Disciplines & Professions: Mathematics
About.com's Math Directory
A comprehensive site offering everything from Internet searches for math-related topics to calculus formulas and tips on how to survive math class.
Academic Info's Mathematics Gateway
Directory of links organized by topic, such as women in math, numerical analysis, and homework help. Also offers a large list of general directories for further information.
Mathematical Association of America
Features math related articles and news.
An index of mathematical topics and resources. Offers ability to search within the index and also a beginner's guide to math subject areas.
A search engine that allows you to search for math-related topics by phrase. Materials are geared towards a university or research level individual.
Open Directory's Math Directory
Provides links to 6,000+ sites on mathematics and offers visitors an additional subject heading under which geological information is located. Also offers an annotated list of direct links to 7 useful URLs.
Search Engine Guide's Mathematics Links
Provides several popular links to math sites. Visitors can search an entire directory of search engines at once or find a search engine specific to a topic.
World Wide Web Virtual Library: Mathematics
Information organized by subjects. Includes links to bibliographies, electronic journals, and department Web servers.
Yahoo!'s Mathematics Directory
Annotated list of the most popular math Web sites. Allows the Yahoo! search engine to be confined to math-related topics and has links to message boards and chat rooms for further discussion in addition to math club listings and contact information.
MathSciNet (American Mathematical Society, also available through SilverPlatter as MathSci Database)
Combines 2 print publications (Math Reviews and Current Mathematical Publications) to cover reviews of mathematical research and current bibliographic records. Over 1 million records from 1940 to the present.
Bronshtein, I. N., and K. A. Semendyayev, eds. Handbook of Mathematics. Trans. K. A. Hirsch. 3rd ed. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1997.
A comprehensive guide to mathematical concepts. Organizes entries by math discipline. Provides a bibliography and index.
Daintith, John, and John Clark, eds. The Facts on File Dictionary of Mathematics. 3rd ed. New York: Facts on File, 1999.
Approximately 3,000 definitions of math terminology. Entries span all branches of mathematics and often utilize illustrations and charts. Organized alphabetically.
Grattan-Guinness, Ivor. The Norton History of the Mathematical Sciences. New York: Norton, 1997.
Provides an extensive account of the history of mathematics from ancient times to the present. Chapters progress chronologically. Includes a bibliography and index.
Hurt, C. D. Information Sources in Science and Technology. 3rd ed. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1998.
Covers all disciplines within science, mathematics, and engineering. Sources organized by discipline, then by type of reference work. Includes an author/title index.
Malinowsky, H. Robert. Reference Sources in Science, Engineering, Medicine, and Agriculture. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx, 1994.
Provides more than 2,400 sources across science and related fields. Organized by scientific discipline. Many entries include abstracts. Includes author, subject, and title indices.
Mathematical Reviews. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society, 2001.
An annual collection of mathematical articles, conference proceedings, and more. Entries are organized by subject field and provide abstracts. Also provides an author index.
Peeva, K., et al. Elsevier's Dictionary of Mathematics. New York: Elsevier, 2000.
A comprehensive compilation of mathematical terminology with more than 11,000 definitions. Arranged alphabetically.
Weisstein, Eric W. CRC Concise Encyclopedia of Mathematics. New York: CRC, 1999.
Compiles mathematical definitions, formulas, figures, and references. Aimed at a general audience. Thousands of entries arranged alphabetically. All entries include a full bibliography.
Zwillinger, Daniel, ed. CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae. New York: CRC, 1996.
This source offers tables and formula from every area of mathematics. Entries are arranged by branch of mathematics. An index is provided.