2000 Mathematics Subject Classification
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The Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC) is a system used to
categorize items covered by Mathematical Reviews and Zentralblatt
für Mathematik. Typically revised every five or ten years, the current
classification system was introduced in 2000. The MSC is broken down into over
5,000 two-, three-, and five-digit classifications, each corresponding to a
discipline of mathematics (e.g., 62 = Statistics; 62N = Engineering
statistics; 62N10 = Quality control).
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