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Rejecta Mathematica was an online journal for publishing papers that had been rejected by other mathematics journals. Each paper was accompanied by an open letter describing why the paper was rejected, how the topic has been developed since and why it is worthy of publication. The first issue was published in July 2009 containing topics such as image enhancement and condition numbers. The quality of the contributions in the first issue was seen as mixed. The editors were Michael Wakin, Christopher Rozell, Mark Davenport and Jason Laska.
After almost two years since the inaugural issue, the second issue was published in June 2011 and contains topics such as subspace classification and distributions of pseudoprimes.
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- Maher, Brendan (2009-07-14). "Bring us your tired, your poor, your rejected papers". Nature News. Retrieved 2018-01-17.
- Huddled maths, 392 (8642), The Economist, August 1, 2009
- John Timmer (July 20, 2009), Send us your rejects, Ars Technica
- "mathematica by rejecta". rejecta.github.io. Retrieved 2018-01-17.
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