The AMS, founded in 1888 to further mathematical research and scholarship, has maintained an active publishing program since 1891, and has established a reputation as one of the top publishers of advanced mathematics in the world. The AMS journals are all peer-reviewed and cover a broad range of mathematics. The Memoirs of the AMS is devoted to the publication of research in all areas of pure and applied mathematics. The Memoirs is designed particularly to publish long papers or groups of cognate papers in book form.
AMS Open Math Notes is a repository of freely downloadable mathematical works in progress hosted by the American Mathematical Society as a service to researchers, teachers and students. These draft works include course notes, textbooks, and research expositions in progress. They have not been published elsewhere, and, as works in progress, are subject to significant revision.
Cambridge University Press publishes a wide range of research monographs, academic reference, textbooks, books for professionals, and large numbers of books aimed at graduate students. There are thousands of ebooks available across a wide range of disciplines including law, politics, history, language and literature, mathematics and astronomy with hundreds of new titles added each year.
The Current Index to Statistics (CIS) is a bibliographic index of publications in statistics, probability, and related fields. It includes data from approximately 160 core journals, 1,200 additional journals in related fields, and 11,000 books. The bulk of the content in CIS is from 1975-2017.
ESE - Salento University Publishing, is the system for the electronic publication of the products of scientific research of the University of Salento (journals, monographs, proceedings, preprints, handouts and multimedia material.
The European Mathematical Information Service (EMIS) was founded in 1995 as the central portal for electronic math resources in Europe. Since then, with the support of the European Mathematical Society and many publishers, FIZ Karlsruhe has developed the largest open access electronic library in mathematics ELibM as the core of EMIS, as well as many more useful resources.
The European Mathematical Society Publishing House eBooks cover all fields of pure and applied mathematics. This database contains all published books from the following series : EMS Monographs in Mathematics (EMM) ; EMS Series of Congress Reports (ECR) ; EMS Series of Lectures in Mathematics (ELM) ; EMS Textbooks in Mathematics (ETB) ; EMS Tracts in Mathematics (ETM) ; ESI Lectures in Mathematics and Physics (ESI) ; Heritage of European Mathematics (HEM) ; IRMA Lectures in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (IRMA) ; The QGM Master Class Series (QGM) ; Zurich Lectures in Advanced Mathematics (ZLAM).
The EMS Publishing House is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the publication of high-quality peer-reviewed journals and high-quality books, on all academic levels and in all fields of pure and applied mathematics.
INFORMS serves the scientific and professional needs of Analytics Professionals and Operations Researchers including educators, scientists, students, managers, analysts, and consultants. INFORMS publishes a number of scholarly journals that describe the latest O.R. and analytics methods and applications, and an industry magazine with news from across the profession.
MathSciNet is a comprehensive database covering the world's mathematical literature. Continuing in the tradition of the paper publication, Mathematical Reviews (MR), which was first published in 1940, expert reviewers are selected by a staff of professional mathematicians to write reviews of the current published literature. Bibliographic data from retrodigitized articles dates back to the early 1800s, and over 100,000 new items are added each year, most of them classified according to the Mathematics Subject Classification. The database provides links to original articles and free access to Featured Reviews.
MathSciNet is an electronic publication of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) offering access to a carefully maintained and easily searchable database of reviews, abstracts and bibliographic information for much of the mathematical sciences literature. Over 100,000 new items are added each year, most of them classified according to the Mathematics Subject Classification.
Risk Journals deliver peer-reviewed research covering financial risk topics such as credit risk, operational risk, investment strategies, commodities, infrastructures, derivatives, regulation and more. The journals provide financial professionals such as analysts, traders and regulators with financial models to manage daily activities as well as providing academics with the latest research.
The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence. The Society publishes two Open Access journals, and some articles in other journals are also open access.
SIAM’s line-up of prize-winning authors and titles address both timely and fundamental topics that have made SIAM books indispensible to researchers, faculty, and students around the world. Almost 400 books are available online.
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is an international community of over 13,000 individual members. Through publications, research, and community, the mission of SIAM is to build cooperation between mathematics and the worlds of science and technology
zbMATH Open (formerly known as Zentralblatt MATH) is the world's most comprehensive and longest-running abstracting and reviewing service in pure and applied mathematics. It is edited by the European Mathematical Society (EMS), the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, and FIZ Karlsruhe. zbMATH Open provides easy access to bibliographic data, reviews and abstracts from all areas of pure mathematics as well as applications, in particular to natural sciences, computer science, economics and engineering. It also covers history and philosophy of mathematics and university education. All entries are classified according to the Mathematics Subject Classification Scheme and are equipped with keywords in order to characterize their particular content. Coverage starts in 1826 and is complete from 1868 to the present by the integration of the “Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik” database.