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Subject: ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software

ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software

http://gams.nist.gov/toms/Overview.html

The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS) is to
communicate important research results concerning the development,
evaluation and use of mathematical computer programs. In addition, TOMS
publishes machine-readable computer software which is incorporated into the
Collected Algorithms of the ACM. TOMS seeks contributions of lasting value
in which technical quality is high, relevance to significant computations is
high, interest and novelty is high, and presentation is effective. (ACM
was founded as Association for Computing Machinery, but review of their
web pages shows they apparently today use the acronym to the exclusion of
the full title of the organization.)

The online version includes complete bibliographic information for each
article included in the print journal along with an abstract and hypertext
links to sites for downloading of software used in the article. Past issues
dating back to the first volume; March 1975 are online and available for
viewing of abstracts. Single articles may be purchased through Article
Express International, dds@work4u.artx.com or annual subscriptions are also
available.

Also available on this site is a list of Mathematical Software Resources.

Contact: Ronald F. Boisvert
Email: boisvert@nist.gov

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