Cambridge Journal of Mathematics
ISSN Print 2168-0930 ISSN Online 2168-0949
4 issues per year
David Jerison (Department of Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Mark Kisin (Department of Mathematics, Harvard University)
William Minicozzi (Department of Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Wilfried Schmid, editor-in-chief (Department of Mathematics, Harvard University)
Horng-Tzer Yau (Department of Mathematics, Harvard University)
Shing-Tung Yau (Department of Mathematics, Harvard University)
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