Yasunari HIGUCHI
Yuzuru KAKUDA
Shin-ichi NAKAGIRI
Yasutaka NAKANISHI (Managing Editor)
Takeshi SASAKI
Teruhiko SHIRAKURA
Tadashi YAMAZAKI
The KOBE JOURNAL of MATHEMATICS is a continuation of the MATHE
MATICS SEMINAR NOTES, vol. 1 - vol. 11 (1973-1983).
The KOBE JOURNAL of MATHEMATICS contains new results in pure and
applied mathematics, and the publication is supported by the following
Institutes of Kobe University.
The KOBE JOURNAL of MATHEMATICS will be published in one volume
with two numbers in each year.
Two copies of each submitted manuscript should be sent to
one of the editors listed above whose field is nearest to that
of manuscript.
All other editorial correspondences should be addressed to
the Managing Editor:
KOBE JOURNAL of MATHEMATICS
c/o Prof. Yasutaka NAKANISHI
Kobe University
Tsurukabuto 1-2-1, Nada,
Kobe 657
JAPAN
e-mail address: nakanisi@math.s.kobe-u.ac.jp
Papers are invited on subjects of pure and applied mathematics. Manuscrips, in duplicate (original + copy), intended for publication in KOBE JOURNAL of MATHEMATICS may be sent to one of the editors:
Papers in algebra to
Tadashi YAMAZAKI , Dept. of Math., Fac. of Science
Papers in logic and foundations to
Yuzuru KAKUDA , Dept. of Computer and System Engineering,
Fac. of Engineering
Papers in differential geometry to
Takeshi SASAKI , Dept. of Math., Fac. of Science
Papers in mathematical statistic to
Teruhiro SHIRAKURA , Div. of Math. and Informatics, Fac. of Human
Development
Papers in applied analysis to
Shin-ichi NAKAGIRI , Dept. of Computer and System Engineering,
Fac. of Engineering
Papers in probability theory to
Yasunari HIGUCHI , Dept. of Math., Fac. of Science
Papers in low dimensional topology to
Yasutaka NAKANISHI , Dept. of Math., Fac. of Science
Papers in other branches to Managing Editor.
All other communication to this journal should be addressed to KOBE JOURNAL of MATHEMATICS c/o Yasutaka NAKANISHI (Managing Editor), Kobe University, Tsurukabuto 1-2-1, Nada-ku, Kobe 657, JAPAN
All manuscripts should be typewritten, double spaced in
15.3 cm and 20.8 cm typed area (10 pitch) on good quality
white papers. The author should keep a complete copy.
The following instructions must be followed on one
of two manuscripts: