"More than a decade in the making, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has updated its 1964 classic, Handbook of Mathematical Functions, and made it available online as the National Digital Library of Mathematical Functions. The original Handbook is the world’s foremost math handbook for scholars, researchers, and engineers and the most-cited of all NIST’s publications. Watch the video (2:58)"
"All of the mathematical information contained in the Handbook is also contained in the DLMF, along with additional features such as more graphics, expanded tables, and higher members of some families of formulas." Do you think we need to buy the paper version also? Please comment or contact Ruth Lewis. Thank you.