The list of HAC – list of peer-reviewed scientific publication of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Federation, which shall be published basic scientific results of dissertations for the degree of candidate of science and doctor of science.
MathSciNet is your premier service for searching over 75 years of the world’s mathematical literature in the Mathematical Reviews (MR) Database. MathSciNet contains over 3 million items and 2 million direct links to original articles in more than 3,000 journals from over 250 publishers. Over 110,000 new items are added each year with most of them classified according to the Mathematics Subject Classification. Each year, over 80,000 reviews are added, written by experts around the world. Reference lists are collected and matched internally from over 500 journals. Navigation is simple within MathSciNet’s wealth of internal links. The MR Author Database enables searching by verified individuals rather than name strings. For more information about MathSciNet, visit the MathSciNet About page and MathSciNet Tutorials website.
zbMath is a major international reviewing service providing reviews and abstracts for articles in pure and applied mathematics, produced by the Berlin office of FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure GmbH. Editors are the European Mathematical Society (EMS), FIZ Karlsruhe, and the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences. zbMATH is distributed by Springer Science+Business Media. It uses the Mathematics Subject Classification codes for organising the reviews by topic.
The all-Russian mathematical portal Math-Net.Ru – is a modern information system that provides Russian and foreign mathematicians different ways to find information about mathematical life in Russia. On the portal contains 119 journals in physics and mathematics subjects with their impact factor. The system provides information on the Russian mathematicians, database publishing journals of the Department of Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences, as well as information about mathematical organizations.
The database Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory of American publishing Bowker, is the largest database that describes the world flow of serial (periodic and ongoing) publications (popular and scientific journals) in all subject areas of life. Database contains descriptions of almost 300 thousand serials, of which more than 200 thousand -.. Publication, go now. Actively used by academic institutions to conduct research on the global flow analysis of serial publications, reference and information work and staffing input periodicals and serials.
Journal “Bulletin KRASEC. Physical and Mathematical Sciences” is included in RSCI. Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) – bibliographic database of scientific publications of Russian scientists data. To obtain the necessary user data on publications and citations of articles based on RSCI database developed analytical tools ScienceIndex.
Directory of Open Access Journals – Swedish database of open access journals. This project defines open access scientific journals that meet high quality standards, implementing peer review or editorial quality control and “use a funding model that does not charge readers or their institutions for access.” DOAJ The aim is to “increase the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific journals, thereby contributing to an increase in their impact factor.
An open access database, OAJI (Open Academic Journals Index), was created on July 4, 2013. Conceived in 2013 as a database for scientific journals, it was transformed in 2014 into a full-text platform for the submission of peer-reviewed articles. also. The database is maintained by the Cherkas Global University Research Information Laboratory.
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KiberLeninka – Scientific Electronic Library is open access (Open Access), whose main objectives is to promote science and research activities, public control of quality of scientific publications, the development of interdisciplinary research institute of modern scientific review and improvement of Russian science citation. KiberLeninka based on the paradigm of open science (Open Science). The presence of the journal “Bulletin KRASEC. Physical & Mathematical Sciences” in KiberLeninka ten times increase the visibility of your articles and increases the possibility of citation. Included in the top five (5 th) world of digital libraries in the degree of visibility materials
WorldCat — the world’s largest bibliographic database, comprising more than 240 million records of all kinds of works on the 470 languages of the world. Database created jointly by more than 72 thousand. Libraries in 170 countries within the OCLC organization.
EBSCO provides products and services to a great many libraries around the world. Its products include EBSCONET, a complete e-resource management system, and EBSCOhost, which provides a paid online research service with 375 full-text databases, a collection of over 600,000 e-books, subject indexes, point-of-care medical guides. , and an array of historical digital archives. In 2010, EBSCO introduced its EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) to institutions, which allows searches in magazines and journals.
Crossref (formerly CrossRef) is the official registration agency for Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) of the international DOI Foundation. It unites publishers of academic publications (journals, monographs, conference proceedings) and was created in 2000 to create a system of persistent bibliographic references in articles.
RADS – Russian Agency for Digital Standardization (RADS) is an organization that aims to standardize a huge number of scientific publications in Russia and the CIS. RACS contributes to the emergence in Russia and the CIS of the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) standard – a digital object identifier. The organization assigns DOIs to academic digital data to improve its recognition and subsequent citation. The data is hosted in the RACS repository and in a number of world databases supporting the OAI open access technology.
VINITI – Russian (formerly Union) Institute for Scientific and Technical Information of Russian Academy of Sciences (former USSR), was also in the office of the Ministry of Science, the Ministry of Industry of the USSR, the Russian Federation. Founded in 1952 as the Institute for Scientific Information. Throughout history, it was one of the largest centers of science in the USSR. Are published abstract journals, databases maintained by scientific publications in the Russian Federation and worldwide.