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In Guides to the
Mathematical Literature you will find
links to Abstracting,
Reviewing and Database Services. These
services may provide abstracts of papers and
monographs, specialist reviews, access to
papers in electronic formats, document
delivery, access to additional bibliographic
databases, and other products. Please note that
you may be able to access only the initial
informational and demonstration pages of these
services unless you (or your institution) have
a subscription.
Under Bibliographies you will
find links to pages that contain lists of
citations, usually arranged by mathematical
topic.
Miscellaneous
Lists provides links to guides of general
interest, including sources for frequently
asked questions (FAQs), quotations, etc.
There are several sorts of Mathematical Literature on the
Web.
Journals
contains a list of mathematics journals with
articles on the Web and a list of printed
journals. It enables you to access information
on, and/or contained in, these journals (e.g.,
depending on the journal's policies, tables of
contents of issues, abstracts of papers, full
texts of papers, information for submission and
subscription, etc.).
Mathematics Books
lists some sources for books on the Web. There
are a few electronic books already available,
but the primary sources remain the publishers, whether
fully commercial or university publishers; in
addition, book
dealers can provide outofprint and
antiquarian material. Of course, libraries are the most
important resource for the literature of
mathematics.
The Preprint
page lists sites providing electronic
mathematics preprints. It facilitates your
access to these.
In addition, there is now a new publication life on the Web. There are several AMS Feature Column that comes out monthly.MAA Columns are written for the average mathematician and range widely and interestingly over the subject. The AMS is publishing a monthly magazine Math in the Media about mathematics in the media, with popinters to various other sources. Then there is online Mathematical Imagery, which displays artefacts and treasures to make them widely accessible, and sometimes in ways previously inconceivable.
The Literature not on
the Web can be obtained through Document Delivery
services, and, most importantly, from Libraries, whose
catalogues may be accessible
electronically.
There are lists of Publishers, of Book Dealers,
and some Software
Companies.
Mathematics by Points
of View arranges access to the
literature in different ways. Mathematics by MSC
Classification lists main sections of the
Mathematics Subject Classification with
links to electronic journals, preprints, web
sites and pages, databases and other pertinent
material in the corresponding field. Another
page deals with materials organized by Mathematical
Topics
There are also the special approaches through
History of
mathematics and through Software for
Mathematics.
To help find Mathematics People there are Addresses, home pages, email, etc.. Contact with others is also possible through Discussion Groups.
The Reference Literature section is designed to contain reference materials that might be used by a mathematician at work. Information on classification schemes for mathematics and for related areas is provided, along with access to mathematical materials organized by classification. Most of the entries in this section are web versions of items that would be found on the reference shelf of the library, such as dictionaries and handbooks.
Listed in the Web servers sections are for university and college mathematics departments other mathematical institutes and centers, and societies for mathematics and related disciplines. A number of other Web and Gopher servers are listed that give access to information about mathematics, mathematical institutions and mathematicians.
In addition there are some pointers to Related Resources which may be of interest to mathematicians roaming the Web. These include TeX and MathML resources and various other Tools , with listings of Computer companies and material related to computers, and, finally, material about The Web on which all of this is to be found, and Searching it.


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