## Databases

Mathematics has it's 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 classification system to know. An introduction can be found at A Gentle Introduction to the Mathematics Subject Classification Scheme.

- Mathematical ReviewsThe best database for English language reviews and commentary on the Mathematical literature. Also called
**MathSciNet**, it includes*Current Mathematical Publications*. - EuDML -- the European Digital Mathematics Library~250 archival European mathematics journals
- ISI Web of KnowledgeThe best general science database.
- Mathematics at ArXiv.orgThe universally used preprint archive, this is the best place to get brand new papers, before they are published.
- The Jahrbuch ProjectIt consists of a complete electronic catalogue of the mathematical publications in the time period between 1868 - 1942 (JFM database) and a digital archive storing the most relevant publications from that period. The two components are linked very closely
- The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer SequencesType in the beginning of a sequence, get all the information about it.
- Zentralblatt MATH Zentralblatt MATH is the world's most complete and longest running abstracting and reviewing service in pure and applied mathematics.
- JSTORJSTOR is an online storage facility for older journals in many disciplines. This link brings you to a list of all the Mathematics titles and years that are in the JSTOR collection.

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