Requests for subscriptions should be sent to the publisher or Production Manager.
The scope of the journal is all areas of combinatorial mathematics and related computing.
JCMCC began publication in April, 1987.
The subscription rate for 2017 (volumes 100 (February), 101 (May), 102 (August), 103 (November))
will be US$300.00 for US customers; US$310.00 for International customers; and CDN$295.00 plus GST for Canadian customers.
Submissions to JCMCC can be sent to any member of the editorial board,
or to the Production Manager.
|It is understood that the contents of the paper have not been published elsewhere, and will not be published elsewhere. The author should retain a copy of the paper. The Editorial Board cannot accept responsibility for the return of submissions.|
|Authors are requested to use a spelling checker and grammar checker before submitting a paper, as it is not the referee's job to check spelling and grammar.|
|In preparing the manuscript, avoid compositors' conventions, such as coloured underlining. Text need merely be typed in Roman letters, according to the standards of the AMS. Tables and figures should be numbered and in a form suitable for photographic reproduction. References should be given in the form  to a final alphabetically organized list of references, which should include page numbers. Authors' names should not be inverted in the reference list; write C.T. Onions, not Onions, C.T.|
|Once a paper has been accepted, send a .pdf file to the Production Manager. The file must be in 10 point Times or Computer Modern font, single spaced, with the text being 4.5 by 7.125 inches (11.4 by 18.1 cm). We use your copy as camera-ready. An invoice for 25 reprints (with or without covers) will be sent to you if you ask for the reprints.|
|JCMCC has published a special volume in honour of|
|It is volume 80, February (2012).|
Tables of Contents are available for recent volumes.
|Our policy of voluntary page charges operates as follows. If you do pay page charges, your paper will receive priority publication. It will go into the priority queue and will appear in the next available issue of the journal. This policy will not cause any delay for papers already in the queue, since all priority publication articles will result in additional pages in the journal. For example, if there are 64 pages of priority-paid articles for an issue, that issue will contain the regular number of pages, plus an additional 64 pages. In this way we shall be able to publish larger volumes of the journal. Authors who are not able to pay page charges will also benefit considerably, since the priority articles will be removed from the queue and thus the queue will be shortened.|
|The US Postal Service has recently increased its charges a great deal. Effective January 1, 2016 the priority page charge will be US$70.00 per page if paying by cheque; US$75.00 per page if paying by VISA or bank transfer.|
Questions or comments about JCMCC may be directed to David Allston