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MathSciNet
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Citation information including abstracts for research published by the American Mathematical Society. Also features full-text articles and reviews.
Zentralblatt MATH
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Provides reviews and abstracts for articles in pure and applied mathematics.
JSTOR
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Interdisciplinary search engine of academic journals, books, and other materials across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences.
Scopus
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Abstract and citation information for peer-reviewed scientific research, including journals, books, and conference papers.
Web of Science
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Citation information and research impact factors for multi-disciplinary journal articles, conference papers, books, and more.
SIAM Journals Online
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Search engine for journals published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Reference Sources
Handbook of Mathematical functions
Concise Oxford Dictionary of Mathematics
Mathematical Handbook of formulas and tables
ISI Proceedings
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Department of Mathematical and Computational Sciences
American Mathematical Society
MSC2010 Database
, or Mathematics Subject Classification, is the result of a MR and Zbl collaboration to update their shared classification.
Canadian Mathematical Society
Mathematical Association of America
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