One great tip I learned today: when doing literature review, it is very easy to use the PACS number to find the group of papers together under one PACS number. For example, I found a paper:

@ARTICLE{Winzer-accuracy-error-propagation-ratios-of-rv-2000,

author = {Peter J. Winzer},

collaboration = {},

title = {Accuracy of error propagation exemplified with ratios of random variables},

publisher = {AIP},

year = {2000},

journal = {Review of Scientific Instruments},

volume = {71},

number = {3},

pages = {1447-1454},

}

This paper is from a different area than my own, but its PACS number provides really good information on related topics:

* 06.20.Dk

Metrology, measurements, and laboratory procedures Metrology Measurement and error theory

* 02.30.Mv

Mathematical methods in physics Function theory, analysis Approximations and expansions

* 02.50.Cw

Mathematical methods in physics Probability theory, stochastic processes, and statistics Probability theory

Follow the first PACS link (06.20.Dk), I found the following list of publications very useful:

http://scitation.aip.org/vsearch/servlet/VerityServlet?KEY=FREESR&search=Search&smode=results&possible1=06.20.Dk&possible1zone=article&bool1=and

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