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MSP is fo­cused on de­vel­op­ing soft­ware for pub­lish­ing, and on as­sist­ing and cre­at­ing top-level sci­entif­ic-re­search pub­lic­a­tions. We pub­lish more than 17,000 pages per year, and we strive to of­fer the highest qual­ity at the low­est sus­tain­able prices. We are a green open ac­cess pub­lish­er.

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New Notification System: PubliCast™

We have re­cently launched Pub­liCast, a ser­vice that no­ti­fies read­ers of new re­search art­icles that we pub­lish. You can opt to be no­ti­fied by email when we pub­lish an art­icle in a sub­ject cat­egory of your choice, or in an MSP journ­al of your choice, or even when MSP pub­lishes an art­icle that cites your work. Please sign up at pub­licast.msp.org.

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New Journal:  Annals of K-Theory

In­ten­ded to be the premi­er journ­al in K-the­ory and re­lated areas, the An­nals of K-The­ory is a new journ­al owned by the K-The­ory Found­a­tion and pub­lished by MSP. Led by a pres­ti­gi­ous ed­it­or­i­al board, AKT is ac­cept­ing sub­mis­sions now, will be­gin pub­lish­ing on­line in mid-2015, and start selling sub­scrip­tions for 2016.

EMS+MSP Joint Subscriptions Package

The European Math­em­at­ic­al So­ci­ety Pub­lish­ing House and MSP are pleased to an­nounce that, be­gin­ning with the 2016 sub­scrip­tion sea­son, we will of­fer the EMS+MSP Joint Pack­age — a bundle com­bin­ing, at a nice dis­count, the journ­als pub­lished by the EMS with the math­em­at­ics journ­als owned by MSP and the new An­nals of K-The­ory.

We are hop­ing that many more high-qual­ity in­de­pend­ent and non­profit journ­als will de­cide to join this pack­age in the years ahead. We be­lieve that, to re­main com­pet­it­ive in a cli­mate of in­creas­ing con­sol­id­a­tion of com­mer­cial aca­dem­ic pub­lish­ing and Big Deal bundles, small non­profit and in­de­pend­ent pub­lish­ers and pub­lic­a­tions need to col­lab­or­ate, pool their as­sets and mar­ket­ing re­sources, and in par­tic­u­lar of­fer an at­tract­ive bundle of their own.

E-book of The Art of Computer Programming, volume 4 fascicle 6

Pear­son (Ad­dis­on-Wes­ley) has con­trac­ted MSP to pre­pare a PDF e-book of the brand-new seg­ment of Don­ald E. Knuth’s mas­ter­piece, The Art of Com­puter Pro­gram­ming, namely the “middle-third of volume 4B”, called volume 4 fas­cicle 6: Sat­is­fiab­il­ity. MSP pre­pares faith­ful hy­per­linked PDF ver­sions, while Pear­son con­verts them to EPUB and oth­er formats.

Pre­vi­ously, MSP had pro­duced PDF e-book ver­sions of the oth­er volumes of The Art of Com­puter Pro­gram­ming: vol. 1: Fun­da­ment­al Al­gorithmsvol. 1 fasc. 1: MMIX: A RISC Com­puter for the New Mil­len­ni­umvol. 2: Semi­n­u­mer­ic­al Al­gorithms,   vol. 3: Sort­ing and Search­ing  and  vol. 4A: Com­bin­at­or­i­al Al­gorithms (Part 1). MSP had also pro­duced a PDF e-book for Con­crete Math­em­at­ics: A Found­a­tion for Com­puter Sci­ence, by Ron­ald Gra­ham, Don­ald Knuth, and Oren Pa­ta­sh­nik.

MSP’s Rob Kirby receives SLA-PAM Division Award

The Spe­cial Lib­rar­ies As­so­ci­ation have honored Rob Kirby, the chief ex­ec­ut­ive of MSP, with their 2013 Phys­ics-As­tro­nomy-Math­em­at­ics Di­vi­sion Award:

Dr. Kirby’s sig­ni­fic­ant con­tri­bu­tions with MSP be­ne­fit lib­rar­ies and en­hance the abil­ity of lib­rar­i­ans to provide ser­vice, and im­prove the ex­change of in­form­a­tion.

Cita­tion for the 2013 SLA-PAM Di­vi­sion Award