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Description: Zentralblatt MATH is a comprehensive abstracting and reviewing service in pure and applied mathematics. Sources include journals, series, conference proceedings, and books. Subjects covered include pure mathematics (e.g. algebra, topology, geometry, analysis), probability theory, statistics, mathematical physics, classical, solid and fluid mechanics, numerical mathematics, mathematical programming, theoretical computer science and automata theory, systems theory, control, operations research, economics, information and communication, circuits, coding, cryptography, and applications in biology, chemistry, sociology, and psychology.
Coverage: 1931-
Journals: A list of Serials and Journals - covered by Zentralblatt MATH is available.
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There are some links to articles in full text. Full-text reviews are included from 1985. Most are in English but some are in French or German. Each citation and abstract is keyed to the international Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC).

Abstracts might contain active links to JFM (Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik ) for literature published before 1931. The JFM-numbers refer to abstracts and reviews in ERAM, Electronic Research Archive for Mathematics (1868-1931).

Notes: Zentralblatt MATH is the online version of Zentralblatt für Mathematik und ihre Grenzgebiete (1931-1999) and Zentralblatt MATH (1999- ) (QA1 .Z4).
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Producer: European Mathematical Society, FIZ Karlsruhe and Springer-Verlag

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