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 (retired), and University of California, Davis (DHB website)

**Books**. Bailey and Jonathan Borwein (now deceased) have authored numerous books on mathematical and scientific computation. For details on the authors' books on experimental mathematics, see:

**Disclaimer and copyright**. Material on this site is provided for research purposes only and does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the author's institutions or any other organization. All material is copyrighted by David H. Bailey (c) 2016.**Financial Mathematics website and blog**. Bailey, together with his colleagues Marcos Lopez de Prado of Guggenheim Partners and Qiji Jim Zhu of Western Michigan University, have recently written a series of papers in mathematical finance, with the objective of helping researchers and investors distinguish mathematically sound techniques from the unfortunately much larger body of questionable techniques that sadly pervade the finance community and financial news. Here is a website with additional information:**Commercial sites**. For a list of websites of numerous commercial firms that offer mathematical software and (free) online tools, see the Commercial site page:**Institutional sites**. For a list of websites of mathematical societies and journals in the general area of experimental and computational mathematics, see the Institutional site page:

**Math Scholar blog**. The new "Math Scholar" blog is now online. It contains essays, philosophical musings, interesting quotes and exercises, all in the realm of mathematics, computing and scientific research. New items are posted on average every two weeks.**News**. For some recent news articles in the general area of mathematics, computing, science and finance, see the News page:

**Non-commercial software and tools**. For a list of websites of non-commercial organizations that offer mathematical software and (free) online tools, see the Non-commercial site page:

**Other sites of interest**. For a list of numerous other websites with interesting and useful information relevant to mathematics in general and computational mathematics in particular, see the Other site page:**Software**. For some freely downloadable software for experimental math research, see the Software page: