2000 Main Mathematics Subject Classification

00General
01History and biography
03Mathematical logic and foundations
05Combinatorics
06Order, lattices, ordered algebraic structures
08General algebraic systems
11Number theory
12Field theory and polynomials
13Commutative rings and algebras
14Algebraic geometry
15Linear and multilinear algebra; matrix theory
16Associative rings and algebras
17Nonassociative rings and algebras
18Category theory; homological algebra
19K-theory
20Group theory and generalizations
22Topological groups, Lie groups
26Real functions
28Measure and integration
30Functions of a complex variable
31Potential theory
32Several complex variables and analytic spaces
33Special functions
34Ordinary differential equations
35Partial differential equations
37Dynamical systems and ergodic theory
39Difference and functional equations
40Sequences, series, summability
41Approximations and expansions
42Fourier analysis
43Abstract harmonic analysis
44Integral transforms, operational calculus
45Integral equations
46Functional analysis
47Operator theory
49Calculus of variations and optimal control; optimization
51Geometry
52Convex and discrete geometry
53Differential geometry
54General topology
55Algebraic topology
57Manifolds and cell complexes
58Global analysis, analysis on manifolds
60Probability theory and stochastic processes
62Statistics
65Numerical analysis
68Computer science
70Mechanics of particles and systems
74Mechanics of deformable solids
76Fluid mechanics
78Optics, electromagnetic theory
80Classical thermodynamics, heat transfer
81Quantum theory
82Statistical mechanics, structure of matter
83Relativity and gravitational theory
85Astronomy and astrophysics
86Geophysics
90Operations research, mathematical programming
91Game theory, economics, social and behavioral sciences
92Biology and other natural sciences
93Systems theory; control
94Information and communication, circuits
97Mathematics education

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