Library links

There are 3
types of publications in the library of the Institute
of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy:
- books
(except the 11 series below)
- collections:
- Asterisque
(SMF)
- Contemporary
Mathematics (AMS)
- Éléments de mathématique (Bourbaki)
- Encyclopaedia
of Mathematical Sciences (Springer)
- Geometry
and Topology Monographs (MSP)
- Lecture
Notes in Mathematics (Springer)
- Mémoires
de la SMF
- Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society
- Proceedings
of Symposia in Pure Mathematics (AMS)
- Publicaciones del Instituto de Matematica (Bahia Blanca, Argentina)
- Séminaire
Bourbaki (ENS)
- journals
The online
catalog does not take any diacritics. Use
a
for ă, s for ș, e
for é, etc.Log in to your library account to see what publications you have borrowed. You can also check there your borrowing history and your search history. When borrowing, please fill out the book card (Romanian: fișa cărții),
which you can find inside the book. If one does not
exist, please fill out
one of these.IMPORTANT: Publications can be borrowed only to your office inside the IMAR building. Upon request, you should be able to return a volume within one working day. You are
free to browse around the library, pick up and read
any library publications. If you are 100% sure you
know the exact position, you can return the book to
the shelf. Otherwise, please leave it on one of the
desks.
The library services are open to all employees of IMAR, as well as various guests: PhD students, invited researchers and professors, mathematicians collaborating with our researchers, former employees who continue mathematical activity. |
Links
to other libraries:WorldCat Librarian's resources: DDC summaries |

Some books have

Other books have *new
call number* (Romanian: *cotă nouă*), assigned
based on their Dewey
subject classification (DDC), for
example:

Eventually, all
books with old call numbers will be converted to new call
numbers. Think of Dewey classifications as (some 40,000)
rational points on the interval [0,1000). To understand the
general logic, please note this
list of a few of them. Mathematics is concentrated in
the subinterval [510,520), and, as of the latest, 23rd
edition, there are 375
classifications that you might want to look at in more
detail. DDC is suitable for classifying books, not
individual articles; for the latter purpose the 2010
Mathematics Subject Classification by the AMS
is the standard.