Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics

ISSN (Online):
1776-0852
ISSN (Print):
1402-9251
Editor(s)-in-Chief:

Enrique G. Reyes, Zhijun Qiao

Indexed in:
  • Web of Science - SCIE (Impact Factor: 1.053)
  • Scopus (CiteScore: 2.31)
  • Subject: MathSciNet, zbMATH, et al.
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  • Local: CNKI, et al.

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The Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics is an international peer reviewed journal devoted to the publication of research papers concerned with the description, solution and applications of nonlinear problems in physics and mathematics. Read full Aims & Scope

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Journal Metrics

Impact Factor
1.053
5-Year Impact Factor
1.046
Immediacy Index
0.405
CiteScore
2.31
Source-Normalized Impact/Paper
1.026
SCImago Journal Rank
0.544
Field-Weighted Citation Impact
0.77
Eigenfactor
0.00071
Article Influence
0.348
Total Citations (Scopus data)
11,004
Cited Half-Life
10.6 years
Citing Half-Life
15.3 years
Total Downloads
792,626
Average Publication Speed
N/A
Acceptance Rate
33.3%

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