This guide is designed to help you get started on your Mathematics research. Use this guide to find books, journal articles, and additional resources.
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MathSciNet - Provides reviews and abstracts for books, articles and conference proceedings in the fields of mathematics, statistics, and computer science and their applications in such fields as physics, engineering, biology, and operations research.
arXiv - arXiv is a digital repository of research articles and pre-prints in physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance and statistics.
zbMATH - formerly known as Zentralblatt MATH, zbMATH is a comprehensive database focusing on pure and applied mathematics.
Project Euclid - Independent and society math journals.
2020 Mathematics Subject Classification - The newest version of the Mathematics Subject Classification, used across Math databases to accurately assign math-specific subjects to articles.
What's new in Math research
From the American Mathematical Society
Notices of the American Mathematical Society
New Mathematics books
- One-dimensional turbulence and the stochastic Burgers equation /
- Numbers : a cultural history /
- Cohomological tensor functors on representations of the general linear supergroup /
- A modern introduction to classical number theory /
- A friendly introduction to abstract algebra /
- Sampling in combinatorial and geometric set systems /