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Bulletin of the Karaganda university
Mathematics series. About journal

Иллюстрация ISSN: 2518-7929 (Print).

ISSN: 2663–5011 (Online).

Journal is registered in The International Centre for the registration of serial publications ISSN (UNESCO, Paris, France) ISSN 2518-7929 (Print). ISSN 2663–5011 (Online).


Publisher: Academician Ye.A. Buketov Karaganda University

Languages of publications: English

Periodicity: 1 time per quarter.

Indexing: Web of Science Core Collection, eLibrary.ru

The journal is included in the list of publications recommended by the Committee for Quality Assurance in Education and Science of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan for publishing the main results of scientific activity.

The journal is indexed by the Kazakhstan Citation Base (KazCB), of the National Center of Scientific and Technology Evaluation JSC (NCSTE).

The journal is included in the specialized reference bibliographic service CrossRef, each author's article is assigned a DOI – a digital object identifier that is used to provide a citation, reference and access to electronic documents.

The editorial policy of the journal was approved by the decision of the Editorial Board of the journal «Bulletin of the Karaganda university. Mathematics series» (Protocol №2 from 07.08.2020).


Publication of carefully selected original research papers fundamental mathematics written by mathematicians first of all from Europe and Asia. However, papers by mathematicians from other continents are also welcome. From time to time « Bulletin of the Karaganda University. Mathematics series» will also publish survey papers in math. Submissions sent for peer-review are selected on the basis of novelty and general significance, in addition to the usual criteria for publication in scholarly journals

The journal does not publish:

- materials that do not correspond to the subject of the magazine;

- materials published by authors earlier in other publications;

- materials containing spelling, mathematical or other errors that cannot be corrected, as well as statements and hypotheses that directly contradict established scientific fact