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Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society

(Bull. Amer. Math. Soc.)

Publisher: American Mathematical Society


Dates

Started publication: $1891$
(current)

Featured Articles

$1891$ – $1902$: Bulletin of the New York Mathematical Society

  • 1898: James P. PierpontEarly history of Galois' theory of equations (Vol. 4no. 7: 332 – 340)
  • 1900: James P. PierpontMathematical instruction in France (Vol. 6no. 6: 225 – 249)


$1903$ – $1978$: Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society

  • 1904: James P. PierpontThe history of mathematics in the nineteenth century (Vol. 11no. 3: 136 – 159)
  • 1910: R.D. CarmichaelNote on a New Number Theory Function (Vol. 16: 232 – 238)
  • 1914: Edward KasnerThe Ratio of the Arc to the Chord of an Analytic Curve Need Not Be Unity (Vol. 20no. 10: 524 – 531)
  • 1925: H.S. CarslawA historical note on Gibbs' phenomenon in Fourier's series and integrals (Vol. 31: 420 – 424)
  • 1926: James P. PierpontSome modern views of space (the Gibbs lecture for 1925) (Vol. 32no. 3: 225 – 258)
  • 1927: A.H. CopelandNote on the Fourier development of continuous functions (Vol. 33no. 6: 689 – 692)
  • 1928: James P. PierpontMathematical rigor, past and present (Vol. 34no. 1: 23 – 52)
  • 1930: James P. PierpontNon-euclidean geometry, a retrospect (Vol. 36no. 2: 66 – 76)
  • 1934: J.C.C. McKinseyA reduction in number of the postulates for C. I. Lewis' system of strict implication (Vol. 40: 425 – 427)
  • 1934: R.E. PowersNote on a Mersenne Number (Vol. 40: 883)
  • 1935: J.C.C. McKinseyOn the independence of undefined ideas (Vol. 41: 291 – 297)
  • 1935: Aubrey KempnerOn the Complex Roots of Algebraic Equations (Vol. 41no. 12: 809 – 843)
  • 1936: J.C.C. McKinseyReducible Boolean functions (Vol. 42: 263 – 267)
  • 1936: A.H. CopelandA mixture theorem for nonconservative mechanical systems (Vol. 42no. 12: 895 – 900)
  • 1939: Øystein OreJames Pierpont — In memoriam (Vol. 45no. 7: 481 – 486)
  • 1941: Rufus P. IsaacsThe Finite Differences of Polygenic Functions (Vol. 47: 444 – 448)
  • 1937: A.H. CopelandA new definition of a Stieltjes integral (Vol. 43: 581 – 588)
  • 1946: H.S. UhlerNote on the Mersenne numbers $M_{157}$ and $M_{167}$ (Vol. 52: 178)
  • 1948: A.S. CahnThe Warehouse Problem (abstract) (Vol. 54: 1073)
  • 1952: J.C.C. McKinseySome notions and problems of game theory (Vol. 58: 591 – 611)
  • 1953: Emil ArtinBourbaki: Éléments de mathématique (Review) (Vol. 59: 474 – 479)
  • 1955: Kurt Otto FriedrichsAsymptotic phenomena in mathematical physics (Vol. 61no. 6: 485 – 504)
  • 1960: R.J. Aumann and B. PelegVon Neumann-Morgenstern Solutions to Cooperative Games without Side Payments (Vol. 66: 173 – 179)
  • 1969: René ThomEnsembles et morphismes stratifiés (Vol. 75: 240 – 284)
  • 1969: Daniel Gray QuillenOn the formal group laws of unoriented and complex cobordism theory (Vol. 75: 1293 – 1298)


$1979$ (current): Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society -- New Series

  • 1982: William ThurstonThree-dimensional manifolds, Kleinian groups and hyperbolic geometry (Vol. 6: 357 – 381)
  • 1988: William ThurstonOn the geometry and dynamics of diffeomorphisms of surfaces (Vol. 19no. 2: 417 – 431)
  • 1994: William ThurstonOn proof and progress in mathematics (Vol. 30: 161 – 177)
  • 2005: Andrew James GranvilleIt is easy to determine whether a given integer is prime (Vol. 42no. 1: 3 – 38)
  • 2005: John C. BaezErrata for "The Octonions" (Vol. 42: 213)