AIMS AND SCOPE
Aims and Scope
Homology, Homotopy and Applications is a refereed journal which publishes high-quality papers in the general area of homotopy theory and algebraic topology, as well as applications of the ideas and results in this area. This means applications in the broadest possible sense, i.e. applications to other parts of mathematics such as number theory and algebraic geometry, as well as to areas outside of mathematics, such as computer science, physics, and statistics. Homotopy theory is also intended to be interpreted broadly, including algebraic K-theory, model categories, homotopy theory of varieties, etc. We particularly encourage innovative papers which point the way toward new applications of the subject.
Papers will be refereed carefully with regard to correctness, originality, significance, and general level of interest of the results. In addition, papers should be written clearly and the length should be commensurate with the significance of the results.
Homology, Homotopy, and Applications was founded in 1999 by Hvedri Inassaridze of the Georgian Academy of Sciences. His vision, that a journal focusing on homotopy theory and its applications would be a valuable resource for the mathematical community, as well as the energy he invested in maintaining it since that time, have been crucial to the development of the journal. The Editorial Board wishes to express its gratitude to Hvedri for these contributions.
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