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The online catalog of the University of Hawaii libraries. To find a journal title, go to Basic Search and perform a title search. If you are unsure about the title, use keywords from the title or search on the ISSN as a keyword, ex: 0025 and 5831 retrieves a record for the journal Mathematische annalen.
Use this database to find electronic journals and databases that are available through the library. Once the link to a journal or database is retrieved, you will login to connect to the UHM Library proxy server. Many of the licensed resources are only accessible outside of the library to UHM faculty, students, and staff.
A searchable database to find information about journals and serials indexed by Mathematical Reviews. One can enter the abbreviated title, full-title or ISSN.
An alphabetized list of abbreviations of journals and serials that are indexed by Zentralblatt für Mathematik, with full-title information and ISSN's. Zentralblatt has some titles that are not listed by Math Reviews.
Verify a citation using MR Lookup.
A core review and indexing source in mathematics with coverage on an international scope beginning in 1940. No longer a print subscription, older volumes are held at call number QA 1 .M42 in the 3rd floor cage of the Science and Technology Department. If you need to use these print archives ask a Sci/Tech staff member for help.
JSTOR provides full-text journal backfiles to many core mathematics and statistics scholarly journals.
A multidisciplinary index in which the most highly cited mathematical journals are indexed. Online coverage is available from 1980 to the present. Also known as Science Citation Index in print. The Hamilton Library holdings go back to 1964 in the print format and can be found at call number Z7401 .S365 in Science & Technology Reference, 1st Floor Hamilton Library Addition.
Full text of IEEE Society sponsored journals, conferences, proceedings. An excellent source for applied mathematics papers. UH Manoa access includes IEEE publications back to 1998.
Database covering mathematical literature from 1931 to present, accessed via the Cornell University mirror site, which allows non-subscribers to retrieve up to three records. Useful to find papers not indexed by Mathscinet, such as translations of papers indexed in Mathscinet, or papers published between 1931-1940.
This database, the Jahrbuch Project, covers mathematics literature published between 1868-1942 with links to digital collections at Cornell University Library, Goettingen, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, JSTOR, and the University of Michigan Library. The European Mathematical Society hosts this globally available database.
Catalogue of Scientific Papers
Indexes papers published between 1800-1900. A subject volume is devoted to mathematics. Located in the Science and Technology Department of the Hamilton Library, 1st Floor Addition, at call number Z 7403.R88 or online through the Bibliotheque Nationale de France Gallica at http://gallica.bnf.fr. Recherche on catalogue of scientific papers to locate the pages you need. (Because BNF does not now offer an easily searchable format the print format in the library is recommended.)
A free, globally available index that focuses on computer science papers, hosted by NEC Research Institute. Provides bibliographic citations, as well as citation counts to the papers indexed.
The online format of the bibliographic indexing of Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik. Indexes the literature in mathematical education and related fields from approximately 500 journals and serials from 1976 to the present. Non-subscribers can retrieve one citation for each search. A useful tool for checking on citations not found in Mathscinet. To access the articles UHM must request them through Interlibrary Loan.
Created by Eric Weisstein, the editor of the CRC Concise Encyclopedia of Mathematics, this site has grown to include the contributions of many mathematicians, and is updated daily. The 1999 edition of the print encyclopedia is available in SciTech Reference at QA5 .W45 1999
Handbook of Mathematical Functions with Formulas, Graphs and Mathematical Tables, volume 55 of National Bureau of Standards Applied Mathematics Series by M. Abramowitz and I. Stegun.
One of the most highly cited sources of mathematical functions in applied mathematics research. The print copy is in SciTech Reference at call number QA55 .A2 1965.
Also available on the web at http://www.math.ucla.edu/~cbm/aands//intro.htm.
This database allows one to search on an integer string, keywords, authors and retrieve citations to papers that reference your terms.
A growing collection of digitizedmathematics publications from Annales de l’institut Fourier (1949-2006) to Seminaire Bourbaki (1948-2002); the more current volumes are made available according to a moving wall of agreements with publishers.
An interface that searches the digital mathematics collections of the University of Michigan, Cornell University and Goettingen, providing access to over 2000 volumes and 600,000 pages.
An interface created at Grenoble searches the Gallica, Cornell, Goettingen, and Michigan collections.
19th century mathematics monographs from the UM mathematics collection. Note: these are linked in the Jahrbuch Project
Göttinger digitalisierungs-Zentrum of Göttingen, Niedersächsische Staats und Universitätsbibliothek have created a digital collection of 18th and 19th century mathematics journal volumes and monographs. Click on the link to Mathematica to access the mathematics collection. Note: these are linked in the Jahrbuch Project
Gallica has 19th century and earlier works of mathematics scanned online. Chapters and entire books can be downloaded as pdf files. Go to the Gallica site and click on "recherche" to search the collection. Note: these are linked in the Jahrbuch Project.
This collection includes 577 scanned 19th century mathematics books from the Cornell University library collection. Search by author or title. Note: these are linked in the Jahrbuch Project
Originally the Los Alamos Preprint server started by Paul Ginsparg. Now contains major mathematics preprint collections. One can set up an e-mail alert to have links to preprints sent to an e-mail mailbox, see http://arxiv.org/help/subscribe to set up an auto-alert.
A site developed by the Lund University Libraries that lists freely available electronic scholarly journals, collected into subject areas. Many of these journals are indexed by Mathematical Reviews.
Supported by the European Mathematical Society, this site lists free scholarly electronic mathematics journals, proceedings, monographs, and historical papers by Riemann and by W.R. Hamilton.
Gateways to large preprint collections, subject specific preprint collections, institutional preprints, and retired preprint collections.
The American Mathematical Society is the major North American mathematical society, with 30,000 members, whose mission is to "further the interests of mathematical research and scholarship", see http://www.ams.org/ams/ams-report.pdf
The European Mathematical Society supports mathematical research in Europe including participating in making globally accessible many important scholarly resources.
The Mathematical Association of America focuses on improving undergraduate mathematics education.
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics promotes the development of applied mathematics and computational mathematics to solve problems in engineering and science.
List with links to mathematics societies and major science societies around the world.
List of mathematics institutes around the world.
Links to a directory of faculty, graduate students, and programs in the mathematics department of the Manoa campus in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Combined membership list for several North American mathematical societies: AMS, MAA, SIAM, AMATYC, AWM, CMS, and SMC.
A collection of biographies, portraits, links to original works, history chapters, and anniversaries. The site continues to grow, gaining awards, and is maintained at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.
Biographisch-literarisches handwörterbuch der exakten naturwissenschaften
Biographies and bibliographies of scientists in the physical sciences edited by J.C. Poggendorf; early volumes provide citations to pre-1858 publications. Located in the SciTech Reference at call number Q141 .P6.
A list of mathematics and computer science conferences maintained by Netlib, which is supported by AT&T Bell Laboratories, the University of Tennessee and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Links to AMS conferences and other major mathematics conferences. Site maintained by AMS.
A searchable database of IEEE conferences and conference sponsored by other organizations.
Schaum's Guides that may help students in their mathematics classes are available through Ebrary, a collection of e-books available to the UHM campus. Here is a sample list of Schaum's guides available online:
Other Websites for Mathematics Education
An excellent Web based tutorial on the calculus that can provide supplementary material to a student taking a class in calculus or act as a self-paced tutorial for an independent student.
A short test to help you describe yourself as a Springer Graduate Text, provides a witty and descriptive blurb about each text.
A fun blog "dedicated to the mathematical arts."
From the IFF website, "The Institute For Figuring is an educational organization dedicated to enhancing the public understanding of figures and figuring techniques."