All-Russian Mathematical Portal

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The All-Russian Mathematical Portal is a web portal that provides extensive access to all aspects of Russian mathematics, including journals, organizations, conferences, articles, videos, libraries, software, and people.[1][2] The portal is a joint project of the Steklov Mathematical Institute and the Russian Academy of Sciences. Access to information in the portal is generally free, except for the full-text sources of certain publications which have elected to make their content available on a fee basis.[3]

As of 2012, the All-Russian Mathematical Portal contains links to 81 periodicals, 3744 organizations, over 100,000 scientific articles, and over 49,000 people. The website can be read in either Russian or English. As a standard default, it renders on-screen mathematics using MathJax.[3]

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  1. ^ Zhizhchenko, Aleksei B.; Izaak, Aleksandr D. (2008), "The information system math-net.ru. Application of contemporary technologies in the scientific work of mathematicians", Russian Mathematical Surveys 62: 943, doi:10.1070/RM2007v062n05ABEH004455 .
  2. ^ Zhizhchenko, Aleksei B.; Izaak, Aleksandr D. (2009), "The information system math-net.ru. Current state and prospects. The impact factors of Russian mathematics journals", Russian Mathematical Surveys 64: 775, doi:10.1070/RM2009v064n04ABEH004638 .
  3. ^ a b "About this project". All-Russian Mathematical Portal. Retrieved 7 Oct 2012. 

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