About Journal

Journal of Algebraic Hyperstructures and Logical Algebras (JAHLA) is an international semiannual journal published by University of Hatef founded in 2020 and supported by the International Algebraic Hyperstructures Association and Iranian Fuzzy System Society.

In mathematical logic, algebraic logic is the reasoning obtained by manipulating equations with free variables. What is now usually called classical algebraic logic focuses on the identification and algebraic description of models appropriate for the study of various logics (in the form of classes of algebras that constitute the algebraic semantics for these deductive systems) and connected problems like representation and duality. Well known results like the representation theorem for Boolean algebras and Stone duality fall under the umbrella of classical algebraic logic.

On the other side, Hyperstructures are algebraic structures equipped with at least one multi-valued operation, called a hyperoperation. A hyperoperation on a nonempty set is a mapping from to the nonempty power set. The largest classes of the hyperstructures are the ones called Hν structures.

Given the importance and applications of these two subjects, this journal publishes original high quality research papers and invited research and survey articles mainly in two subjects:


Aims and Scope

Logical Algebras and Ordered Algebraic structures:

Residuated lattice, EQ-algebras, Equality algebras, Hoop algebras, MTL-algebras, BL-algebras, MV-algebras, BCK (BCI, BCC, BCH, BE)-algebras, Effect algebras, Basic algebras, Implication algebras, R0- algebras, d-algebras, Ordered sets, Lattice theory, Boolean algebras, Ordered structures, DRl-monoids and Fuzzy structures related to the above topics and related structures.

Algebraic Hyperstructures:

Hypergroups, Hyperrings, Hyperfields, Hyperspaces, Hyperalgebras, Hypergraphs, Hv-structures, Join spaces, Hyperstructures associated to algebras, Hyperstructures associated to geometric and Fuzzy set theory and Fuzzy structures related to the above topics and related structures.



Journal of Algebraic Hyperstructures and Logical Algebras (JAHLA) is a double blind peer reviewed electronic and print quarterly publication concerned with in logical algebras, ordered algebraic structures and algebraic hyperstructures. JAHLA is a quarterly open access publication, which publishes of original research papers and review papers.

JAHLA is the member of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). The coverage begins with JAHLA Journal content published since the 1st issue in winter 2020.


Core Value

JAHLA Journal has the core values as:

- Scientific integrity

- Quality

- Originality

- Clarity

- Innovation

- Knowledge dissemination.


Publishing Schedule

JAHLA is a quarterly publication releasing four seasonal issues each year (winter, spring, summer, autumn).  Exact schedule of publication for each season is as the following:

  1. May
  2. November

Governing Body

JAHLA has a very strong editorial board, whose members are recognized experts in the subject areas included within the journal’s scope. The full names and affiliations of the journal’s editors are provided on the journal’s Web site (http://www.jahla.hatef.ac.ir/journal/editorial.board).


Editor Roles and Responsibilities

Editors of scientific journals have responsibilities toward the authors who provide the contents of the journals, the peer reviewers who comment on the suitability of manuscripts for publication, the journal’s readers and the scientific community, the publishers of the journals, and the public as a whole (http://www.jahla.hatef.ac.ir/journal/process?ethics).


Editorial Board Participation

The editor-in-chief should define the terms and roles of the editors and editorial board that are appointed by and report to him or her.  The editor-in-chief or principal editor should ensure that the journal’s editors and editorial board are identified in the journal masthead; receive the necessary training and oversight to adequately perform editorial functions; and actively perform their responsibilities, such as assigning reviewers or reviewing manuscripts and advising on policy considerations.


Editorial Freedom

The JAHLA adopts the editor freedom, which holds that Editors-in-Chief have full authority over the entire content of the selected articles, which are to be published in JAHLA. Some of the privileges are as follows.

  • Editors-in-Chief owners should have the power of evaluation, selection, scheduling, or editing of individual articles either directly or by creating an environment that strongly influences decisions.
  • Editors should base editorial decisions on the validity of the work and its importance to the journal’s readers, not on the commercial implications for the journal.
  • Editors-in-chief should have the responsibility to establish an independent editorial advisory board to help the editor establish and maintain editorial policy.
  • Editors should seek input as needed from a broad array of advisers, such as reviewers, editorial staff, an editorial board, and readers, to support editorial decisions and potentially controversial expressions of opinion
  • If legal problems arise, the Editor should inform their legal adviser and their owner and/or publisher as soon as possible.
  • Editors should defend the confidentiality of authors and peer-reviewers (names and reviewer comments) in accordance with JAHLA policy.
  • To secure editorial freedom in practice, the editor should have direct access to the highest level of ownership, not to a delegated manager or administrative officer.



Manuscripts submitted to journals are privileged communications that are authors’ private, confidential property, and authors may be harmed by premature disclosure of any or all of a manuscript’s details.

  • Editors therefore must not share information about manuscripts, including whether they have been received and are under review, their content and status in the review process, criticism by reviewers, and their ultimate fate, to anyone other than the authors and reviewers. JAHLA has some policies on confidentiality as follows.
  • Editors and the publication staff should keep all information about a submitted manuscript confidential, sharing it only with those involved in the evaluation, review, and publication processes.
  • Editors should consider adding a confidentiality notice to all correspondence, including reviewer forms, to serve as a reminder to authors, editors, and reviewers.
  • Journals should have a mechanism such as safely store, archive, and/or destroy paper and electronic manuscript review files and related content. Records and retention schedules, such as how long to keep published manuscripts and associated correspondence or rejected manuscripts and associated correspondence, should be documented in writing and reviewed on a regular basis.
  • Confidential information should not be used for an editor’s own purposes, and editors should take reasonable steps to ensure that such information is not used inappropriately for the advantage of others. In cases of breach of confidentiality by those involved in the peer-review process, editors should contact the involved parties and follow up on such cases until they are satisfactorily resolved.
  • Requests from third parties to use manuscripts and reviews for legal proceedings should be politely refused, and editors should do their best not to provide such confidential material should it be subpoenaed.
  • Editors should not publish or publicize peer reviewers’ comments without permission of the reviewer and author.
  • Confidentiality may have to be breached if dishonesty or fraud is alleged, but editors should notify authors or reviewers if they intend to do so and confidentiality must otherwise be honored.



Editorial decisions should be based on the relevance of a manuscript to the journal and on the manuscript’s originality, quality, and contribution to evidence about important questions. Those decisions should not be influenced by commercial interests, personal relationships or agendas, or findings that are negative or that credibly challenge accepted wisdom. The JAHLA has very strong ethical policy, which is based on the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines and complies with International Committee of JAHLA Editorial Board codes of conduct. Readers, authors, reviewers and editors should follow these ethical policies once working with JAHLA (http://www.jahla.hatef.ac.ir/journal/process?ethics).


Peer Review

JAHLA is a double blind peer reviewed electronic and print quarterly. JAHLA publishes original research papers and review papers. The publication exercises peer review process in order to quality control by qualified specialists is covered by the database. The Editorial Board will select publications with excellence in content, preferably researchers output not in commercial target.


Responsibility of Peer- Review Process

Articles submitted to the JAHLA Journal are allowed through peer-review process under various levels, as follows.

Authors: Authors should abide by all principles of authorship.

Editors: The editors should abide by all principles of Confidentiality, Timeliness, Peer Review and Integrity.

Reviewers: Manuscripts submitted to journals are privileged communications that are authors’ private, confidential property, and authors may be harmed by premature disclosure of any or all of a manuscript’s details. Hence, reviewers should abide by all principles of Responsibilities of Reviewers (http://www.jahla.hatef.ac.ir/journal/process?ethics).



All contributing authors should qualify for authorship. The order of authorship should be a joint decision of the coauthors. Sufficient participation in the work is of utmost importance (http://www.jahla.hatef.ac.ir/journal/process?ethics).


Style of file

To simplify the transformation process between your documents and the final layout, we provide the Style file of the JAHLA. It can be downloaded from the web page www.jahla.hatef.ac.ir.  Authors are responsible for the proper formatting of accepted manuscripts by using the Style file of the JAHLA (Word files (*.doc) are not accepted).


Conflict of interest

All authors are requested to disclose any actual or potential conflict of interest including any financial, personal or other relationships with other people or organizations within three years of beginning the submitted work that could inappropriately influence, or be perceived to influence, their work.


Submission declaration and verification

Submission of an article implies that the work described has not been published previously (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture or academic thesis or as an electronic preprint, that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere), that its publication is approved by all authors and tacitly or explicitly by the responsible authorities where the work was carried out, and that, if accepted, it will not be published elsewhere in the same form, in English or in any other language, including electronically without the written consent of the copyright holder.


 Changes to authorship

Please be advised that, as per journal policy, we are unable to make changes to the author list and corresponding author once a paper has been accepted for publication. Please ensure that the authorship of your paper is correct when submitting your manuscript to JAHLA, as no amendments can be made after acceptance.

Open Access Statement
JAHLA is committed to immediate and real open access for academic work. All the original articles, technical briefs and review papers published in this journal are free to access immediately from the date of publication. There are no charge for any reader to download articles and reviews for their own scholarly use.


Copyright and License Agreement

Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

The workings of the Creative Commons: BY-NC License, as stated on the Creative Commons website, is defined as below:

"This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon your work non-commercially, and although their new works must also acknowledge you and be non-commercial, they don’t have to license their derivative works on the same terms."

The authors retain the copyright and full publishing rights without restrictions.


Similarity Check

At JAHLA, we uphold the highest standards of academic integrity and rigor. To ensure the originality and quality of all submitted manuscripts, we utilize iThenticate, a leading plagiarism detection tool. All manuscripts undergo a thorough similarity check through iThenticate's advanced algorithms, helping us maintain the integrity of scholarly research and adhere to ethical publishing practices.

Repository and Archiving Policies

Authors are permitted to deposit all the following versions of their paper in an institutional or subject repository without any embargo.
- Preprint
- Author's Accepted Manuscript
- Published article (Version of Record)

The journal's website deposit all mentioned versions.

*The contents are archived and preserved at: Magiran

Therefore, the articles will be available at the mentioned website in case they get removed from the journal website for any reason and the files remain permanently on that websites.


Proofs and Reprints

Page proofs will be sent to the corresponding author to be checked for type setting and editing. There are no page charges.

Article Processing Charges

No fees are charged for the review and publication of articles in this journal.