Euclid Prime is a collection of high-impact, peer-reviewed journals in theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics. It is hosted by Project Euclid, an online platform designed specifically for mathematicians. The 2020 collection includes current content from 30 titles.
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Individual Titles Hosted on Project Euclid Available Separately
In addition to the 30 titles collected in Euclid Prime, Project Euclid offers electronic access to a number of other publications. Please visit projecteuclid.org for information on ordering individual titles and for a complete list of open-access titles.