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New Release of MathSciNet

The American Mathematical Society (AMS) has added new enhancements and features to MathSciNet (http://www.ams.org/mathscinet), the online database covering over 60 years of mathematical literature from Mathematical Reviews and Current Mathematical Publications. The new features should prove useful to researchers, librarians, and publishers.

The enhancements include a new Clipboard feature that allows users to place citations from multiple searches onto one file for download or display in ASCII or BibTeX format; and the addition of more publishers that link to MathSciNet, including ScienceDirect (over 1,100 journals), Institute of Physics Publishing (IOPP; 20 journals), SIAM (10 journals), and New York Journal of Mathematics. There is now also an alphabetical listing of the more than 190 journals with links from MathSciNet as well as links from reviews to over 120,000 original articles.

This release of MathSciNet also offers clearer navigation on search results pages, improved journal and author search capabilities, a primary-only Mathematics Subject Classification search, improved navigation from the MathSciNet home page, and translation information in bibliographic data. The AMS will continue to enhance MathSciNet as technology and user requests warrant and foster the linking of electronic literature.

Source: American Mathematical Society



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