Mathematics Subject Classification Linked Wiki Version 0.1 Alpha 1

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The Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC) has undergone a general revision, with some additions and changes, and corrections of existing errors, thus creating MSC2010 as a successor to the previous MSC2000. Mathematical Reviews (MR) and Zentralblatt für Mathematik (Zbl) have carefully considered all feedback and used it in preparing their joint MSC revision. The Final MSC2010 revision was made public here in May 2009, and deployed in production in July 2009 by Zbl for ZMATH and MR for MathSciNet.

This Mathematics Subject Classification Linked Wiki (MSCLW) pressents the effort of implementing the Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC2010) as a Linked Open Dataset using SKOS - Simple Knowledge Organization System.

Using the Mathematics Subject Classification Linked Wiki (MSCLW) you can simple query sparql the MSC/SKOS in a page of the MSCLW with the remote SPARQL endpoint of msc. You can also build (and share) a widget mediawiki and print the result of your query in your widget.


Navigate through the classification:
MSC 2010 Top Concepts

SPARQL Endpoint

The dataset can be queried via a SPARQL endpoint. At the moment it is driven by 4store.

MSC Classification SPARQL endpoint

Contributing Persons and Organisations

The project started in 2011. It is maintained by the following organisations:

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Main contributors to MSC/SKOS (ordered alphabetically):

1Web Science program, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2Mathematical Reviews, American Mathematical Society
3Jacobs University Bremen
4University of Bremen
5Zentralblatt Math


A supports project management and issue tracking MSC2010/SKOS site

MSC2010 Info

Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.

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