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About Zentralblatt MATH


Zentralblatt MATH (ZMATH) is the world’s most complete and longest running abstracting and reviewing service in pure and applied mathematics. Founded in 1931, ZMATH now contains more than 2 million entries drawn from more than 2,300 serials and journals and covers the period from 1868 to the present due to the recent integration of the Jahrbuch database (JFM). All entries are classified according to the Mathematics Subject Classification Scheme (MSC 2000). The online database grows by approximately 80,000 reviews per year.

ZMATH has fully integrated the digitized Zentralblatt MATH Jahrbuch data covering the period 1868–1942. The data of the Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik (JFM) has been re-keyboarded, re-edited with comments, title translations and MSC classifications within the Electronic Research Archive for Mathematics (ERAM) project.

JFM contains approximately 200,000 entries that are included in the ZMATH database providing a worldwide unique access to the mathematical literature published.


Scientists and researchers have continual, simultaneous access, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to valuable research and information. The powerful and comprehensive database fosters the navigation of mathematics literature by direct links to the full text of current and retro-digitized articles. Users of SpringerLink (mathematical oriented journals) can seamlessly jump back and forth from full text to review.

ZMATH covers the entire spectrum of mathematics including:

  • Probability
  • Pure Mathematics
  • Mathematical Physics
  • Classical, Solid and Fluid Mechanics
  • Numerical Mathematics
  • Mathematical Programming
  • Theoretical Computer Science
  • Automata Theory
  • Systems Theory
  • Control
  • Operations Research
  • Economics
  • Information and Communication
  • Circuits
  • Coding
  • Cryptography
  • Applications in Biology, Chemistry
  • Sociology and Psychology