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May 20th, 2019, 05:03 PM   #11
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Two reasons:

1. I don't want to split my already prepared book into parts. It would only make it worse.

2. (My first article was published) and I already submitted my article to a few journals, but in some unknown reasons, I got a bunch of rejections.
My mathematics professor friend said that when your papers get rejected, the referees tell you why. Didn't they tell you why?

By the way, I'm super inspired that you came up with a whole new math branch! That is something I wish I was capable of.
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My mathematics professor friend said that when your papers get rejected, the referees tell you why. Didn't they tell you why?

By the way, I'm super inspired that you came up with a whole new math branch! That is something I wish I was capable of.
I don't remember all details of what referees said.

In one journal my second paper was accepted, but I met a LaTeX error with their template and withdrew my article. Later I fixed the error and asked them to publish a few times, but with no reply
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I know your work is correct, so that's not a problem. The question is which published you should go to to publish your research. Something like springer seems out of the question, your work is too specialized.

Something like Kluwer Academic Publishers, or something like University Lecture series by the AMS. Those publish specialized research, and I'm sure your research would meet their standards.
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