BIT Numerical Mathematics
Formerly known as: BIT
Scopus coverage years: from 1961 to Present
Publisher: Springer Nature
Mathematics: Applied Mathematics
Mathematics: Computational Mathematics
Computer Science: Computer Networks and Communications
Computer Science: Software
BIT was started by Carl Erik Fröberg in 1961. The name is an acronym for "Tidskrift för Informationsbehandling" read backwards. From the outset, a wide area of computer science and technology was covered, but since 1992 the focus has been on Numerical Mathematics.
Aims and ScopeBIT - NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS publishes original research papers in the rapidly developing field of numerical analysis. The essential areas covered by BIT are development and analysis of numerical methods as well as the design and use of algorithms for scientific computing. Topics emphasized by BIT include numerical methods in approximation, linear algebra, and ordinary and partial differential equations.
- Covers the development and analysis of numerical methods as well as the design and use of algorithms for scientific computing.
- Emphasizes numerical methods in approximation, linear algebra, and ordinary and partial differential equations.
Publishing modelHybrid. Open Access options available
Journal metrics1.330 (2019)