Zentralblatt MATH covers the available published and refereed articles, books, conferences as well as other publication formats (CD-ROM, DVD, video-tapes, web-documents) on the subjects listed below. Zentralblatt MATH also covers theses (received by the editors). For the list of journals covered, see “Serials and Journals”. Data of journals dating as far back as 1868 is available. The bibliographic information and links to the full texts are stored within Zentralblatt MATH if the data are received by the editorial office. For example Crelle's journal (Journal für die Reine und Angewandte Mathematik) now includes all numbers back to Vol. 1 (1824).
Zentralblatt MATH covers all areas of pure and applied mathematics and the history of mathematics: Logic, combinatorics, number theory, algebraic geometry, algebra and group theory, real and complex analysis, ordinary and partial differential equations, functional analysis, topology, geometry, probability theory and statistics, numerical mathematics, theoretical computer science and automata theory, mathematical quantum and statistical physics, classical, solid and fluid mechanics, general relativity and astronomy, electrodynamics, heat and mass transfer, geophysics, mathematical programming, operations research, game theory, financial mathematics and economics, systems and control theory, information and communication, circuits, coding, cryptography, applications in biology, chemistry, sociology, psychology, and education.
Zentralblatt Math provides a comprehensive coverage of the international mathematical research published since 1868. It contains articles from about 3,500 journals and 1,100 serials, books, conference-proceedings, and other research papers published in many different languages.
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