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Annales Mathematicae et Informaticae is an international journal of the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics of Eszterházy Károly University (Eger, Hungary), published by Líceum University Press.

Aims and Scope

This journal is open for scientific publications in mathematics and computer science, where the field of number theory, group theory, constructive and computer aided geometry as well as theoretical and practical aspects of programming languages receive particular emphasis. Methodological papers are also welcome. Papers submitted to the journal should be written in English. The Editorial Board can accept only new and unpublished material.


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Browse volumes or latest articles:
Annales Mathematicae et Informaticae 44 (2015)

Selected papers of the 9th International Conference on Applied Informatics

ISSN 1787-5021 (Print)
ISSN 1787-6117 (Online)


Editorial Board:

Sándor Bácsó, Sonja Gorjanc, Tibor Gyimóthy, Miklós Hoffmann, József Holovács, Tibor Juhász, László Kovács, László Kozma, Gábor Kusper, Kálmán Liptai, Florian Luca, Giuseppe Mastroianni, Ferenc Mátyás, Ákos Pintér, Miklós Rontó, László Szalay, János Sztrik, Gary Walsh

Technical Editor:

Tibor Tómács


Research papers:

Representation transformations of ordered lists
by Tibor Ásványi
Pages: 5–13

Power spectrum estimation of spherical random fields based on covariances
by Ágnes Baran, György Terdik
Pages: 15–22

Component visualization methods for large legacy software in C/C++
by Máté Cserép, Dániel Krupp
Pages: 23–33

Solving computational problems in real algebra/geometry
by James Harold Davenport
Pages: 35–46

What does mathematical notation actually mean, and how can computers process it?
by James Harold Davenport
Pages: 47–57

Lightweight simulation of programmable memory hierarchies
by Gergely Dévai
Pages: 59–69

A generalization of the Barabási-Albert random tree
by István Fazekas, Sándor Pecsora
Pages: 71–85

Surprise event detection of the supercomputer execution queues
by Zoltán Gál, Tibor Tajti, György Terdik
Pages: 87–97

Clang matchers for verified usage of the C++ Standard Template Library
by Gábor Horváth, Norbert Pataki
Pages: 99–109

On a secure distributed data sharing system and its implementation
by Péter Kasza, Péter Ligeti, Ádám Nagy
Pages: 111–120

A special localization algorithm in Wireless sensor networks for telemetry application
by Gyöngyi Kocsisné Szilágyi, Attila Kocsis
Pages: 121–130

A local PageRank algorithm for evaluating the importance of scientific articles
by András London, Tamás Németh, András Pluhár, Tibor Csendes
Pages: 131–140

An improved Community-based Greedy algorithm for solving the influence maximization problem in social networks
by Gábor Rácz, Zoltán Pusztai, Balázs Kósa, Attila Kiss
Pages: 141–150

Survey of attacking and defending in the RFID system
by Tibor Radványi, Csaba Biró, Sándor Király, Péter Szigetváry, Péter Takács
Pages: 151–164

Building of a mathematics-based RFID localization framework
by Zoltán Ruzsa, Zsolt Parisek, Roland Király, Tibor Tómács, Tamás Szakács, Henrik Hajagos
Pages: 165–176

Optimization of coefficients of lists of polynomials by evolutionary algorithms
by J. Rafael Sendra, Stephan M. Winkler
Pages: 177–185

Real time human activity monitoring
by József Sütő, Stefan Oniga, Attila Buchman
Pages: 187–196

Boundaries of membrane in P systems relying on multiset approximation spaces in language R
by Péter Takács, Zoltán Ernő Csajbók, Tamás Mihálydeák
Pages: 197–210

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