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In theoretical physics, there are resources on the web that contain the most cited review papers in each field that are very valuable for some one doing research.

Is the same true in mathematical analysis? It seems that most textbooks in analysis are introductory. I want review papers in (for example the topic of asymptotic series, regularization etc). There are lots of advanced topics that are not in textbooks of analysis.

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Nowadays people put their papers on arxiv, and I guess the same is true for physists. Just search mathematical analysis and I am sure you can find some topics that are not covered in textbooks.

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Well, there are review papers in mathematics, but they are much less common and they do not play the same role that they play in physics (or in other sciences).

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