International Center for Scientific Research

International Center for Scientific Research

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The international gateway to science

In the CIRS website, you will find : links towards scientific societies, research institutes, laboratories and universities all over the world wide web; a directory of researchers, sorted by topic ; a selection of scientific awards, journals, reference books, libraries & scientific bookshops. All the major scientific disciplines are covered : life sciences, earth sciences, physics, mathematics, astronomy, chemistry, archaeology, anthropology, medicine and technology.

Academic institutions

Center for PersonKommunikation

Institute of Parasitology

Department of Chemistry

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Researchers and scientists

Archaeology / VAN DER MERWE, NIKOLAAS J.

Landon T. Clay Professor of Scientific Archaeology, Harvard University.

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Academic and research journals

Australasian Journal of Combinatorics / Mathematics

Australasian Journal of Combinatorics

Overview :
The Australasian Journal of Combinatorics is an international journal which publishes original research papers in all branches of combinatorics. We also consider timely survey articles and short expository pieces. All papers are fully refereed. Submission of a manuscript to the Australasian Journal of Combinatorics implies that the paper has not been published elsewhere, is not currently submitted for publication elsewhere, and, if accepted by the Journal, will not also be published elsewhere. The Australasian Journal of Combinatorics began publication in 1990. Since 2005, three volumes have been published annually.

ISSN :
1034-4942 (paper) / 2202-3518 (electronic).

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Key figures

33 690 Academic institutions
900 Researchers and scientists
6 230 Academic and research journals
2 800 Prizes and awards
2 120 Reference books
3 490 Academic libraries
370 Bookshops

Reference books

  • Handbook of Mathematical Functions.
    ABRAMOWITZ and STEGUN

 

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