Modernized access point to EULER in test phase
The EULER-TAKEUP project has released a new, enhanced version
of the EULER Search Engine in July 2002.
The new EULER Engine comes with a complete re-design of the user
interface, inspired by other popular and easy to use
general purpose search engines,
and a new, speed-optimized retrieval machinery in the background.
Currently, the database consists of test sets of varying size.
Test data are provided by
Zentralblatt MATH, the longest running indexing and
abstracting service in pure and applied mathematics;
Library of the Dutch national research center for mathematics and computer science;
Universita degli Studi di Firenze,
mathematical library holdings of the Florence University;
"Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik",
Electronic Research Archive for Mathematics (ERAM) 1886 - 1942;
Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen,
the German special collection library for pure mathematics.
More to be added soon.
Modernized access point to EULER
Search basics, Results elements
Fully control your search
How to exploit all features
Provider Fact Sheets
Databases, Libraries, Publishers, ...
Engine Fact Sheet
Origin, Features, Description...
Dublin Core, Extensions, ...
Publishers' Catalogue Exposition, Sponsored Links, ...
Aims and Mission Statement, Participants
to join EULER
Consortium Members, Associated Partners
Description, Aims, Partners, ...
Background info on 1998-2000