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The Duke Mathematical Journal, Volumes 1-100 (DMJ 100) is a fully searchable electronic collection of the first 100 volumes of one of the world's leading mathematics journals. DMJ 100 is available online through Project Euclid at projecteuclid.org/dmj100 and offers electronic access to 4,830 articles published from 1935 to 1999.
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