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The main objective of Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society is to foster links between basic and applied research relating to discrete dynamics of complex systems encountered in the natural and social sciences. The journal intends to stimulate publications directed to the analyses of computer generated solutions and chaotic in particular, correctness of numerical procedures, chaos synchronization and control, discrete optimization methods among other related topics. The journal provides a channel of communication between scientists and practitioners working in the field of complex systems analysis and will stimulate the development and use of discrete dynamical approach.

Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society was founded in 1997 by Professor Vladimir Gontar who served as an Editor-in-Chief of the journal between 1997 and 2011 and Professor Michael Sonis who served as an Editor-in-Chief of the journal between 1997 and 2002.

The most recent Impact Factor for Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society is 0.882 according to 2013 Journal Citation Reports released by Thomson Reuters in 2014.

Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society currently has an acceptance rate of 39%. The average time between submission and final decision is 49 days and the average time between acceptance and final publication is 36 days.