15 respected journals of applied and industrial mathematics will add to depth and breadth of research
August 24, 2011 (ANN ARBOR, Mich.) — ProQuest has signed an agreement with the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) to distribute its highly respected publications to libraries around the world. The society’s 15 peer-reviewed journals — including such acclaimed publications as SIAM Review, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems and others — will be available in a wide variety of scientific and technology databases, enabling the content to be cross-searched with the library’s complete ProQuest collection.
“Our goal at SIAM is to spread knowledge of new mathematical methods and techniques to professionals who can apply them to advance science, business and society,” said David K. Marshall, publisher of SIAM’s journals. “That means finding and working with distribution partners who are committed to not only broad discovery, but those who support researchers with powerful tools for working with content. We believe ProQuest excels at this.”
SIAM’s journals are renowned for their ability to convey useful mathematical knowledge to those who then implement this emerging research for practical, industrial, or scientific use. Distribution via ProQuest means SIAM’s publications will be accessible in a powerful, end-to-end research experience that fuels innovation. A library’s ProQuest holdings are unified in a single search, streamlining and broadening discovery, enabling faster, deeper dives into multiple content sources and types. Further, ProQuest’s deep indexing technology will enable discovery of SIAM content that resides in charts and graphs, moving beyond text alone. ProQuest’s Deep indexing system, which was awarded a U.S. patent in the last year, is among the platform’s selection of sophisticated tools that accelerate discovery and content management, enabling users to more easily manipulate, share and even create content.
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