The field of mathematics is known to be especially challenging from a bibliometric point of view. Its bibliographic metrics are especially sensitive to distortions and are heavily influenced by the subject and its popularity. Therefore, quantitative methods are prone to misrepresentations, and need to take subject information into account. In this paper we investigate how the mathematical bibliography of the abstracting and reviewing service Zentralblatt MATH (zbMATH) could further benefit from the inclusion of mathematical subject information MSC2010. Furthermore, the mappings of MSC2010 to Linked Open Data resources have been upgraded and extended to also benefit from semantic information provided by DBpedia.