But,when I click http://www.ams.org/mathscinet/citations.html ,choice Search by Subject or Search by Year or Top 10 Lists ,submit search,havn’t search result . ]]>

I am glad that you like the new features.

]]>However, I noticed a strange issue regarding the number of citations for a given entry.

In many cases the number of citations displayed in the little “Citations” box on the upper right under “From References:” does not equal the number of items returned when clicking on the “From References” link. E.g., using myself as a guinea pig, for MR1981427 (2005m:20080) the “From References:” field says 45, but clicking on that link produces a list of 45 items. On the other hand, for MR2216713 (2007k:20094), “From References:” says 38, but clicking on that link gives a list of 37 items. For MR1757436 (2001c:20098), “From References:” says 16, but clicking on that link gives 17 items. For MR1426902 (98g:20060), “From References:” says 27, while clicking on the “From References” link gives a list of 28 items. Etc. It seems that a discrepancy by 1-2 items is pretty common in this situation. Do you know what causes this discrepancy? ]]>

“term1 term2″~N

You have to use the double quotes here and there should be no spaces around the tilde. The search will be for exactly term1 and term2 (no singular/plural sloppiness). It will look for items where term1 and term2 are separated by N or fewer other terms. So, if N=2, it would look for term1 term2, term1 stuff term2, and term1 stuff stufff term2. Note, with the old adj trick, adjN would look for matches where there were up to (N-1) terms in between term1 and term2. That is to say, term2 was up to the Nth term from term1.

]]>You have two papers in

Glasgow Mathematical Journal

Pubisher: Scottish Acad. Press 33 Montgomery St. Edinburgh EH7 5JX Scotland

ISSN: 0017-0895

and one paper in

Glasgow Mathematical Journal

Pubisher: Cambridge Univ. Press The Edinburgh Bldg. Shaftesbury Rd. Cambridge CB2 2RU England

ISSN: 0017-0895

Since the publisher changed, our database has separate listings for them. With the older version of MathSciNet, this distinction was not so apparent. Now, though, we are exposing more of the fine detail of the information about the journals.

]]>These are of course the same journal.

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