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Zentralblatt MATH

zbMATH, formerly Zentralblatt MATH, is a
major international reviewing service
providing reviews and abstracts for
articles in pure and applied mathematics,
produced by the Berlin office of FIZ
Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute for
Information Infrastructure GmbH. Editors
are the European Mathematical Society
(EMS), FIZ Karlsruhe, and the Heidelberg
Academy of Sciences. zbMATH is

distributed by Springer Science+Business Media. It uses the Mathematics Subject Classification codes for organising the reviews by topic. .

coverage Books Temporal 1868–present (first entry from 1755) . and the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences History 1931–Present Languages English. German. Abstracts. French Access Cost Subscription Coverage Disciplines Pure mathematics and applied mathematics Record Index. Conference papers. Reviews depth Format Journal articles.zbMATH Producer European Mathematical Society. FIZ Karlsruhe.

coverage No. of more than 3.5 million records Update Daily frequency Print edition Print title Zentralblatt für Mathematik und ihre Grenzgebiete Print title 1931–Present ISSN 0044-4235 Links Website Title list History .

At that time. Harald Bohr. Göttingen was considered one of the central places for mathematical research. took the initiative for the foundation of a new mathematical reviewing journal. Courant and Neugebauer were professors at the University of Göttingen. Hermann Minkowski. Carl Runge and Felix Klein. together with the publisher Ferdinand Springer. the great organiser of mathematics and physics in Göttingen. the brother of the famous physicist Niels Bohr. His dream of a building for an independent . worked in Copenhagen.Mathematicians Richard Courant. Otto Neugebauer and Harald Bohr. having appointed mathematicians like David Hilbert.

by Otto Neugebauer as Zentralblatt für Mathematik und ihre Grenzgebiete. who convinced the Rockefeller Foundation to donate a large amount of money for the construction. In the . together with peer reviews done by mathematicians over the world.mathematical institute with a spacious and rich reference library was realised four years after his death. The credit for this achievement is particularly due to Richard Courant.[1] The service was founded in 1931. It contained the bibliographical data of all recently published mathematical articles and book.

However.preface to the first volume. the main focus of the journal is mathematics. those areas that are closely related to . the intentions of Zentralblatt are formulated as follows:[2] Zentralblatt für Mathematik und ihre Grenzgebiete aims to publish — in an efficient and reliable manner — reviews of the entire world literature in mathematics and related areas in issues initially appearing monthly. As the name suggests.

[3] In the late 1930s.[4] Some of them . An issue was published as soon as sufficiently many reviews were available. it began rejecting some Jewish reviewers and a number of reviewers in England and United States resigned in protest. mathematics will be treated as seriously as the so-called pure mathematics. in a frequency of three or four weeks. but Zentralblatt published several issues per year. Zentralblatt and the Jahrbuch had in essence the same agenda.

a competing publication. Services The Zentralblatt MATH abstracting service provides reviews (brief accounts of contents) of current articles. The electronic form was provided under the name INKA-MATH (acronym for Information System Karlsruhe-Database on Mathematics) since at least 1980. books and other publications in mathematics. and related . The name was later shortened to Zentralblatt MATH.helped start Mathematical Reviews. conference papers. its applications.

and the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences. Reviewers are volunteers invited by the editors based on their published work or a recommendation by an existing reviewer. The service reviews more than 2. with occasional entries in German and French. .areas. Zentralblatt MATH is provided both over the Web and in printed form. Zentralblatt MATH is now edited by the European Mathematical Society. as well as books and conference proceedings. The reviews are predominantly in English.300 journals and serials worldwide. FIZ Karlsruhe.

the first three records in a search are provided for free without a subscription. See also Wikidata has the property: zbMATH work ID (P894) (see uses) Wikidata has the property: zbMATH author ID (P1556) (see uses) . added in 2003. Access is by subscription.The Zentralblatt database also incorporates the 200.000 entries of the earlier similar publication Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik (JFM) from 1868 to 1942. Currently.

Wegeler.. Schappacher. 523–551. published in the United States Referativnyi Zhurnal. Mathematical Reviews. Springer-Verlag. "Geleitwort". Universität Göttingen unter dem Nationalsozialismus . pp. K. O. . G. In Neugebauer. München: Wecker. 2. 1. Norbert (1983). Dahms. Neugebauer. published in the former Soviet Union and now in Russia References 1. "Das Mathematische Institut der Universität Göttingen 1929–1950". et al. Zentralblatt für Mathematik und ihre Grenzgebiete. Otto (1931). p. In Sauer.

: American Mathematical Society. doi:10.3. Werner. "A Half Century of Reviewing". pp. ed.. Providence. Heidelberg: Springer- Verlag. 80 years of Zentralblatt MATH. Peter. H. A century of mathematics in America (PDF) (Repr. 4. Silke (2011). In Teschke. ISBN 978-0-8218- 0124-6. Bernd. "Glimpses into the history of Zentralblatt MATH". 1–16. O. Lehmer. pp. D. ISBN 978-3-642-21171-3.). 265–266. In Duren. R. Wegner.1007/978-3-642- 21172-0_1 . Dirk. Göbel.I. (1988). External links Jahrbuch database zbMATH .

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