The transition of zbMATH towards an open information platform for mathematics. II: A two-year progress report. (English) Zbl 1495.68242

Summary: Two years ago, we outlined in this column [the authors, Eur. Math. Soc. Newsl. 116, 44–47 (2020; Zbl 1448.68463)] the vision of zbMATH Open as an open service for mathematics research. Here we give a report of the achievements since then.


68V35 Digital mathematics libraries and repositories
01A61 History of mathematics in the 21st century
01A80 Sociology (and profession) of mathematics
68V30 Mathematical knowledge management


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[1] I. Brüggemann, K. Hulek and O. Teschke, Results of the 2016 EMS user survey for zbMATH. Eur. Math. Soc. Newsl. 104, 67-68 (2017) · Zbl 1372.68281
[2] H. S. Cohl, O. Teschke and M. Schubotz, Connecting islands: bridging zbMATH and DLMF with Scholix, a blueprint for con-necting expert knowledge systems. Eur. Math. Soc. Mag. 120, 66-67 (2021) · Zbl 1482.68272
[3] K. Hulek and O. Teschke, The transition of zbMATH towards an open information platform for mathematics. Eur. Math. Soc. Newsl. 116, 44-47 (2020) · Zbl 1448.68463
[4] P. Koushik, https://twitter.com/PraphullaK/status/ 1368190495676108800
[5] H. Mihaljević-Brandt and N. Roy, zbMATH author profiles: open up for user participation. Eur. Math. Soc. Newsl. 93, 53-55 (2014) · Zbl 1302.68304
[6] H. Mihaljević and L. Santamaría, Mathematics publications and authors’ gender: Learning from the Gender Gap in Science project. Eur. Math. Soc. Mag. 123, 34-38 (2022) · Zbl 1482.01046
[7] M. Petrera, D. Trautwein, I. Beckenbach, D. Ehsani, F. Müller, O. Teschke, B. Gipp and M. Schubotz, zbMATH Open: API solutions and research challenges. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Digital Infrastructures for Scholarly Content Objects (Online, 2021), edited by W.-T. Balke, A. de Waard, Y. Fu, B. Hua, J. Schneider, N. Song and X. Wang, CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 4-13 (2021)
[8] N. Schappacher, Framing global mathematics: The International Mathematical Union between theorems and politics. Springer, Cham (2022) · Zbl 1502.01009
[9] M. Schubotz and O. Teschke, zbMATH Open: Towards standardized machine interfaces to expose bibliographic metadata. Eur. Math. Soc. Mag. 119, 50-53 (2021) · Zbl 1482.68274
[10] M. Schubotz, O. Teschke, V. Stange, N. Meuschke and B. Gipp, Forms of plagiarism in digital mathematical libraries. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference of Intelligent Computer Mathematics, CICM 2019 (Prague, 2019), edited by C. Kaliszyk, Lect. Notes Comput. Sci. 11617, Springer, Cham, 258-274 (2019) · Zbl 1428.68358
[11] O. Teschke, The “Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik” as a part of zbMATH Open. Eur. Math. Soc. Mag. 122, 62-64 (2021) · Zbl 1483.68497
[12] O. Teschke, Identity of J. L. Rabinowitsch (of Rabinowitsch Trick). https://mathoverflow.net/questions/416577/identity-of-j-l-rabinowitsch-of-rabinowitsch-trick
[13] Klaus Hulek is professor of mathematics at Leibniz University Hannover and editor-in-chief of zbMATH Open. His field of research is algebraic geometry.
[14] Olaf Teschke is managing editor of zbMATH Open and vice-chair of the EMS Committee on publications and electronic dissemination. olaf.teschke@fiz-karlsruhe.de EMS MAGAZINE 125 (2022)
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