Matematicheskii Sbornik

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Matematicheskii Sbornik (Russian: Математический сборник, abbreviated Mat. Sb.) is a peer reviewed Russian mathematical journal founded by the Moscow Mathematical Society in 1866.[1] It is the oldest successful Russian mathematical journal.[2] The English translation is Sbornik: Mathematics. It is also sometimes cited under the alternative name Izdavaemyi Moskovskim Matematicheskim Obshchestvom or its French translation Recueil mathématique de la Société mathématique de Moscou,[3] but the name Recueil mathématique is also used for an unrelated journal, Mathesis. Yet another name, Sovetskii Matematiceskii Sbornik, was listed in a statement in the journal in 1931 apologizing for the former editorship of Dmitri Egorov, who had been recently discredited for his religious views; however, this name was never actually used by the journal.[4]

The first editor of the journal was Nikolai Brashman, who died before its first issue (dedicated to his memory) was published.[5] Its current editor-in-chief is Boris Sergeevich Kashin.[6]

Selected articles[edit]

Notable articles published in Matematicheskii Sbornik have included:

English translation[edit]

From 1967 to 1993 (volumes 1-74) the English version was titled Mathematics of the USSR. Sbornik (ISSN 0025-5734).

Since 1993 (volumes 75-) it has been titled Sbornik. Mathematics and abbreviated Sb. Math. (ISSN 1064-5616).

From 1995 the translation has been published jointly by the London Mathematical Society, Turpion Ltd,[8] and the Russian Academy of Sciences. The volume numbering was also changed and now follows the Russian original journal Matematicheskii Sbornik.

Impact[edit]

As of 2012, the impact factor of Sb. Math. in Journal Citation Reports is 0.595, giving it a rank of 136 among 296 mathematics journals.[9] Alternatively, mathnet.ru calculates its impact factor for 2012 as 0.912.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cooke, Roger L. (2011), The History of Mathematics: A Brief Course (2nd ed.), John Wiley & Sons, p. 73, ISBN 9781118030240 .
  2. ^ Demidov, Serguei (1993), "La revue Matematicheskii Sbornik dans les années 1866-1935", in Ausejo Martínez, Elena; Hormigón Blánquez, Mariano, Messengers of mathematics: European mathematical journals (1800-1946) (in French), Siglo XXI de España Editores, pp. 235–256, ISBN 9788432308024, "Elle est la doyenne des revues mathématiques russes; toutes les tentatives antérieures relatives à la fondation d'une revue mathématique n'ayant pas été couronnées de succès." 
  3. ^ Worldcat entry for Mat. Sbornik, retrieved 2013-10-28.
  4. ^ Shields, Allen (1989), "Years Ago: Egorov and Luzin, Part 2", Mathematical Intelligencer 11 (2): 5–8, doi:10.1007/BF03023816 . Reprinted in Sinai, Yakov G., ed. (2003), Russian Mathematicians in the 20th Century, World Scientific, pp. 67–70, ISBN 9789812383853 .
  5. ^ O'Connor, John J.; Robertson, Edmund F., "Moscow Mathematical Society", MacTutor History of Mathematics archive, University of St Andrews .
  6. ^ a b Matematicheskii Sbornik at mathnet.ru, retrieved 2013-10-31.
  7. ^ Saloff-Coste, Laurent (2009), "Sobolev inequalities in familiar and unfamiliar settings", Sobolev spaces in mathematics. I, Int. Math. Ser. (N. Y.) 8, New York: Springer, pp. 299–343, doi:10.1007/978-0-387-85648-3_11, MR 2508847 .
  8. ^ Sbornik. Mathematics at Turpion Ltd, retrieved 2013-10-31.
  9. ^ Journal Citation Reports, accessed 2013-10-31.