Analysis Mathematica is an international quarterly sponsored jointly by the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. It is dedicated primarily to problems of classical mathematical analysis, such as the differentiation and integration of functions, measure theory, analytic and harmonic functions, Fourier analysis and orthogonal expansions, approximation of functions and quadrature formulae, function spaces, extremal problems and inequalities, etc. The journal publishes research papers containing new, essential results with complete proofs, and also occasional survey papers prepared on the initiative of the Editorial Board.
0133-3852 (print version) / 1588-273X (electronic version)
Doklady Physics is a monthly journal containing English translations of current Russian research in physics, technical physics, astronomy, and mechanics from Doklady Akademii Nauk (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences). The Proceedings appear 36 times a year; the physics sections are collected, translated, and published in 12 issues a year. Doklady Physics publishes the most significant new research in physics being done in Russia today, thus ensuring its scientific priority.