American Mathematical Society
Translations: Series 2 Series Code: TRANS2
Volumes in this series consist of articles originally published in books and journals in Russia or Japan. Recent volumes include articles offering timely research by world-class mathematicians. This series includes Advances in Soviet Mathematics titles published since 1995. (ISSN 0065-9290) Hardcover; reprints in softcover.
AMS Chelsea Publishing
Series Code: CHEL
Following a centuries-old tradition of building on what has gone before, mathematicians continue to mine and utilize insights and results from the classical literature. The mission of the AMS-Chelsea book series is to make some of the most important classics that were once out of print available to new generations of mathematicians and graduate students. The series continues the tradition of the original Chelsea Publishing Company, founded by Aaron Galuten, and contains many of its most successful and recognized titles.
AMS Pure and Applied Undergraduate Texts
Series Code: AMSTEXT
The volumes in this series are intended for undergraduate post-calculus
courses and, in some cases, will provide applications in engineering and
applied mathematics. The books are characterized by excellent exposition
and maintain the highest standards of scholarship. This series was founded
by the highly respected mathematician and educator, Paul J. Sally, Jr. (ISSN 1943-9334) Hardcover.
Issues in Mathematics Education
Series Code: CBMATH
This series of the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences (CBMS), published in cooperation with the Mathematical Association of America, promotes information exchange intended to revitalize the teaching of mathematics and statistics at all levels. Innovative teaching efforts are profiled in these volumes. All individuals receive the individual member price. (ISSN 1047-398X) Softcover.
Regional Conference Series in Mathematics
Series Code: CBMS
Each monograph offers a written account of lectures given by the author as principal speaker at a regional conference sponsored by the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences and supported by the National Science Foundation. The material in these lectures is accessible to nonspecialists. All individuals receive the individual member price. (ISSN 0160-7642) Softcover.
Clay Mathematics Monographs
Series Code: CMIM
Each volume in this series offers a state-of-the-art exposition of an active area of current research, provided by a group of leading mathematicians. This series is co-published by the AMS and the Clay Mathematics Institute. (ISSN 1539-6061) Hardcover; reprints in softcover.
Clay Mathematics Proceedings
Series Code: CMIP
Each volume in the CMIP series is developed from lectures given at the annual CMI summer schools or other conference/workshops organized by the Clay Mathematics Institute. Their aim is to give clear, accessible introductions to areas of current research. This series is co-published by the Clay Mathematics Institute and the AMS. (ISSN 1534-6455) Softcover.
Series Code: CWORKS
This series presents the substantial body of work of many outstanding mathematicians. Some collections include the complete works of an individual, while others feature selected papers. Readers can follow the major ideas and themes that developed over the course of a given mathematicians career. Hardcover.
Series Code: COLL
Each volume in the Colloquium Publications series contains enduring and important results from outstanding mathematicians worldwide, offering the finest in scholarly mathematical publishing. These incomparable works, from the turn of the century to the present, provide definitive treatment of some of mathematics most significant results. (ISSN 0065-9258) Hardcover; reprints in softcover.
Series Code: CONM
This series of high-quality, refereed proceedings written by recognized experts in their fields maintains high scientific standards. Volumes draw from worldwide conferences and symposia sponsored by the American Mathematical Society and other organizations. (ISSN 0271-4132) Softcover.
Notes Series Code: CLN
This important series, co-published by the AMS and the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University, offers cutting-edge research in mathematics and theoretical computer science. NYU faculty and visitors have written most of the volumes, which are primarily based on graduate courses and minicourses offered at the Institute. (ISSN 1529-9031) Softcover.
CRM Monograph Series
Series Code: CRMM
This series includes monographs developed from lectures given at the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques located at the Universiét de Montréal. This series is co-published by the AMS and the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques. (ISSN 1065-8599) Hardcover.
Proceedings & Lecture Notes
Series Code: CRMP
This series encompasses conference proceedings and lecture notes from important research conferences held at the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques at the Université de Montréal. This series is co-published by the AMS and the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques. (ISSN 1065-8580) Softcover.
Studies in Mathematics
Series Code: GSM
The volumes in this series are specifically designed as graduate studies texts, but are also suitable for recommended and/or supplemental course reading. With appeal to both students and professors, these texts make ideal independent study resources. The breadth and depth of the series coverage make it an ideal acquisition for all academic libraries that support mathematics programs. (ISSN 1065-7338) Hardcover.
History of Mathematics
Series Code: HMATH
The titles in this series offer compelling historical perspectives on the individuals and communities that have profoundly influenced mathematics development. Each book constitutes a valuable addition to an historical or mathematical book collection. Volumes 4 through 39 were co-published with the London Mathematical Society. From volume 40 on, these volumes are published by the AMS. (ISSN 0899-2428)
City Mathematics Series
Series Code: PCMS
This series comprises lecture notes, graduate texts, and educational material arising out of the activities of the Institute for Advanced Study/Park City Mathematics Institute in Park City, Utah. The Institute convenes mathematicians from all sectors in month-long summer programs. Each Institute features approximately five lecture series given by prominent mathematicians. This series is co-published with the Institute for Advanced Study/Park City Mathematics Institute. Members of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) receive a 20% discount from list price. (ISSN 1079-5634) Hardcover.
IAS/PCMI-The Teacher Program Series
Series Code: SSTP
The books of IAS/PCMI-The Teacher Program Series present materials from the IAS/PCMI Secondary School Teachers Program, an annual professional development program for teachers specializing in mathematics teaching for grades 3-12. Books in the series are designed to facilitate the SSTP program's goal of improving teacher knowledge via a problem-based approach to learning. Each volume includes a chapter on math concepts, a problem set, and facilitator notes, including solutions and practical tips for running a teacher training session. The series is invaluable for mathematics teacher training programs and for the continuing education of teachers already in practice. (ISSN 2374-5002) Softcover.
Surveys and Monographs
Series Code: SURV
This series of high-level monographs is designed to meet the need for detailed expositions in current research fields. Each volume in the Mathematical Surveys and Monographs series gives a survey of the subject along with a brief introduction to recent developments and unsolved problems. (ISSN 0076-5376) Hardcover; reprints in softcover.
Series Code: MAWRLD
This accessible series brings the beauty and wonder of mathematics to the advanced high school student, the mathematics teacher, the scientist or engineer, and the lay reader with a strong interest in mathematics. Mathematical World features well-written, challenging expository works that illustrate the fascination and usefulness of mathematics. (ISSN 1055-9426)
Memoirs of the AMS
Series Code: MEMO
This series is devoted to the publication of research in all areas of pure and applied mathematics. Manuscripts accepted for publication are similar to those published in Transactions of the American Mathematical Society and meet the same editorial requirements. To qualify for publication, the manuscripts must be correct, new, significant, well-written, and of interest to a substantial number of mathematicians. Each issue contains either a single monograph or a group of related papers. The series is also available by subscription. (Nos. 1-122: LC 52-42839) (ISSN 0065-9266) Softcover.
MSRI Mathematical Circles Library
Series Code: MCL
Mathematical circles originated in Eastern Europe in the 1930s, spreading to Western Europe, Asia, and, eventually, to North America. They are gatherings of motivated students looking for new challenges in mathematics as well as a deeper understanding of the subject. Student circles are usually run by college professors, schoolteachers, or even enthusiastic parents wishing to share their appreciation of and love for mathematics. While solving problems is emphasized, the circles also pay considerable attention to mathematical ideas and techniques that are broadly helpful.
The idea of teacher mathematical circles is more recent. Such circles are gatherings for elementary and secondary school teachers where they may develop effective approaches to teaching mathematics, with a particular emphasis on problem solving.
In the interest of fostering a greater awareness and appreciation of mathematics and its connections to other disciplines and everyday life, MSRI and the AMS are publishing books in the Mathematical Circles Library Series as a service to young people, their parents and teachers, and the mathematics profession.
The books in the series are suitable for leaders and participants in mathematical circles. Parents of the participants in the student circles will also find the books quite useful. The books come from several sources: translations of suitable books from Russian or Eastern European sources, books written in English for this audience, and practical books for and written by organizers of mathematical circles. The series is co-published by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute and the American Mathematical Society. (ISSN 1944-8074) Softcover.
Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics
Series Code: PSAPM
The symposia in applied mathematics have been held under the auspices of the American Mathematical Society and other organizations since 1967. In this series, Volume 21 and most subsequent volumes consist of the proceedings of short courses sponsored by the AMS and held at the time of the January meetings. Symposia that were sponsored jointly by the AMS and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) have been published in the series SIAM-AMS Proceedings. (Volumes 1-14: LC 50-1183) (ISSN 0160-7634) Hardcover; most reprints in softcover.
of Symposia in Pure Mathematics
Series Code: PSPUM
Each volume in this series includes papers, many of a survey/expository nature, on a specific active area of mathematics. These papers were presented at symposia, summer research institutes, and summer research conferences sponsored by the American Mathematical Society and other organizations. Summer research institutes are indicated by SRI. (Volumes 1-5: LC 50-1183) (ISSN 0082-0717) Hardcover; reprints in softcover.
SMF/AMS Texts and Monographs
Series Code: SMFAMS
This series, co-published with the Société Mathématique de France (SMF), includes English translations of select books originally published in French by the SMF in series such as the outstanding Cours Spécialiss. Other SMF series represented in this collection include Astérisque, Panoramas et Synthèses, and Mémoires. AMS and SMF members receive AMS member discounts on the titles in this series. (ISSN 1525-2302) Softcover.
Student Mathematical Library
Series Code: STML
The AMS undergraduate series, the Student Mathematical Library, is for books that will spark students' interests in modern mathematics and increase their appreciation for research. Books published in the series emphasize original topics and approaches. The step from mathematical coursework to mathematical research is one of the most important developments in a mathematician's career. To make the transition successfully, the student must be motivated and interested in doing mathematics rather than merely learning it. They are suitable for honors courses, upper-division seminars, reading courses, or self-study. (ISSN 1520-9121)
of Mathematical Monographs
Series Code: MMONO
This series contains works of advanced mathematical research and exposition translated primarily from Japanese and Russian. (ISSN 0065-9282) Hardcover; reprints in softcover. Now included as a subseries to this series are original works translated from publisher Iwanami Shoten (Tokyo). Volumes in the Iwanami Series in Modern Mathematics are in softcover.
Series Code: ULECT
Each book in this series focuses on an important and rapidly developing topic, and is designed to give readers the most current information on the subject area. Some books in the series originated from important lecture series given by outstanding mathematicians worldwide. (ISSN 1047-3998) Softcover.
What's Happening in the Mathematical Sciences
Series Code: HAPPENING
This series, surveying important recent developments, is designed to appeal to a broad audience and illustrate the beauty and power of mathematics. The articles in this series address cutting-edge areas of pure and applied mathematical research, but are written to be accessible to anyone with a high school mathematical background. This series will leave readers with an appreciation of the universality of mathematics. (ISSN 1065-9358) Softcover.
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