Duke Mathematical Journal
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Duke Mathematical Journal is a peer-reviewed mathematics journal published by Duke University Press. It was established in 1935. The founding editors-in-chief were David Widder, Arthur Coble, and Joseph Miller Thomas. The first issue included a paper by Solomon Lefschetz. Leonard Carlitz served on the editorial board for 35 years, from 1938 to 1973.
|Edited by||Richard Hain and Jonathan Wahl|
Duke University Press (United States)
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According to the journal homepage, the journal has a 2017 impact factor of 2.539, ranking it in the top ten mathematics journals in the world.