Mathematical Journals: An Annotated Guide

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Scarecrow Press, Jan 1, 1992 - Mathematics - 235 pages
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Mathematics is the backbone of all scientific disciplines, and journals promote the exchange of ideas and discussions among all scientists. Intended as a handbook for mathematicians and scientists who use mathematics, as well as for academic librarians, this guide provides an overview of English-language publications including those printed in English but from non-English speaking nations in the field of mathematics. It will give the interested scholar information about publication and available reading material, as well as assisting librarians in selecting and evaluating the collections in their individual institutions. In addition to mathematical publications, statistical and related computer science journals are covered.

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Bibliography
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Table of Abstracts and Indexes
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Index of International Standard Serial Numbers
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\Diana F. Liang (MA, Library Science, Vanderbilt University) is University Librarian, Cataloging Department, University of South Florida Library. She is also Collection Development Librarian for the College of Natural Sciences, which includes the Mathematics Department. Previously she was a county librarian in Lancaster, OH and worked for Chemical Abstract Services, Columbus. She is a longtime member of the ALA and serves on various committees in the library and university communities.

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