Guide for Authors

Instruction For Authors


Manuscripts should be typeset in English with double spacing by using AMS-LaTex. In the case of acceptance, the author should prepare the paper by using the style file of Communications in Nonlinear Analysis. The abstract should not exceed 200 words. The authors should include as footnotes for the first page, Keywords, and Phrases as well as 2010 Mathematics Subject Classifications. Other footnotes may also be included in the first page about supporting grants, presentations, etc. References should be listed in alphabetical order according to the surnames of the first author at the end of the paper and should be cited in the text as, e.g., [2] or [3, Theorem 4], etc.


The manuscripts MUST be electronically submitted (via online submission in pdf format) to any one of the members of Editorial Board whose field is nearest to that of the manuscript. Please don't submit your paper(s) to the editors-in-chief or managing editors.

Submitted papers must be correct, original, nontrivial, and well written. If the language used is poor, the manuscript will be rejected. A submitted paper will be reviewed by at least two peer referees. Any member of the editorial board will try to make the decision within 4 months after submission. If necessary, the author(s) would be asked to revise the manuscript according to the referee's reports. The editorial board reserves the right to make reasonable modifications in wording.


Two volumes are published each year and each volume consists of two issues.

Language: English

Journal Format


[1] Prepare your paper at CNA format (Download Form Here);

[a] Write references alphabetically;

For paper detail check please refer to:

CNA journal reference style:

Regular Journals

  1. E. Browder, W. V. Petryshyn, textit{Construction of fixed points of nonlinear mappings in Hilbert spaces}, J. Math. Anal. Appl., {bf 20} (1967), 197--228.


  1. Yao, Y. J. Cho, Y. C. Liou, R. P. Agarwal, textit{Constructed nets with perturbations for equilibrium and fixed point problems}, J. Inequal. Appl., {bf 2014} (2014), 14 pages.


  1. O'Neill, textit{Semi-Riemannian geomerty with applications to relativity}, Academic Press, London, (1983).

[b] Use begin{}...end{} for all Def., Lemma and Theorems

[c] Cite all references by cite{}

[d] Call all Theorems, Lemmas and Def by ref{}

[e] Call all Equations by eqref{}.