Proceedings of the Japan Academy, Series A, Mathematical Sciences

The aim of the Proceedings of the Japan Academy, Series A, is the rapid publication of original papers in mathematical sciences. The paper should be written in English or French (preferably in English), and at most 6 pages long when published. A paper that is a résumé or an announcement (i.e. one whose details are to be published elsewhere) can also be submitted.

The paper is published promptly if once communicated by a Member of the Academy at its General Meeting, which is held monthly except in July and in August.

Top downloads over the last seven days

On a generalization of the concept of functionsMikio SatoVolume 34, Number 3 (1958)
Basic elements over von Neumann regular ringsKiyoichi OshiroVolume 52, Number 7 (1976)
Toda lattice Hierarchy, IKimio Ueno and Kanehisa TakasakiVolume 59, Number 5 (1983)
On one fixed point actions on spheresMasaharu MorimotoVolume 63, Number 4 (1987)
New proofs of the trace theorem of Sobolev spacesYoichi MiyazakiVolume 84, Number 7 (2008)
  • Includes:

    Proceedings of the Japan Academy, Series A, Mathematical Sciences
    Coverage: 1977--
    ISSN: 0386-2194 (print)

    Proceedings of the Japan Academy
    Coverage: 1945-1977
    ISSN: 0021-4280 (print)

    Proceedings of the Imperial Academy
    Coverage: 1912-1945
    ISSN: 0369-9846 (print)

  • Publisher: The Japan Academy
  • Discipline(s): Mathematics
  • Full text available in Euclid: 1912--
  • Access: Open access
  • Euclid URL: