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Mathematical, Information, and Computer Sciences Research: Reference Sources

Credo Reference: Mathematics & Statistics

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Credo Reference helps you start your mathematics research with dictionaries of terminology, overviews and histories of core ideas in mathematics, and profiles of key mathematicians.

Why Use Reference Books?

Reference sources provide background information, an overview of a topic, specialized vocabulary and terminology, and critical concepts.  They're often a great starting point.  The Library has reference materials both online and in print.

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Examples of Reference Sources on Mathematical, Information, and Computer Sciences

Ryan Library has many subject encyclopedias and dictionaries in the area of Mathematical, Information, and Computer Sciences. Here are just a few examples: