Lecture Notes in Mathematics
Lecture Notes in Mathematics is a book series in the field of mathematics, including articles related to both research and teaching. It was established in 1964 and was edited by A. Dold, Heidelberg and B. Eckmann, Zürich. Its publisher is Springer Science+Business Media (formerly Springer-Verlag).
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The intent of the series is to publish not only lecture notes, but results from seminars and conferences, more quickly than the several-years-long process of publishing polished journal papers in mathematics. In order to speed the publication process, early volumes of the series (before electronic publishing) were reproduced photographically from typewritten manuscripts. According to Earl Taft it has been "enormously successful" and "is considered a very valuable service to the mathematical community".
- Taft, Earl J. (1978), "Editing a photographically reproduced journal", in Balaban, Miriam (ed.), Scientific Information Transfer: The Editor's Role (Proceedings of the First International Conference of Scientific Editors, April 24–29, 1977, Jerusalem), Springer, pp. 25–27, doi:10.1007/978-94-009-9863-6_4, ISBN 978-94-009-9865-0. See in particular p. 26.
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