Banach Space Bulletin Board server has links to preprints of papers in Banach space theory and related fields and archives of messages that have been sent to all subscribers to the associated list. In addition, the Recent section lists the most recent papers that have been added to the archive. The archive itself is a subset of the functional analysis section of the math archive at Cornell (formerly at Los Alamos).
The Centre for Experimental & Constructive Mathematics is under the Department of Mathematics at Simon Fraser University.
The Preprints collection aims to cover as far as possible all the grey literature in particle physics and its related technologies. The collection contains something like 400,000 documents, out of which about 50% can be accessed electronically. The documents originate from a variety of institutes all over the world. The collection, currently available, starts in 1979 and it has a full coverage of the arXiv.org e-Print archive since its beginning in 1991.
Chemweb allows free searching of chemistry journals as well as reviewed chemistry Web sites. Free citations and abstracts, but you must pay for full text by subscription or "pay as you go."
ChemWeb.com provides access to the information chemists need to enhance their research, product development, self-development, education, and/or their businesses in Chemistry and related disciplines. Easy access to abstracts, papers, books, conferences, news, forums and the Alchemist newsletter makes ChemWeb.com useful to our members. If you are not a member - join now - membership is free and takes just a minute to register. Members have exclusive content access and can participate in the many ChemWeb community features.
As a registered user you can access the contents of the Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science Preprint Archives. After logging in, use the navigation bar to browse and search issues and articles, set up alerts and create your own profile.
Launched by the British Medical Journal and Highwire Press, this site provides a place for authors to archive their completed studies before, during, or after peer review by other agencies. It covers original research into clinical medicine and health and includes a warning that articles posted "have not yet been accepted for publication by a peer reviewed journal Casual readers should not act on their findings, and journalists should be wary of reporting them." It also has a list under Journal Policies of which journals will and will not accept submissions that have appeared on preprint servers.
eprintweb.org is an e-print service in the fields of physics, mathematics, non-linear science, computer science, and quantitative biology, and consists of e-print records which can be browsed and searched.
The Publications Office has taken care of scientific research results obtained by resident scientific staff and scientific visitors (associate members, staff associates and others) which have been published as preprints or reports until the year 2010. Some 10,000 articles in Applied Physics, Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics, Earth System Physics, High Energy, Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics and Mathematics, have been issued since 1964.
It's a preprint archives for papers in Jordan Theory and related areas.
K-theory preprint server run by Dan Grayson and Rick Jardine at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. You can read the abstract and download the preprints as pdf-, dvi- or postscript-file. There is also a calendar of K-theory events.
This preprint server is intended to be a forum of the recent development of the theory of Linear Algebraic Groups over Arbitrary Fields and its "Related Structures", like Azumaya Algebras, Algebras with Involutions, Brauer Groups, Quadratic and Hermitean Forms, Witt Rings, Lie and Jordan Algebras, Homogeneous Varieties.
This service provides a list of all registered papers on MCMC methodology currently submitted for publication.
This is a repository for information related to multigrid, multilevel, multiscale, aggregation, defect correction, and domain decomposition methods. These methods are used primarily by scientists and engineers to solve partial differential equations on serial or parallel computers.
MGNet is large. There are about 2,000 files in it. You may want to look at the index to get a general idea what is here. MGNet started out as an anonymous ftp site in 1991, but changed a few years later into a mirrored web site once the world wide web was invented.
mp_arc is an electronic archive for research papers in Mathematical Physics and related areas. This service, which is completely free to users, allows one to deposit papers in an electronic format over the web or by e-mail, to retrieve them in a variety of different ways, and to receive weekly updates.
MPRESS is a concept/installation to provide quality indexing of mathematical preprints (servers). It is in itself operated in a distributed way. It improves access to the full texts of preprints in mathematics by means of MetaData and provides comprehensi
MPRESS is a concept/installation to provide quality indexing of mathematical preprints (servers). It is in itself operated in a distributed way. It improves access to the full texts of preprints in mathematics by means of MetaData and provides comprehensive and easily searchable information on the preprints available.
Online since 1995, this server distributes technical reports in computer science. Searching and online access to full text is free.
particlez.org maintains an independent particle physics preprint repository p3a available to members of the organization for publishing the results of their research.
PhilSci-Archive, an electronic archive for preprints in the philosophy of science. It is offered as a free service to the philosophy of science community. The goal of the archive is to promote communication in the field by the rapid dissemination of new work.