UK Nonlinear News, Sept. 1995

Nonlinear Science Today

News and Views of the Dynamics Community, Free on the WWW

Springer-Verlag New York announces its first electronic journal, Nonlinear Science Today - An Adjunct to Journal of Nonlinear Science, to go on the WWW September 15, 1995. In the electronic format as well as in its former print version, NST provides a forum for the dissemination of new results, methods and ideas in nonlinear science. It publishes articles that are accessible to a wider dynamics audience and facilitates the cross-fertilization and interaction between different areas of science, mathematics, and various applied disciplines.

Managing Editors are Robert Behringer, Duke University, North Carolina, and Ferdinand Verhulst, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. Special features will include peer reviewed articles, book reviews, commentaries, links, and all NST archival articles. The new site also provides current information, table of contents and abstracts of Journal of Nonlinear Science.

Springer-Verlag welcomes you to visit Nonlinear Science Today on the WWW at

Source: Suzanne Kemperman (

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