The zbMATH Citation Matcher tries to match citation strings – as found, e.g., in references of research articles –
with zbMATH entries. The algorithm first tries to determine which parts of the citation string correspond to authors' names,
article title, etc. The resulting structured information is then matched against the zbMATH database.
Paste here your raw citation string. Matching documents will be displayed in the Results area. Tick the LaTeX
checkbox for slightly better results in case your input string is encoded in LaTeX (e.g. if the author's name is given as
Schr\"odinger instead of Schrödinger).
You can improve search results by supplying citation information in a structured fashion. When filled out, the fields here
will take precedence over the Citation Text string.
Each search result gets assigned a matching score that is a measure of how well it matches the query. Results are displayed
if they have a matching score of 5 or higher. Scores of 8 and above are generally trustworthy, everything in between should
be subjected to manual verification.