http://www.experimentalmath.info

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This website is a repository of information on experimental and computer-assisted mathematics. It is operated by

- David H. Bailey, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, and University of California, Davis (DHB website)
- Jonathan M. Borwein, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia (JMB website)

- 12 Mar 2014: An article by Bailey and Borwein, entitled "Pi day is upon us again, and we still do not know if pi is normal," has appeared in the
*American Mathematical Monthly*. A preprint copy is available here. - 23 Oct 2013: Bailey and Borwein, together with Marcos Lopez de Prado and Qiji Jim Zhu, launched a website and blog devoted to financial mathematics. The site includes papers, news and a blog, where financial mathematics and related issues are discussed. The objective is to help readers distinguish between mathematically sound techniques of and the unfortunately much larger body of highly questionable methods that sadly pervade the finance community and financial news. For details, see Financial Math site.
- 25 Jul 2013: An article by Bailey and Jon Borwein, together with Andrew Mattingly and Glenn Wightwick of IBM Australia, has appeared in the Notices of the American Mathematical Society. The article is featured on the cover of the August 2013 issue, which can be seen here.
- 4 Mar 2013: Bailey was quoted in Quanta (the Simons Foundation news column) and in a Wired news report on the increasingly complexity of mathematical and scientific computation, and the need for reproducibility in the field.
- 1 Jan 2013: The article "Closed Forms: What They Are and Why We Care," co-authored by Jonathan Borwein and the late Richard E. Crandall, appeared in the
*Notices of the American Mathematical Society*. The PDF of the article is available Here. - 20 Dec 2012: Our colleague Richard Crandall unexpectedly passed away from leukemia. A brief summary of Crandall's remarkable career is available in our Math Drudge article.
- 20 Nov 2012: The Bailey-Borwein Huffington Post article on the age of the Earth has been read at least 250,000 times (extrapolating from 2500 "Likes").
- 1 Feb 2012: A new book, "Exploratory experimentation in mathematics: Selected Works," with papers by Bailey and Borwein has been published -- see Books.

All material is copyrighted by David H. Bailey and Jonathan M. Borwein (c) 2014.

For details on the authors' books on experimental mathematics, see Books