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|Electronic Backfile Collections||
Electronic Backfile Collections
2015 (6 volumes comprising 34 numbers)
2014 (6 volumes comprising 30 numbers)
2013 (6 volumes comprising 28 numbers)
1950-2012 (220 volumes comprising 1,036 numbers)
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Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society is devoted to the publication of research in all areas of pure and applied mathematics. The Memoirs is designed particularly to publish long papers or groups of cognate papers in book form, and is under the supervision of the Editorial Committee of the AMS journal Transactions of the AMS. To be accepted by the editorial board, manuscripts must be correct, new, and significant. Further, they must be well written and of interest to a substantial number of mathematicians. Papers appearing in the Memoirs are generally at least 80 and not more than 200 published pages in length. Papers less than 80 or more than 200 published pages require the approval of the Managing Editor of the Transactions/Memoirs Editorial Board.
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