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Antiracism in mathematics
Journal and ebook subscriptions
Scholar OneSearch is NU's library catalog and discovery system. Use it to find out what books, and journal subscriptions are available at Snell Library, as well as for articles, theses, data sets, videos and music, and document searching.
Reviews of current mathematics articles, books, chapters. Includes institutional affiliations, collaboration distance searching, citations, and links to Northeastern-authorized full text PDFs or ordering information.
Mathematicians post papers and results in this forum in order to share information and get informal peer review. Includes unpublished as well as published works, sometimes in preprint formats.
High-quality peer reviewed journals in mathematics, usually backfiles rather than the most up-to-date issues.
ERAM: Electronic Research Archive for Mathematics
Also known as the Jarhbuch Project, attempting to build a library of classical mathematics texts from 1868-1942.
Sage Research Methods
An online collection of information, including handbooks and videos, for beginning and advanced researchers looking for the best methods to use in their research.
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Mathematics has its own Subject Classification system to help people find articles and other materials on specific subjects. Mostly used in Mathematical Reviews (MathSciNet) and Zentrallblatt MATH, it is a useful for looking at similar articles, or for understanding the different types and branches of mathematics.