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2,754 journals. The aim of the AMS-DMR is to provide centralized access to certain collections of digitized publications in the mathematical sciences. The registry is primarily focused on older material from journals and journal-like book series that originally appeared in print but now is available in digital form.
The registry is organized both by the collections and by the individual journals (or series) themselves, providing links to each that will be regularly verified and updated.
All versions of the Digital Mathematics Registry (DMR) are in the public domain;
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