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The American Mathematical Society is an association of professional mathematicians dedicated to the interests of mathematical research and scholarship, and serves the national and international community through its publications, meetings, advocacy and other programs.
- also known as 美國數學學會
- written works: "On the ideal structure of operator algebras", "A crash course on Kleinian groups", "The Boston colloquium lectures on mathematics delivered from September 2 to 5, 1903 ..", "Symbolic Dynamics and Its Applications", "A manual for authors of mathematical papers", "Russian-English vocabulary", "Number theory and analysis", "Summary of lectures and seminars", "1980 Mathematics subject classification", "PROCEEDINGS OF SYMPOSIA IN PURE MATHEMATICS", "Semicentennial publications", "Math Sci User's Guide", "The Princeton colloquium", "Mathfile User's Guide", "1973-1974 directory of women mathematicians", "Combined Membership List, 1997-1998", "The Cambridge Colloquium, 1916", "AMS(MOS) subject classification scheme (1970)", "Membership: American Mathematical Society", "AMS author handbook"
- official website: www.ams.org
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by Kiyosi Itô
The success of the first edition owed much to the kind assistance given by the American Mathematical Society. As described in the preface, the members of our Society have taken responsibility for compiling this new edition. We hope that it will ...
by Kylie Peppler
Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society. Kaplan, E., & Kaplan, R. (2007). Out of the labyrinth: Setting mathematics free. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. The Math ...
by Alwyn Scott
11, Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society and London: London Mathematical Society Birkhoff, G.D. 1927. Dynamical Systems,Providence, RI: American Mathematical ...
by John A. N. Lee, J. A. N. Lee
chairman, Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences; vice president , American Mathematical Society (AMS); vice president, American Academy of Arts ...
Society was reorganized as the American Mathematical Society, July, 1894. Object— To encourage and maintain an active interest in and to promote the advancement of mathematical science.
Harper's encyclopaedia of United States history from 458 A. D. to 1909, based upon the plan of Benson John Lossing (1905)
by Benson John Lossing, Woodrow Wilson
American Mathematical Society. — New York City. Membership, 375. The society publishes two journals. American Medical Association. — Publishes a weekly journal. Membership over 11,000.
American Mathematical Society. Meetings held at ...
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