Process Studies

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Process Studies.

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From the PDC website for the journal:

Process Studies is a peer-reviewed journal that may be defined as referring primarily, although not exclusively, to the philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead and his intellectual associates, most notably Charles Hartshorne. With this focus, Process Studies seeks to explore process thought more broadly as it appears in related philosophies and theologies and to apply the Whiteheadian conceptuality to other fields, such as aesthetics, biology, cosmology, economics, ethics, history of religions, literary criticism, mathematics, political thought, psychology, physics, social science and sociology. The journal is published by the Center for Process Studies.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (1971) to present.

Access Process Studies via the ejournals@cambridge A-Z or at this link.

Image credit: ‘Principia mathematica’ by A. N. Whitehead and Bertrand Russell – classmark S348.b.91.1-3 (3 vols), available to order in the West Room at Cambridge University Library.

Taylor and Francis Online Journal Collection: Upgraded to Full Collection

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Taylor and Francis Online Journal Collection: upgraded to the full collection.

 

 

The subscription to the Taylor and Francis Journal Collection has been upgraded by adding the Science & Technology Library to the Social Science & Humanities Library, providing access to about 350 extra titles in the fields of engineering, computer science, environment and agriculture, mathematics, statistics and physics.

For a list of titles included in the Science and Technology Library please click here.

The new collection includes a number of journals which have been recommended for purchase in the last year, including:

The Full Collection includes most journals published by Taylor and Francis, but some titles which are not part of a collection are not covered. Newly published journals will not be automatically included either.

Access titles from the Taylor and Francis Online Journal Collection via the ejournals@cambridge A-Z.

 

Lecture Notes in Mathematics archive

The Betty & Gordon Moore Library and the University Library are pleased to announce the University of Cambridge now has access to the entire archive of the Springer series Lecture Notes in Mathematics back to 1964.

Lecture Notes in Mathematics is an essential resource providing access to new developments in all areas of mathematics and their applications. The type of material covered includes research monographs, and slightly more unusually and more difficult to source, Lectures, on a new field or presentations of a new angle in a classical field, and reports of intensive courses on topics of current research.

Access the Lecture notes in mathematics backfile via this link or via the eresources@cambridge A-Z.  Records for the individual monographs and lectures will be available in LibrarySearch and LibrarySearch+ mid-month.

Polyhedron models by fdecomite on Flickr.

Duke Mathematical Journal backfile

New e-journal backfile access: Duke Mathematical Journal (DMJ100)

Published since its inception in 1935 by Duke University Press, the Duke Mathematical Journal is one of the world’s leading mathematical journals. In 2013, the Institute for Scientific Information awarded DMJ an impact factor of 1.724, making it one of the top ten journals in the field. DMJ emphasizes the most active and influential areas of current mathematics.

Access the Duke Mathematical Journal via this link.

Nobel Prize-winner John F. Nash whose Nobel seminar the DMJ published and for whom the DMJ published an honorary volume.

Journal of Topology

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Journal of Topology.

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From the Oxford University Press website for the journal:

“The Journal of Topology publishes papers of high quality and significance in topology, geometry and adjacent areas of mathematics. Interesting, important and often unexpected links connect topology and geometry with many other parts of mathematics.”

 

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2008) to present.

Access Journal of Topology via the ejournals@cambridge A-Z or at this link.

Image credits: ‘Figure Eight’ by Clay Shonkwller on Flichr – https://flic.kr/p/hAUSfX