The goal of the Mathdoc Digital Mathematics Library is to make the bigest possible part of the mathematical corpus available from the same place, with the best possible metadata to facilitate searching, and interoperate with relevant infrastructures. The system is based on

The main expected benefit of this work is to move ahead: an entirely new technology behind, a worldwide scope. Our main target audience is the working mathematician, always struggling to find a source for published references they gather from database searches, citations or colleagues' hints. We try to make it easy to search a still highly fragmented, heterogeneous corpus.


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