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Volume 120, issue 5, May 2010 of Stochastic Processes and Their Applications is freely available. This is a special issue in tribute to Professor Kiyosi Itô (September 7, 1915-November 10, 2008) who "was one of the most influential mathematicians of the 20th century."
Note: "In Process" titles may still be REQUESTED so the book will be held for you when it is available. You may also be interested in browsing an alternative listings of new books, by broad call number areas.
In June, we will be reviewing and revising our book collecting profiles for the books that come in automatically under various subject, publisher, and format parameters. Of course, we will continue to buy books and ebooks on request as well. If there are subject areas where you believe we are buying too many or too few books, this would be an excellent time to discuss these issues with your library liaison faculty member, Brian Blank, or your subject librarian, Ruth Lewis, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 935-4819.
Foreign students and postdocs may be interested in knowing about some of the World Newspapers available from WU Libraries. Our newly acquired PressDisplay file may be especially useful. PressDisplay includes more than 1000 newspapers from 82 countries in 39 languages. Usually only the most current 60 days are available on a rolling file basis
Last month I told you about the Ebook Pilot Project. Initially there was a fair amount of interest from math folks. Here's what will happen next:
Almost all the ebl records will be removed from the catalog after the semester is over. If there are titles you have read on short term loan and want the library to own, please "borrow" them again once or twice to ensure they will be purchased or send the titles to me as soon as possible. Records for items that we actually purchased will remain; WUSTL key info will still be required to access those ebooks. Data from this experiment will be examined over the summer. Your comments about this are still needed. Send them to Ruth Lewis [email: email@example.com]. Thank you.