To search a collection of over 18,000 documents on mathematics and statistics servers across the Web, enter one or more ``phrases'', then start the search.

Note that most of the material is concerned with research-level and university mathematics.

Each ``phrase'' should be an (unordered) set of one or more words which you would hope to see occurring together in the same sentence in documents returned by the search. Words you would like to see in the same document but not necessarily in the same sentence should be put in different phrases.

The search process attempts to find documents containing all your phrases, but it may also provide links to searches for fewer phrases provided the number of documents involved is not too large.

Words are reduced to a stem by removal of common suffices before searching is performed, so in general you need not worry about singular versus plural and other grammatical distinctions. Overly frequent words and stems are ignored. The search is not case-sensitive.

For each document matched, the following are reported:

There is a partial description of how the index information was collected.

Phrase 1:
Phrase 2:
Phrase 3:
Phrase 4:


JSR, Sydney Mathematics and Statistics, 16 Mar 1995