Journal of Linear and Topological Algebra (JLTA) is an international mathematical journal founded at the middle of 2012. This journal is published by the IAU, Central Tehran Branch, and it appears four times a year. All papers published by Journal of Linear and Topological Algebra are rigorously peer reviewed, free of charge and open access. Articles that have previously been published, fully or in part, in a conference proceedings or else, should not be submitted to Journal of Linear and Topological Algebra for publication.



  Journal of Linear and Topological Algebra publishes original papers that advance study of linear algebra, topological algebras and their numerous applications. Particularly papers are sought that contribute new information to one of the fields of functional analysis and operator theory, convex analysis, matrix analysis, control and optimization, combinatorial linear algebra, ring theory and module theory, numerical linear algebra or immediate application of any of these fields to other branches of mathematics, including (but not limited to), differential equations, mathematical physics, geometry and probability. 


NEW Indexing

Dear Researchers
It is my pleasure to inform you that the Journal of Linear and Topological Algebra has been accepted to be indexed in the Islamic World Science Citation Center (ISC). We would like to draw your attention to a part of letter received from ISC at News menu. 



1. The standard abbreviation form for this title is "J. Linear. Topological. Algebra.". If you need to cite this journal, please use this abbreviated form.

2. Since JLTA want to registration for the evaluation by ESCI-WOS and SCOPUS, please seriously avoid of self-citation and considering a special journal in your references.

3. This journal only accept Research and Original papers. Also, the Managing Editor will check the novelty of your paper by google scholar and the website of Crossref, and will reject your submitted paper if he find very similarity with other papers. Hence, please check you papers at address: https://www.crossref.org or check by a Plagiarism browser.

4. It is not allowed to have more that two submitted papers in one time, including papers with different coauthors. During the submission process, the corresponding author has to insert all names of coauthors keeping the order of names in the same way as it is in the submitted PDF file. Please note that changes of names or orders of names will not be accepted.

5. Before submission a paper, please prepare your manuscript according to Guide for Authors. The Managing Editor will check your submission and will back if you don't consider all of  essentials. Also, accepted papers will be published if the corresponding author send Copy-Right form.


Research Paper General topology
1. On some properties of the hyperspace $\theta (X)$ and the study of the space $\downarrow\theta C(X)$

R. Sen

Volume 09, Issue 03 , Summer 2020, Pages 185-192

  The aim of the paper is to first investigate some properties of the hyperspace $\theta(X)$, and then in the next article it deals with some detailed study of a special type of subspace $\downarrow\theta C(X)$ of the space $\theta (X\times \mathbb I)$.  Read More

Research Paper Combinatorics
2. Domination parameters of Cayley graphs of some groups

F. Ramezani

Volume 09, Issue 03 , Summer 2020, Pages 193-200

  ‎In this paper‎, ‎we investigate domination number‎, ‎$\gamma$‎, ‎as well‎ ‎as signed domination number‎, ‎$\gamma_{_S}$‎, ‎of all cubic Cayley‎ ‎graphs of cyclic and quaternion groups‎. ‎In addition‎, ‎we show that‎ ‎the ...  Read More

Research Paper General topology
3. On weakly e*-open and weakly e*-closed Functions

M. Özkoc; S. Erdem

Volume 09, Issue 03 , Summer 2020, Pages 201-211

  The aim of this paper is to introduce and study two new classes of functions called weakly $e^{*}$-open functions and weakly $e^{*}$-closed functions via the concept of $e^{*}$-open set defined by Ekici \cite{erd1}. The notions of weakly $e^{*}$-open and weakly $e^{*}$-closed functions ...  Read More

Research Paper Fixed point theory
4. $S$-metric and fixed point theorem

M. Simkhah Asil; Sh. Sedghi; N. Shobe; Z. Mitrovic

Volume 09, Issue 03 , Summer 2020, Pages 213-220

  In this paper, we prove a general fixed point theorem in $\textrm{S}$-metric spaces for maps satisfying an implicit relation on complete metric spaces. As applications, we get many analogues of fixed point theorems in metric spaces for $\textrm{S}$-metric spaces.  Read More

Research Paper Functional analysis
5. Some improvements of numerical radius inequalities via Specht’s ratio

Y. Khatib; M. Hassani

Volume 09, Issue 03 , Summer 2020, Pages 221-230

  We obtain some inequalities related to the powers of numerical radius inequalities of Hilbert space operators. Some results that employ the Hermite-Hadamard inequality for vectors in normed linear spaces are also obtained. We improve and generalize some inequalities with respect to ...  Read More

Research Paper Commutative algebra
6. Algebraic and topological aspects of quasi-prime ideals

M. Aghajani; A. Tarizadeh

Volume 09, Issue 03 , Summer 2020, Pages 231-236

  In this paper, we define the new notion of quasi-prime ideal which generalizes at once both prime ideal and primary ideal notions. Then a natural topology on the set of quasi-prime ideals of a ring is introduced which admits the Zariski topology as a subspace topology. The basic properties ...  Read More

Research Paper
7. Approximate $n-$ideal amenability of module extension Banach algebras

M. Ettefagh; S. Etemad

Volume 09, Issue 03 , Summer 2020, Pages 237-252

  Let $\mathcal{A}$ be a Banach algebra and $X$ be a Banach $\mathcal{A}-$bimodule. We study the notion of approximate $n-$ideal amenability for module extension Banach algebras $\mathcal{A}\oplus X$. First, we describe the structure of ideals of this kind of algebras and we present ...  Read More

Calculus of variations and optimal control; optimization
1. The directional hybrid measure of efficiency in data envelopment analysis

A. Mirsalehy; M. Rizam Abu Baker; L. S. Lee; Gh. R. Jahanshahloo

Volume 05, Issue 03 , Summer 2016, , Pages 155-174

  The efficiency measurement is a subject of great interest. The majority of studies on DEA models have been carried out using radial or non-radial approaches regarding the application of DEA for the efficiency measurement. This paper, based on the directional distance function, proposes a new generalized ...  Read More

Abstract harmonic analysis
2. Classical Wavelet Transforms over Finite Fields

A. Ghaani Farashahi

Volume 04, Issue 04 , Autumn 2015, , Pages 241-257

  This article introduces a systematic study for computational aspects of classical wavelet transforms over finite fields using tools from computational harmonic analysis and also theoretical linear algebra. We present a concrete formulation for the Frobenius norm of the classical wavelet transforms over ...  Read More

Fixed point theory
3. Common best proximity points for $(\psi-\phi)$-generalized weak proximal contraction type mappings

K. K. M. Sarma; G. Yohannes

Volume 06, Issue 04 , Autumn 2017, , Pages 289-300

  In this paper, we introduce a pair of generalized proximal contraction mappings and prove the existence of a unique best proximity point for such mappings in a complete metric space. We provide examples to illustrate our result. Our result extends some of the results in the literature.  Read More

Functional analysis
4. Duals and approximate duals of g-frames in Hilbert spaces

M. Mirzaee Azandaryani; A. Khosravi

Volume 04, Issue 04 , Autumn 2015, , Pages 259-265

  In this paper we get some results and applications for duals and approximate duals of g-frames in Hilbert spaces. In particular, we consider the stability of duals and approximate duals under bounded operators and we study duals and approximate duals of g-frames in the direct sum of Hilbert spaces. We ...  Read More

Functional analysis
5. Frames for compressed sensing using coherence

L. Gavruta; G. Zamani Eskandani; P. Gavruta

Volume 04, Issue 01 , Winter 2015, , Pages 25-34

  We give some new results on sparse signal recovery in the presence of noise, for weighted spaces. Traditionally, were used dictionaries that have the norm equal to 1, but, for random dictionaries this condition is rarely satis ed. Moreover, we give better estimations then the ones given ...  Read More

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