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The Mathematics Genealogy Project (MGP) has a new home on the internet: http://mathgenealogy.org/. It is all the same content, and still brought to you by the NDSU Department of Mathematics, with support from the American Mathematical Society. Now, however, the website … Continue reading
On May 20 at 2pm Eastern, Bianca Viray and Drew Sutherland will be moderating a panel discussion on hosting mathematics events online. The panelists are all mathematicians who have recently organized online workshops or conferences. Their hope is that the … Continue reading
There is a three-minute video about MathSciNet now available online on Vimeo. It is also available as part of a blog post from EBSCO, which mostly discusses Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month and the really neat book Living Proof: Stories … Continue reading
The world is responding to the global coronavirus and COVID-19 epidemic in many ways. One of the most important is by socially distancing ourselves from one another. While this helps slow the spread of the epidemic, it also cuts … Continue reading
The editors of Mathematical Reviews and zbMATH have finished the latest revision of the Mathematics Subject Classification, MSC2020. The official announcement is published jointly in the March 2020 issue of the Notices of the American Mathematical Society and the March … Continue reading
The Current Index to Statistics (CIS) is now hosted by the AMS. It is available on the MathSciNet servers from the URL mathscinet.ams.org/cis. The database is openly available using a brand new search interface.
Today, item number MR4000000 was added to MathSciNet. Hurray! It is a paper on a local Jacquet-Langlands correspondence by Vincent Sécherre and Shaun Stevens, published in Compositio Mathematica.
After posting about Booker and Sutherland’s cool expression of 42 as a sum of three cubes, Drew Sutherland wrote to say that they found a new way to write 3 as a sum of three cubes: $569936821221962380720^3 + (-569936821113563493509)^3 + … Continue reading
The number 42 is famous for its occurrence in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. In 2032, Adele might come out with a new album with 42 as its title. But today, the fame of the number 42 has to … Continue reading
In the September issue of the Notices Amer. Math. Soc., I have a column that is Part I of a guide to using MathSciNet. This part focuses on Publications Searches, which are the most common searches. Part II will be … Continue reading