My friend has discovered many groundbreaking results on a specific topic in mathematics, which he finds really hard to configure them up at a single place, that is his first research paper, and also he has introduced a range of new tools with powerful skillsets, after struggling from many restrictions like those of symbols being already widely utilized, he managed to make them alright and unique as possible.

The important concerns which I wish to put here from his side is that where should he mention the Advisory & Caution note and Mathematics subject classification, moreover as above said it's really hard to configure them all up, means the Index of content is completely in chaos accordingly, so please provide some healthy suggestions on how to do that, and is it okay if he wants to say something specific on his exposition? Like Author's note in the end of paper and like before the References section? Please let me know where is the right place to do that.

Important note - I can't declare his educational qualification or name or any details except what mentioned above.

  • This is pretty unclear and needs some fixing. But it is more appropriate at math.stackexchange.com – Buffy Nov 2 '19 at 19:02
  • What is an "Advisory & Caution note"? Are the problems with the index technical (how to do it in Latex) or about workflow (how to get started or what is a good process)? Is the thing to be submitted to a journal or to a preprint service or is it a book? – Tommi Nov 3 '19 at 7:53
  • It would be helpful at least to mention his level of study in Mathematics (I assume that it is in Mathematics, else I would be slightly skeptic about the correctness of the results). To be precise, is he a PhD student, a postdoc student? If, for example, he is a PhD student he can always talk to some professor in his university who is an expert in this field. – user20936 Nov 5 '19 at 7:07
  • Also one thing is curious here. Why are you writing the post on his behalf? Shouldn't he be the one who is in need here? – user20936 Nov 5 '19 at 7:08
  • @user170039 he has a non mathematical background but believe me his results are correct to the point I've witnessed it personally , it's mind-blowing, moreover he lives in isolation kind of , got no or very less internet too , he has no resources and nobody except me for his helps – Alphatrion Nov 5 '19 at 18:50