Bates Department of Mathematics capstone projects including honors and standard theses published from 2011 to present are discoverable electronically on SCARAB.
Honor theses earlier than 2011 can be found in the catalog under the Author "Bates College (Lewiston, Me.). Department of Mathematics."
MathSciNetThis link opens in a new windowReviews of journals, conference proceedings, and books of mathematics research, from the American Mathematical Society. Publication dates: 1864 to present
MathSciNet is a key resource for many Mathematicians. Edward Dunne, executive editor of Mathematical Reviews, has written a two part guide to MathSciNet filled with tips for getting the most out of the tool and your searches.
arXivThis link opens in a new windowE-print service in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance and statistics. Not peer-reviewed.
Appearance of a paper is not intended in any way to convey tacit approval of its assumptions, methods, or conclusions by any agent (electronic, mechanical, or other). In other words, these articles are not necessarily subjected to the traditional model of "peer review."
SpringerLink: MathematicsAn extensive collection of high quality e-books and journals published by Springer. Although Bates has access to Springer content from many areas of study, this link is scoped to Mathematics.
ScopusThis link opens in a new windowSciences and social sciences journal article citations. Searchable by author affiliation and citation count.
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World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
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Academic Search CompleteThis link opens in a new windowFull text journals and magazines across disciplines.
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Not intended to serve as stand alone Calculus textbooks, this three volume set was created to serve the middle ground between a formal text and a solution guide.
Volumes 1-3 are organized to cover material from a traditional three semester calculus sequence.
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With an emphasis on theory and connections with linear algebra and analysis, the book shows all the rigor of numerical analysis. Its high level and exhaustive coverage will prepare students for research in the field and become a valuable reference as they continue their career. Students will appreciate the simple notation, clear assumptions and arguments, as well as the many examples and classroom-tested exercises ranging from simple verification to qualifying exam-level problems. -From the publisher
The Princeton Companion to Mathematics, Edited by Fields Medal recipient Timothy Gowers, surveys the most active and exciting branches of pure mathematics, providing the context and broad perspective that are vital at a time of increasing specialization in the field. This is an indispensable resource for undergraduate and graduate students in mathematics as well as for researchers and scholars seeking to understand areas outside their specialties.
The eighth edition of the classic Gradshteyn and Ryzhik is an updated completely revised edition of what is acknowledged universally by mathematical and applied science users as the key reference work concerning the integrals and special functions. This edition contains over 10, 000 mathematical entries including the most up to date listing of integrals, series and products (special functions).
The updated Handbook is an essential reference for researchers and students in applied mathematics, engineering, and physics. It provides quick access to important formulas, relations, and methods from algebra, trigonometric and exponential functions, combinatorics, probability, matrix theory, calculus and vector calculus, ordinary and partial differential equations, Fourier series, orthogonal polynomials, and Laplace transforms.