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Subject Guide  Mathematics
This guide has been designed to provide an overview of resources available for the study and research in science based on Mathematics area.
Find Books
Search Web OPAC to find books available at Library. Though most our collection is in print format, an increasing number of titles are available in electronic format.
EBooks  Subject Call Numbers  
Most ofebooks in the Library's collection are listed in Web OPAC, but some titles can only be found by searching the eBooks collection websites.

The call number listed below is based on general Library of Congress subject classifications. These numbers are provided primarily as a browsing tool. This list is presented as a quick guide to selected subject and call number ranges, and not a comprehensive research tool.


Getting Books From Elsewhere  
If a book or article is not available in the Web OPAC or library, use our Document Delivery Service to obtain a copy of an article or to borrow a book from other library. 
Find Articles
This page indentifies the journal indexes most relevant in Mathematics and provides links to the Library ejournals page.
Recommended Databases  EJournals 
Find mathematics articles in scholarly journals with these databases. Below is a list of databases which are most often used in Mathematics:

Find ejournals available to the library by title or subject.
JetP – Full Text Electronic Journal 
Getting articles from elsewhere 
Open Access Journal  General 
If the journal you need is not available in UPM Library, you can obtain a copy of the article from other library through our Document Delivery Service.

Open Access Journals – Science Direct 
Open access Journal on Mathematics 
Printed Journal 
Abstract and Applied Analysis 
Journals are important sources of information for subject research. Below is a list of journals can be used in Mathematics:

Reference Works
The Reference Collection on the First Floor contains a number of different works from quick references, dictionaries, encyclopedia, atlas, thesaurus and etc. There are also ranges of electronic reference resources which is available on the Internet.
Handbooks 
Dictionaries 
CRC handbook of mathematical sciences.QA47 C2 1987
Handbook of typography for the mathematical sciences. Z253.4 T47K89 Handbook of function and generalized function transformations. QA331 Z39 Handbook of nonlinear partial differential equations. QA372 P766 2012 Handbook of mathematical formulas and integrals. QA47 J46 2000/ QA47 J46 2004 Handbook of writing for the mathematical sciences. QA42 H638 1998 Handbook of applied multivariate statistics and mathematical modeling. QA278 H236 Handbook of integral equations. QA431 P781 2008 Table of integrals, series and products. QA55 G7333 2007 
Mathematics dictionary. QA5 J28 Dictionary of mathematics. QA5 K96 The concise Oxford dictionary of mathematics. QA5 C588 1996 McGrawHill dictionary of mathematics. QA5 M147 2003 Dictionary of applied math for engineers and scientists. QA5 D554 Kamus matematik. QA5 K15 
Organizations
This is a list of the notable Mathematics organizations includes intergovernmental, governmental or nongovernmental.
Websites
This list provides a sampling of the rapidly proliferating number of Mathematics resources available on the Internet. However, this page will remain on the Web as a courtesy to those people who still use it.
Websites 
Wolfram Mathworld

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APA Sytle Guide  Refworks 
From the American Psychological Association From the Purdue Online Writing Lab From University of Malaya Library (UML) APA 6th Edition  Citation Guide 
Refworks allows users to create their own personal bibliography.
Refworks offers:

Librarians
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Liaison Librarian 
Get to know your liaison librarian and encourage the students to do likewise. Make an appointment to discuss your class research assignments or ask for library handouts to pass out in class. Samsul Farid Shamsuddin
