Duke Mathematical Journal (DMJ)
Duke Mathematical Journal (DMJ) is one of the world’s top ten mathematics journals and is an essential resource for mathematics faculty and postgraduate programs. A flagship journal in its field, DMJ has been published by Duke University Press since its inception in 1935.
DMJ has a five-year impact factor of 2.766 and a cited half-life of >10, the highest score given in this category. DMJ is not available through any other collection or aggregation.
Duke Mathematical Journal: Volumes 1-100 (DMJ 100)
Duke Mathematical Journal: Volumes 1-100 (DMJ 100) is a fully searchable electronic collection of the first 100 volumes of DMJ. DMJ 100 is available online through Project Euclid and offers electronic access to 4,830 articles published from 1935 to 1999.
- Issue-level metadata, including links from each article to MathSciNet and zbMATH
- Mathematics Subject Classifications for each article back to 1940
- MathJax display engine for formulas and symbols
- Reference lists for each article, with links from each reference to MathSciNet
- COUNTER-compliant usage statistics
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