Aims and Scope
The American Journal of Combinatorics (AJC) is a double-blind refereed online journal.
AJC publishes research articles, notes, and surveys in all branches of combinatorics as well as articles related
to combinatorics. AJC was established to support growing research on combinatorics all over the world and
to create a free online research publishing platform that is accessible to all.
For submission instructions and information regarding the editorial process, go to
The authors of a published article retain the copyright of the article which is released to AJC under the CC BY 4.0 International License to publish it on the AJC website. This copyright information is embedded on each published article.
The authors of a published article can post the published version of the article anywhere, in particular, their institutional websites, ResearchGate, arXiv, Google Scholar.
- All the editors and reviewers will treat all submitted manuscripts as confidential and will not disclose
the content of submitted manuscripts to any third party.
- An editor will not take part in the editorial process of his/her own articles submitted to AJC. The same
applies to the articles submitted to AJC by his/her departmental colleagues and relatives.
If a manuscript published in AJC is found to contain incorrect results or proofs, authors will be required to
submit a corrigendum which will be reviewed and published.
Any conflict of interest will be resolved by the Managing Editor or the Editor-in-Chief who may
choose to form a committee of three independent scholars to resolve the conflict.
Publication Malpractice Statement
A submitted or published manuscript may be retracted if it violates any policy or ethics of AJC. In particular,
if the work was plagiarized or if it was partially published in another journal, the article will be retracted. Authors of a manuscript
retracted by AJC will be banned from publishing any manuscript in AJC in the future.
The Editor-in-Chief and the Managing Editor are responsible for the following:
- Proofreading (or overseeing it) of an accepted article before its publication.
- Updating the AJC website regularly, especially after the publication of an article.
- Paying the cost of the domain, server, and maintenance of the AJC website.
- Obtaining and maintaining the ISSN of AJC.