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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

MathSciNet
ProducerAmerican Mathematical Society (USA)
LanguagesEnglish, German, French
Access
CostSubscription
Coverage
DisciplinesMathematics
Temporal coverageEarly 1800s – present
No. of recordsOver 2,900,000
Links
Websitehttps://www.ams.org/mathscinet/index.html

MathSciNet is a searchable online bibliographic database created by the American Mathematical Society in 1996.[1] It contains all of the contents of the journal Mathematical Reviews (MR) since 1940 along with an extensive author database, links to other MR entries, citations, full journal entries, and links to original articles.[2][3] It contains almost 3.6 million items and over 2.3 million links to original articles.[4]

Along with its parent publication Mathematical Reviews, MathSciNet has become an essential tool for researchers in the mathematical sciences.[5][6] Access to the database is by subscription only and is not generally available to individual researchers who are not affiliated with a larger subscribing institution.[4]

For the first 40 years of its existence, traditional typesetting was used to produce the Mathematical Reviews journal. Starting in 1980 bibliographic information and the reviews themselves were produced in both print and electronic form. This formed the basis of the first purely electronic version called MathFile launched in 1982. Further enhancements were added over the next 18 years and the current version known as MathSciNet went online in 1996.[7]

Unlike most other abstracting databases, MathSciNet takes care to uniquely identify authors.[1] Its author search allows the user to find publications associated with a given author record, even if multiple authors have exactly the same name or if the same person publishes under multiple names or name variants. Mathematical Reviews personnel will sometimes even contact authors to ensure that MathSciNet has correctly attributed their papers.

MathSciNet co-develops the Mathematics Subject Classification taxonomy with zbMATH.[8]

Scope

MathSciNet contains information on over 3 million articles and over eight hundred thousand authors indexed from 1800 mathematical journals, many of them abstracted "cover-to-cover".[9][6] A portion of those journals (about 450 in 2012) are designated as "Reference List Journals"; for MathSciNet entries of papers from these journals original reference lists are included.[10]

In addition, reviews or bibliographical information on selected articles is included from many engineering, computer science and other applied journals abstracted by MathSciNet. The selection is done by the editors of Mathematical Reviews.[5] The editors accept suggestions to cover additional journals, but do not reconsider missing articles for inclusion.[11]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b TePaske-King, Bert; Richert, Norman (Summer 2001), "The Identification of Authors in the Mathematical Reviews Database", Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship
  2. ^ An Introduction to Mathematical Reviews video
  3. ^ "Mathscinet Matters" (PDF), Notices of the AMS, 52 (1): 62, 2005
  4. ^ a b About MathSciNet
  5. ^ a b Fowler, Kristine K (January 2000). "Mathematics Sites Compared:Zentralblatt MATH Database and MathSciNet" (Free PDF download). The Charleston Advisor. 1 (3): 18(1) to 18(11). ISSN 1525-4011.
  6. ^ a b Dominy, Margaret; Bhatt, Jay (2001), "MathSciNet: Mathematical Reviews on the Web, a Review", Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship (Summer 2001)
  7. ^ MathSciNet Guidebook American Mathematical Society
  8. ^ "Two Math Research Resources that are Equal to the Task". June 18, 2019. Retrieved October 8, 2019.
  9. ^ MathSciNet by the Numbers
  10. ^ MathSciNet, Mathematical Reviews on the Web, 2012 Subscription Rates catalogue, pp. 2-3; American Mathematical Society. Accessed August 20, 2019.
  11. ^ MathSciNet FAQ

External links

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