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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

E-books of Don Knuth’s The Art of Computer Programming

In spring 2013, Pear­son (Ad­dis­on-Wes­ley) con­trac­ted MSP to pre­pare PDF e-book ver­sions of the volumes of Don­ald E. Knuth’s mas­ter­piece, The Art of Com­puter Pro­gram­ming. MSP pre­pares faith­ful hy­per­linked PDF ver­sions, while Pear­son con­verts them to ePUB and oth­er formats.

We are thrilled to col­lab­or­ate with world-class sci­entif­ic pub­lish­er MSP to cre­ate di­git­al rep­licas worthy of the ca­non­ic­al volumes which Don­ald Knuth has con­trib­uted to the dis­cip­line of com­puter sci­ence over the past five dec­ades. Fans of Knuth have been ask­ing for di­git­al ver­sions of these clas­sic works for a long time, and we are pleased to have fi­nally found a part­ner cap­able of de­liv­er­ing the level of qual­ity these books de­serve.

Mark Taub  (Ed­it­or-in-Chief, Pear­son Tech­no­logy Group)

EditFlow adopted by CUP’s Forum of Mathematics, Pi and Sigma

Start­ing with fall 2013, the two new gold open ac­cess journ­als, For­um of Math­em­at­ics, Pi and For­um of Math­em­at­ics, Sigma, both pub­lished by Cam­bridge Uni­versity Press, will use our Ed­it­Flow® soft­ware to man­age their sub­mis­sions and peer re­view.

EditFlow adopted by IP’s Mathematical Research Letters

In sum­mer 2013, the pres­ti­gi­ous journ­al Math­em­at­ic­al Re­search Let­ters, pub­lished by In­ter­na­tion­al Press of Bo­ston, ad­op­ted Ed­it­Flow®, our peer-re­view man­age­ment plat­form.

Publishing the Journal of Software for Algebra and Geometry

Start­ing in 2014, the Journ­al of Soft­ware for Al­gebra and Geo­metry will be pub­lished by MSP, us­ing Ed­it­Flow® and our pro­duc­tion and host­ing ser­vices. JSAG is a dia­mond open ac­cess journ­al (free to read, free to pub­lish).

Website for the Institute of Mathematical Statistics’ Scientific Legacy Project

Start­ing in fall 2013, the In­sti­tute of Math­em­at­ic­al Stat­ist­ics will use our Pro­Cel­eb­ra­tio™ con­tent-man­age­ment sys­tem to host a web­site hon­or­ing the Fel­lows of the IMS and oth­er dis­tin­guished sci­ent­ists, as part of the IMS’s Sci­entif­ic Leg­acy pro­ject.

Proceedings of ANTS X

The pro­ceed­ings of the tenth meet­ing (San Diego, 2012) of the pres­ti­gi­ous bi­en­ni­al Al­gorithmic Num­ber The­ory Sym­posi­um have been pub­lished by MSP as volume 1 of our new open-ac­cess col­lec­tion, The Open Book Series™.