This page lists some sources for books on the Web. There are a few electronic books already available, but the primary sources remain the publishers whether fully commercial or university publishers; in addition, book dealers can provide out-of-print and antiquarian material. Of course, libraries are the most important resource for the literature of mathematics.

## Directories of books available on the Internet

- AMS Books Online [by Author; by Subject]
- Cornell University Historical Math Monographs Collection [576 titles]
- The On-line Books Page (University of Pennsylvania [formerly at Carnegie Mellon U]) [over 14,000 titles]
- Mathematical Monographs – The Electronic Library of Mathematics [5 of their titles are listed below under Individual Titles with the mark (ELM)]

## Electronic Books

### Online Proceedings

- ACM Conference Proceedings
- Electronic Proceedings in Mathematics at EMIS
- ESAIM: Proceedings
- Proceedings of Conferences – Electronic Journal of Differential Equations
- Topology Atlas Proceedings
- Mathematical Conference Proceedings – The Electronic Library of Mathematics
- Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Differential Geometry and Its Applications — Opava, 1992
- Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Differential Geometry and Applications — Brno, 1995
- Surgery and Geometric Topology — Sakado, 1996
- Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Approximation and Optimization in the Caribbean — Puebla, 1995
- Function Spaces, Differential Operators and Nonlinear Analysis — Paseky na Jizerou, 1995
- Nonlinear Analysis, Function Spaces and Applications. Vol. 5 — Prague, 1994
- Proceedings of the Meeting on Quaternionic Structures in Mathematics and Physics — Trieste, 1994
- Proceedings of the XIV C.E.D.Y.A./IV C.M.A. — Vic, 1995
- Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians — ICM 1998 Berlin
- The International Conference on Secondary Calculus and Cohomological Physics — Moscow, 1997
- Proceedings of the 1st International Meeting on Geometry and Topology — Braga, 1997

### Electronic Series

- Applied Sciences Monographs
*(to appear)* - Geometry and Topology Monographs (Geometry and Topology Publications)
- Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science [or after volume 90 Elsevier’s page]
- Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics (with Elsevier from volume 14)
- Monographs – Electronic Journal of Differential Equations
- Lecture Notes – Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity
- Monographs – Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity
- Theses – Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity

### Individual Titles

- Analysis of Functions of a Single Variable, by Larry Baggett [The author in MathSciNet]
- Basic Concepts of Mathematics, by Elias Zakon [The author in MathSciNet]
- Favorite Mathematical Constants, by Steven Finch [The author in MathSciNet]
- Functional Analysis, by Larry Baggett [The author in MathSciNet]
- Fundamentals of Model Theory, by William Weiss and Cherie D’Mello [The author Weiss in MathSciNet]
- A Gentle Introduction to Category Theory, by Maarten M. Fokkinga [The author in MathSciNet]
- Introduction to Tensor Calculus and Continuum Mechanics, by John H. Heinbockel [The author in MathSciNet]
- Introduction to Real Analysis [Pearson Education, 2003, now electronic too], by William F. Trench [The author in MathSciNet]
- Invariance Theory, the Heat Equation, and the Atiyah-Singer Index Theorem, by Peter B. Gilkey (ELM) [The author in MathSciNet]
- Moduli Spaces in Algebraic Geometry, edited by L. Goettsche [The author in MathSciNet]
- Natural operations in differential geometry, by Ivan Kolar, Jan Slovak and Peter W. Michor (ELM) [The author in MathSciNet]
- Practical Foundations of Mathematics, by Paul Taylor [The author in MathSciNet]
- Probability Theory: The Logic of Science, by E. T. Jaynes [The author in MathSciNet]

see Probability Theory As Extended Logic page - A Problem Course in Mathematical Logic, by Stefan Bilaniuk [The author in MathSciNet]
- Real Analysis, by Bert G. Wachsmuth [The author in MathSciNet]
- Russian – English in writing. Advice to the occasional translator, by S. S. Kutateladze (ELM) [The author in MathSciNet]
- Space Methods for Partial Differential Equations, by R.E. Showalter [The author in MathSciNet]
- Spinors, Spectral Geometry, and Riemannian Submersions, by Peter B. Gilkey, John V. Leahy and Jeonghyeong Park (ELM) [The authors in MathSciNet: Gilkey; Leahy; Park]
- Symmetry and Ornament, by Slavik V. Jablan (ELM) [The author in MathSciNet]
- Topology Without Tears, by Sidney A. Morris [The author in MathSciNet]