
Duke Mathematical Journal is an American mathematical research journal published by Duke University Press. It was founded in 1935. David Widder[1], Arthur Coble[2] and Joseph Miller Thomas[3] were the founding editors. The first issue included a paper by Solomon Lefschetz. Leonard Carlitz served on the editorial board for 35 years, from 1938 to 1973. The current managing editor is Jonathan Wahl at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. ISI Impact Factor Currently DMJ is ranked 10th[4] in impact, among 170 mathematics research journals ranked by the Institute for Scientific Information. The Impact Factor for DMJ is given as about 1.3; the median impact factor for recorded mathematics journals about 0.46. For comparison, Advances in Mathematics (commonly understood to be exceptionally influential, but which publishes relatively few articles) is 0.99. Links Notes 1. ^ Widder at Math Genealogy Project 2. ^ Coble's Genealogy 3. ^ Thomas' Genealogy 4. ^ 10th as of 2005; given as 12th at DMJ page Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/" 
