No. There is no page charge for authors or readers. The published papers are freely available as well.

2- In which areas does AOT publish papers?

The Advances in Operator Theory (AOT) publishes papers of high standards in Operator Theory (MSC 47) and Functional Analysis (MSC 46) and related topics in

Linear and multilinear algebra; matrix theory (MSC15), K-theory (MSC19), Topological groups, Lie groups (MSC22), Measure and integration (MSC28), Functions of a complex variable (MSC30), Ordinary differential equations (MSC34), Partial differential equations (MSC35), Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory (MSC37), Difference and functional equations (MSC39), Harmonic analysis on Euclidean spaces (MSC42), Abstract Harmonic Analysis (MSC 43), Integral equations (MSC45), Calculus of variations and optimal control; optimization (MSC49), Global analysis, analysis on manifolds (MSC58), Probability theory and stochastic processes (MSC60), and Quantum theory (MSC81).

3- What type of papers does AOT publish?

The journal is composed of original research and survey articles.

The journal considers submissions with deep results, new ideas and profound impact.

4- Is this journal indexed in Scopus or Clarivate Analytics (ISI) productions?

Not yet, since it is a newly launched journal. Having a strong editorial board and using high standards on accepting papers, we hope to be covered by several indexing/abstracting services.

5- Where can I find style files for preparing the manuscript for AOT?

Please see Guide for authors at

http://aot-math.org/journal/authors.note

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AOT tries to make the decision within 3 months after submission, but this primarily depends on the referees. If you have not received a notice of the decision after 4 months, kindly contact the editor in chief by e-mail.