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Library sources in mathematics & statistics

This guide lists a selection of the more important sources of information on Mathematics & Statistics available at Concordia Library. It includes material held in the Webster Library (WEB) on the Sir George Williams Downtown Campus, the Vanier Library (VAN) on the Loyola Campus and/or available online. Most materials are located in the Reference area (REF). This is not a complete list. Additional resources may be found by searching CLUES, the library catalogue.


Dictionaries

Encyclopedias

Handbooks and Tables

Databases and Indexes to Periodicals

These resources enable you to identify articles from journals and other periodicals. The databases can generally be searched by author, title keyword, and subject keyword. In order to locate a journal article, check CLUES under Journal Title to see if the journal is available at Concordia in print or electronic format.

MathSciNet

  • Covers the full range of mathematical literature with citations to articles in mathematics, statistics, computer science and operations research
  • Includes the indexing from Mathematical Reviews and Current Mathematical Publications
  • Coverage from 1940 onward

Academic Search Complete (EBSCO)

  • A multidisciplinary database that indexes over 300 journals and magazines in mathematics. Includes the full-text of some journals. Coverage from 1975 onward.

Web of Science

  • A multidisciplinary database that indexes leading mathematical and statistical journals. It is also a citation database that shows how often articles are cited. Coverage from 1989 onward.

ACM Digital Library

  • The database of the publications of the Association for Computing Machinery. The mathematics of computing is a major subject area in this database.

Statistical Theory and Method Abstracts

  • An index with abstracts of articles from the leading statistical journals. Available only at the Webster Library. Coverage from 1964 to 2001 in print, and from 1990 onward on CD-ROM.

ProQuest Dissertations and Theses

  • This database indexes doctoral dissertations and masters theses, mostly from North American universities. Coverage goes back to 1861. Full text available for many titles from 1997 onward.
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