Welcome to the latest issue of the electronic journal

Journal of Inequalities in Pure and Applied Mathematics (JIPAM)

Below we outline a few points worth noting:

  • JIPAM is a peer-reviewed international journal in the theory of mathematical inequalities and their applications.  The editorial board is comprised of 56 internationally recognized researchers - many of which are world leaders in the their field.   
    The journal was established by the VUT members of the Research Group in Mathematical Inequalities and Applications (RGMIA).  The phenomenal success of the RGMIA convinced us that a journal like JIPAM could succeed and indeed flourish.

  • JIPAM is an electronic publication of the School of Communications and Informatics, Victoria University of Technology.  Some of the advantages of using the internet as the publishing medium are:

    • quick publication.  Our first call for papers was in September, 1999 and in (less than) seven months, we were able to receive manuscripts, referee, typeset and publish.  Refereeing takes place in less than 100 working days.  A main aim of JIPAM is rapid dissemination of results.

    • cost.  Due to the low cost of electronic publications, subscription rates (which will be free for this year) can be kept to a minimum.

    • flexible medium.  We can accept longer review papers as we are not bound by page restrictions.  In addition, we further exploit the electronic nature of the journal by offering two versions of each article - one suitable for printing and another designed for viewing on screen.   See our PDF page for more details. 

  • To encourage submission of manuscripts of the highest quality, JIPAM will offer an annual prize to the best article.

  • This web site has been designed to be stable and quick loading.  There is no Java or Javascript technology employed and each page is less than 100k in size.  Once the top and side images are loaded, navigation should be quick and easy.  For best viewing we recommend a resolution of at least 800x600 with 256 or more colours.

Finally, we hope you enjoy reading the articles in this issue and we ask that you keep JIPAM in mind when considering your next publication.

Sever S. Dragomir

12 December, 2001



R.P. Agarwal
G. Anastassiou
T. Ando
H. Araki
A.G. Babenko
D. Bainov
N.S. Barnett
H. Bor
J. Borwein
P.S. Bullen
P. Cerone
S.H. Cheng
L. Debnath
S.S. Dragomir
N. Elezovic
A.M. Fink
A. Fiorenza
T. Furuta
L. Gajek
H. Gauchman
C. Giordano
F. Hansen
D. Hinton
A. Laforgia
L. Leindler
C.-K. Li
L. Losonczi 
A. Lupas
R. Mathias
T. Mills
G.V. Milovanovic
R.N. Mohapatra
B. Mond
M.Z. Nashed
C.P. Niculescu
I. Olkin
B. Opic
B. Pachpatte
Z. Pales
C.E.M. Pearce
J. Pecaric
L.-E. Persson
L. Pick
I. Pressman
S. Puntanen
F. Qi
A.G. Ramm
T.M. Rassias
A. Rubinov
S. Saitoh
J. Sandor
S.P. Singh
A. Sofo
H.M. Srivastava
K.B. Stolarsky
G.P.H. Styan
L. Toth
R. Verma
F. Zhang

2000 School of Communications and Informatics, Victoria University of Technology. All rights reserved.
JIPAM is published by the School of Communications and Informatics which is part of the Faculty of Engineering and Science, located in Melbourne, Australia. All correspondence should be directed to the editorial office.


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