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Introducing the mini-DML project Thierry B????? Université Joseph Fourier (Grenoble) WDML workshop Stockholm June 27th 2004 A metadata project from Cellule MathDoc

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  • many digitisation projects

  • most researchers aren'

  • published resources

  • scientific journals


Publié le : lundi 18 juin 2012
Lecture(s) : 29
Source : www-fourier.ujf-grenoble.fr
Nombre de pages : 42
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Introducing the
project
Thierry BUniversité Joseph Fourier (Grenoble)
WDML workshop Stockholm June 27th 2004
A metadata project from Cellule MathDoc
I. Presentation
1. Context
2. Catalogues & lists
3. Where is the DML ?
4. Are lists useful ?
5. Where are Cauchy seminal papers ?
6. The mini-DML project
7. Back to Cauchy
II. Demonstration III. Riemann hypothesis : A case study
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1. C
– Scientific journals exist since 1665 (Journal des savants, Philosophical transactions) – Mathematical journals exist since 1810 (Annalesde Gergonne) – Many digitisation projects are heavily working in order to provide that intellectual treasury to the digital age – Freely downloadable grey litterature is omnipresent
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– We face an exponentially growing amount of available material while – most researchers aren’t even aware of this, and. . . – those who know have to bookmark hundreds of websites : repositories, specialised search engines, home pages, individual journal pages, and. . . – they need to figure a specific strategy to localise an item in each of these sites !
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2. C&
Facing a similar situation, the mathematicians of the end of 19th century choosed to build lists of important published resources.
– Valentin’s famous lost catalogue (1885-1910) – TheRépertoire bibliographique des sciences mathématiques (1894-1912, covering 19th century) – TheJahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik44)-8911(68
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And later : -MtthatrantlalbeZ(1931- ) Mathematical reviews(1940- )
Except in the (conjectural) first case, these lists are non-comprehensive and require an important intellectual input (choice, classification, review). Converted into databases, they are an invaluable utility for the working mathematician.
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3. W  DML ?
The DML is the virtual library of all mathematical
digitally, both retrodigitised and born
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3. W  DML ?
The DML is the virtual library of all mathematical texts available digitally, both retrodigitised and born digital.
How does an average mathematician know that such an important resource asAnnals of Mathematicsis currently available – at JSTOR from the first issue until 1994, – at arXiv for certain years, – at the journal home page (rare links to arXiv), – at project Euclid since 2001.
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3. W  DML ?
The DML is the virtual library of all mathematical texts available digitally, both retrodigitised and born digital.
How does an average mathematician know that such an important resource asAnnals of Mathematicsis currently available – at JSTOR from the first issue until 1994, – at arXiv for certain years, – at the journal home page (rare links to arXiv), – at project Euclid since 2001. How does an average mathematician know that theJournal de théorie de nombres de Bordeauxis currently available – at Göttingen GDZ for the pre-seriesSéminaire. . . – at EMIS for recent years (1994- ), – at the journal home page for recent years, – except two gaps.
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