the author and then present a paraphrased version of the theorem/definition ...
If I submit a paper at other place (for example vixra) first, can I (modify it and) submit it to arxiv again? Is it valuable to publish a paper at the vixra? Except arxiv and vixra, does any other ...
How does a non-mathematician go about publishing a proof in a way that ensures it to be up to the mathematical community's standards?
I'm a computer science student who is a maths hobbyist. I'm convinced that I've proven a major conjecture. The problem lies in that I've never published anything before and am not a mathematician by ...
I am writing a formal school paper (by formal I mean, with an abstract, a bibliography and 20 pages in length) on mathematics (it is called 'Extended Essay,' for those having knowledge of the ...
This may sound like a childish question and for all its worth, very well may be one as I am only 17, but how do I know who to trust with reviewing or looking at my work? The idea of someone stealing ...
I have recently discovered some mistakes in a published maths article. I have contacted the author pointing out politely my concerns, but I got no specific answer, just a "polite" one, that the ...
As a student where should he first approach for review of his paper, even more so a first one, before submitting to peer reviewed journal? Teachers tend to be busy with school and personal work, ...
I asked a similar question previously, though this is more specific and directed. In the writing of mathematics research papers, when is information cited, such as definitions? I have read that if ...
I submitted a paper to quite a low-rated journal a few months ago, partly because I didn't think that my results were particularly good, but also because I neglected to do much research into impact ...