Instructions to Authors
The Australasian Journal of Combinatorics is an international journal which publishes significant and original research papers in all branches of combinatorics. We also consider timely survey articles and short expository pieces. All papers are fully refereed. Submission of a manuscript to the Australas. J. Combin. implies that the paper has not been published elsewhere, is not currently submitted for publication elsewhere, and, if accepted by the Australas. J. Combin., will not also be published elsewhere.
Electronic reprints (with the journal's pagination and layout) are provided free to authors.
Our preferred method of submission of papers is electronic, as a pdf file via e-mail to: email@example.com. Papers should be prepared in some form of TeX, and figures/diagrams should ideally be in postscript format. Note that the TeX and figure files are not required at submission stage, but will be required upon acceptance.
Contributors submitting hard copy should send two copies of manuscripts to the Editorial Office of the Australasian Journal of Combinatorics (Mathematics, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Qld 4072, Australia). A source file in some form of TeX (ideally LaTeX) will be required at acceptance stage. A stylefile is available upon request. Any figures, tables and headings should be able to fit into a space 6 x 9 inches (152mm x 229mm).
Please allow up to two weeks for acknowledgement of e-mail submissions; however, usually submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org are acknowledged in under a week.
From 2014, paper print copies of the journal will cease.
Publication will be electronic, soon after acceptance of papers,
and access will be free to all. This should increase visibility of
papers world wide, with free access and no 4 year time delay for
Authors submitting new papers should be aware that if their paper is accepted after August 2013 (too late for Volume 57, October 2013), then their paper will appear online (with free access to all) soon after acceptance, instead of in paper format.