More Mathematics Archives in DjVu
[2006-03-13] The archive of the Indiana University Mathematics Journal are provided in DjVu and PDF. Click on the link, type in a year (say 1956) and get all the papers. This site at University of Rennes in France has mathematics books and papers by Galois, Gauss, Klein, Lagrange, and Riemann in DjVu. They were converted by Prof. Antoine Chambert-Loir from original scans at the Bibliotheque Nationale de France). Other demonstrations that DjVu is ideal for mathematical publications: Vladimir Lotov's page at the Sobolev Institute, Ken Brown's page at Cornell University, and Alberto Candel's page at California State University, Northridge. When Scientific books go out of print, some publishers return the copyright to the author. Frank Kelly kindly made his book Reversibility and Stochastic Networks available in DjVu. The Grodno State University in Belarus has several math and biology books in DjVu, but you need to register to see them.