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arXiv.org e-print archive
An e-print service which presents papers in physics and related disciplines, mathematics, nonlinear science, computer science, and quantitative biology.
A fully automated electronic archive and distribution server for research papers which functions as a means of communicating ongoing research information in these subject areas.
Jahrbuch Ã¼ber die Fortschritte der Mathematik
The Jahrbuch Project provides a bibliographic database capturing the content of the Jahrbuch Ã¼ber die Fortschritte der Mathematik (JFM) and a digital
archive of the most important mathematical publications of the period 1868-1942.
Consists of reviews and citations to the world's research literature in mathematics and related areas. The period between 6 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. Eastern
Standard Time is reserved for maintenance. MathSciNet may be unavailable during that period.
Science in context.
Features authoritative information for assignments and projects, and provides detailed coverage of popular subjects. From earth science and life science,
to space, technology, mathematics and science history and biography. Delivers integrated content through 150+ comprehensive reference sets from Gale Encyclopedia of Science, Chemical Elements, Science in Dispute and Macmillan Science Library. Also includes more than 22,000 topic overviews, 7,000 biographies, 1.5 million periodical articles from noted publications like Science Weekly, Science News and The Science Teacher, 16,000 images and videos, 170+ detailed experiments, 8,100 biographies, and two dictionaries.
Web of science
"... accesses multidisciplinary databases of bibliographic information gathered from thousands of scholarly journals. The databases are indexed so you
can search for specific articles by subject, author, journal, and/or author address. Because the information stored about each article includes the article's cited reference list (often called its bibliography), you can also search the databases for articles that cite a known author or work."--Tutorial screen.
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