The European Digital Mathematics Library
- Project Identification
- Project Period
- 2/2010 - 1/2013
- Investor / Pogramme / Project type
- European Union
- MU Faculty or unit
- Faculty of Informatics
- Other MU Faculty/Unit
- Institute of Computer Science
- Project Website
- digital mathematics library, mathematical scientific papers, digitisation
- Cooperating Organization
Institute of Mathematics of the ASCR, v. v. i.
National Center for Scientific Research
University of Birmingham
University of Ioannina
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Université Joseph Fourier
Universidade Técnica de Lisboa
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Made Media Ltd.
Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior
Edition Diffusion Presse Sciences
The European Digital Mathematics Library strives to make the significant corpus of mathematics scholarship published in Europe available online, in the form of an authoritative and enduring digital collection, developed and curated by a network of institutions.
National efforts have led to the digitisation of large quantities of mathematical literature, primarily by partners in this project.
Publishers produce new material that needs to be archived safely over the long term, made more visible, usable, and interoperable with the legacy corpus on which it settles. In EuDML, these partners will join together with leading technology providers in constructing the Europe-wide interconnections between their collections to create a document network as integrated and trans-national as the discipline of mathematics itself. They will future-proof their work by providing the organisational and technical infrastructure to accommodate new collections and mathematically rich metadata formats, and will work towards truly open access for the whole European Community to this foundational resource, thereby retaining Europe's leadership in the provision, accessibility and exploitation of electronic mathematical content.
EuDML will design and build a collaborative digital library service that will collate the currently distributed content by the diversity of providers. This will be achieved by implementing a single access platform for heterogeneous and multilingual collections. The network of documents will be constructed by merging and augmenting the information available about each document from each collection, and matching documents and references across the entire combined library. In return for this added value, the rights holders agree to a moving wall policy to secure eventual open access to their full texts.
Total number of publications: 93