Mathematical and Computer Modelling of Dynamical Systems

  in Journal   Posted on August 27, 2017

Journal Ranking & Metrics

JCR Impact Factor: 0.439
SJR : 0.244
Scopus H-index : 27
Guide2Research Overall Ranking: 646

Journal Information

ISSN: 1387-3954
Publisher :
Periodicity : Bimonthly
Journal & Submission Website: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/nmcm20/current

Aims & Scope of the Journal

Mathematical and Computer Modelling of Dynamical Systems (MCMDS) provides an international, high-quality forum for presentation of new ideas and approaches in the derivation, simplification, and validation of models and sub-models of relevance to dynamical systems. The journal seeks to serve engineers and scientists across a variety of theoretical and applied fields in pursuit of novel ideas in modelling and to enable the exchange of experience and knowledge through descriptions of specific applications.

Original work will be published as regular papers or short notes dealing with a range of topics including automation of modelling, qualitative modelling, modular modelling, learning networks, uncertainties and the effects of modelling errors on system performance. Models can take the form of sets of equations, graphs or nets, or some combination of elements such as these.

The dynamic case -whether continuous time, discrete time of discrete-event, deterministic or stochastic – presents special challenges, and the derivation of an appropriate solution depends strongly on the proper initial formulation of the goals and constraints. Finding solutions to these challenges increasingly demands an interdisciplinary approach to modelling.

MCMDS publishes papers on applications in the field of engineering systems, environmental systems, biotechnology and others. Papers dealing with applications should carefully discuss the purpose of the model, the assumptions (explicit and implicit) made in its development and the precise process of model validation. Modelling of the task including the modelling of the dynamic system, of restrictions, of goals etc. and the implications of the model used on solution and on solution methods are of primary interest. Only the most important facts regarding computer simulation and mathematical methods used need to be discussed.

Papers should be easily readable for engineers and scientists working in a wide range of applications areas and should be able to be understood by readers who are not experts in the specific area of application. In that respect, authors are requested to concentrate on those aspects which are of interest to a large community of engineers and scientists, and to organize the paper so that it is stimulating and readable for engineers and scientists working in a wide range of application areas.

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