Answered By: Zelda Chatten Last Updated: Apr 27, 2018 Views: 208
The best place to start looking for journal articles is DISCOVER. It is easy to search and you will find lots of relevant material.
If you want to go further and do a more in-depth and focused search then you should use one of our subject specialist databases. You can find a complete list of Mathematics databases on the Mathematical Sciences Library Guide.
The key databases for Mathematical Sciences are:
- MathSciNet offers access to a comprehensive selection of mathematical sciences literature.
- Web of Science (formerly known as Web of Knowledge) provides broad coverage as well as very good author and citation searching. It includes Science Citation Index, Index to Conference Proceedings and Journal Citation Reports.
- Scopus covers a wide subject range and is good for interdisciplinary subjects, searching for authors and tracking down citations.