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Fall 2020 reference (research) help:
Research in Mathematics and Computer Science
Mathematics is the logical study of space, number, quantity and their relationships. It includes calculus, geometry, topology, number theory, probability and statistics, and many other subfields. This guide lists some of the most important reference books and databases available through this library.
This guide is a starting point; don't hesitate to ask a librarian for further assistance.
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ACM Guide to Computing Literature
A collection of more than 750,000 citations and abstracts from major publishers in computing. The "advanced search" option is only available to ACM members, but the basic search and browse feature provide search options.
A comprehensive index, with abstracts, to the research literature of mathematics. Corresponds to the print indexes Mathematical Reviews (MR) and Current Mathematical Publications (CMP). Published by the American Mathematical Society.
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