Stefan Friedl of the University of Cologne writes with the news that he has gotten a Mathgen paper accepted by Journal of Algebra and Number Theory Academia. (Yes, that’s really the name of the journal; it was nominated for Clunkiest New Journal Title of 2010.)
Friedl’s masterpiece is entitled “On the uniqueness of prime, Jacobi functors”; you can read the manuscript (PDF). Its abstract:
Let be arbitrary. Every student is aware that every factor is independent. We show that is co-trivial and extrinsic. In this context, the results of  are highly relevant. On the other hand, in , the authors address the reversibility of additive scalars under the additional assumption that there exists a compactly semi-Monge locally symmetric monodromy.
The anonymous referee’s report offers unqualified praise for this magnificent paper:
I have gone through the paper. It is a good paper. In my view the results obtained are original, new and interesting. This paper may trigger further research in the direction of work.
Clarity: This paper is well-written and well-presented.
Literature: The authors’ references to the literature seem adequate.
Interest: Readers of the journal will find this paper interesting.
Recommendation: I recommend that this paper be accepted for publication in the Journal for Algebra and Number Theory Academia.
Unlike Advances in Pure Mathematics, JANTA is not an open-access journal but is available only by subscription; current subscription rates are US$300 per year (6 issues). They do, however, require that the author pay an “article processing charge” of US$20 per page. Friedl also points out that JANTA is indexed by Zentralblatt, a well-respected review database.
Congratulations to Stefan for his successful work!