Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

DML-CZ is the Czech Digital Mathematics Library created in order to digitize, preserve and make easily accessible the major part of mathematical literature that has been published in the Czech lands since the 19th century. See the About DML-CZ for more details.
DML-CZ presents papers from selected mathematics journals, proceedings and monographs published by Czech institutions converted to the digital form. The number of documents available in the DML-CZ is gradually increasing. Click on the Browse-Collections link on the DML-CZ home page to check currently available collections.
Full texts as well as metadata of all objects presented in the DML-CZ are freely available supposing the Condition of Use are respected.
The DML-CZ resulted from the project no. 1ET200190513 (2005-2009) supported by the Czech Academy of Sciences in the R&D programme Information Society. The project has been accomplished from 1st January 2005 to 31st December 2009 by five teams from academic institutions. A number of Charles University and Masaryk University undergraduate and graduate students were involved as well.
The DML-CZ is operated by the Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences with the technical assistance of the Institute of Computer Science of the Masaryk University.
Though the DML-CZ research project itself has been accomplished (see the final report) the development and completion of the DML-CZ continues using the created tools and processes. New documents are being continuously supplied such as new journal issues, digitized books, proceedings and other material (e.g. life-work archives of eminent Czech mathematicians). Content of the DML-CZ is harvested by the European Digital Mathematics Library EuDML.
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