Discrete Mathematics (journal)
Discrete Mathematics is a journal in the broad area of discrete mathematics, combinatorics, graph theory and their applications, published by Elsevier. It publishes both short notes, full length contributions, as well as survey articles. In addition, DM publishes a number of special issues each year dedicated to a particular topic, in total 24 regular and special issues a year. All published articles are also available electronically, by subscription. Although originally it allowed publications in French and German, it now allows only English language articles. Like other Elsevier publications, the journal uses an electronic submission system.
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