Toyama Math. J.

Toyama Mathematical Journal

Continuation of
Mathematics Journal of Toyama University

Last updated Jan. 28, 2016

Information
What's New
Instructions to Authors (pdf file)
Editorial Board
A remark on the Copyright Agreement
Issues
News
The new volume (vol. 37, 2015) just has been published. (2016/01/27)
The new volume (vol. 36, 2013 · 2014) just has been published. (2015/02/19)
The new volume (vol. 35, 2012) just has been published. (2013/06/03)
The new volume (vol. 34, 2011) just has been published. (2012/06/19)
The new volume (vol. 33, 2010) just has been published. (2011/09/06)
The new volume (vol. 32, 2009) just has been published. (2010/08/10)
The new volume (vol. 31, 2008) just has been published. (2009/03/06)
The new volume (vol. 30, 2007) just has been published. (2008/02/13)
The new volume (vol. 29, 2006) just has been published. We are going to send it by mail soon. (2007/04/27)
Toyama Mathematical Journal (2005--)
The following URL jumps to ToRepo (University of Toyama Repository), and there you may get pdf files of some papers published in TMJ.
Mathematics Journal of Toyama University (1990--2004)
Mathematics Reports Toyama University (1978--1989)
TMJ = MJTU Style file packages
For the convenience of authors, four kinds of style file packages for the following TeX systems are available.
  • AmS-LaTeX 2.0
  • LaTeX2e
These MJTU style file packages will adjust your manuscript into the required form. Each package includes a user's guide and a sample tex file. Please read them carefully.

The style file package for AmS-LaTeX 2.0

First, download the MJTU style package for LaTeX2e, and use the class file "mjtu2e.cls", and then as usual load the AmS-LaTeX style files, e.g.,
\documentclass{mjtu2e}
\usepackage{amsmath,amsthm,amscd,amssymb}
\usepackage{mjtuthm}%  overwrite amsthm.sty for MJTU

Operating Systems Archive file
Windows/DOS mjtuAmSLaTeX.zip
Macintosh (MacOS)
UNIX
Or you may obtain individual files from below. Except the file guide.dvi, these files are text files.
style file guide sample template
mjtu2e.cls,
mjtuthm.sty

sample.tex template.tex

The style file package for LaTeX2e

Operating Systems Archive file
Windows/DOS mjtu2e.zip
Macintosh (MacOS) mjtu2e.sit.hqx
UNIX mjtu2e.tar.Z
Or you may obtain individual files from below. Except the file guide.dvi, these files are text files.
style file guide sample template
mjtu2e.cls guide.tex , guide.dvi sample.tex template.tex

How to Extract and Install MJTU style file packages

Windows / DOS

After downloading the archive file, extract the zip file using the archiver "pkunzip.exe". You may obtain this tool via WWW from CTAN. After you get these files, put them into an appropreate directory, and in the command prompt type as follows

pkunzip -d mjtu2e.zip
Thereafter put the style file into an appropreate directory where your TeX system can search.

Macintosh

After downloading the archive file, extract the file using the archiver "StuffIt Expander". You can obtain this tool via WWW from Info-Mac or directly from Aladdin Systems. Drag and Drop the archive file into the icon StuffIt Expander. And thereafter put the style file into an appropreate folder where your TeX system can search.

UNIX

After downloading the archive file, extract the file in an appropreate directory, using the programs "uncompress" and "tar".

cd  ~/temp
cat ~/temp/mjtu2e.tar.Z | uncompress | tar xvf -
cp  mjtu2e.cls  ~/mytexdir/
Usually your TeX system will search the style file if you put it into the same directory as the manuscript. If it doesn't work well, please put the style file into the same directory as article.cls, and then update the file "ls-R" (cf. TeX system guide).

How to convert the end-of-line codes

If you directly download the above text files, you may happen to get them with end-of-line codes of UNIX format ("LF"(0x0A)). Macintosh, MS-DOS PC and UNIX machines use different codes to indicate the end of each line.
  • Macintosh ... CR (0x0D)
  • UNIX ... LF (0x0A)
  • MS-DOS ... CR+LF (0x0D0A)
Please convert the end-of-line codes into the appropreate format. There are many useful tools or editors which convert them. The following softwares are also useful.

Macintosh

If you want to convert them into Macintosh format (CR), a freesoftware "TextToMac" will help you. You can obtain it from Info-MAC (text/text-to-mac-132.hqx).

MS-DOS

If you want to convert them into MS-DOS format (CR+LF), some softwares in Simtel.Net (msdos/txtutl/) will help you. There are some Windows applications in win95/txtutl. For Japanese, the software "QKC" is very convenient, which you can find at Vector.