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American Mathematical Society

The American Mathematical Society or AMS is dedicated to the interests of mathematical research and education, which it does with various publications and conferences as well as annual monetary awards to mathematicians. It was founded in 1888, the brainchild of Thomas Fiske[?] who was impressed by the London Mathematical Society[?] on a visit to England.

The AMS is an advocate of the typesetting programme TeX, insisting that contributions be written in it and producing its own version, AMS-TeX.

Publications:

  • General
    • Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society - published quarterly,
    • Electronic Research Announcements of the American Mathematical Society - online only,
    • Journal of the American Mathematical Society - published quarterly,
    • Notices of the American Mathematical Society - published monthly, one of the most widely read mathematical periodicals,
    • Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society - published monthly,
    • Transactions of the American Mathematical Society - published monthly,
  • Subject-specific
    • Mathematics of Computation - published quarterly,
    • Conformal Geometry and Dynamics - online only,
    • Representation Theory - online only.

See also: Mathematical Association of America

External Link The AMS website (http://www.ams.org)



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