Experimental Mathematics

Experimental Mathematics publishes formal results and conjectures inspired by experimentation, algorithms and software for mathematical exploration, and related surveys. Journal issues published after 2012 are not available in Euclid, but Euclid Prime subscribers may enjoy complimentary access to all prior content. Starting with Volume 22 (2013), Experimental Mathematics is being printed and distributed by Taylor & Francis.

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Generating Discrete Morse Functions from Point DataHenry King, Kevin Knudson, and Neža MramorVolume 14, Issue 4 (2005)
Computing the summation of the Möbius functionMarc Deléglise and Joöl RivatVolume 5, Issue 4 (1996)
Sampling on the Sierpinski GasketRichard Oberlin, Brian Street, and Robert S. StrichartzVolume 12, Number 4 (2003)
The tensor product of polynomialsRuth SchwingelVolume 8, Issue 4 (1999)
The Three-Dimensional Gauss Algorithm is Strongly Convergent Almost EverywhereD. M. HardcastleVolume 11, Issue 1 (2002)
  • ISSN: 1058-6458 (print), 1944-950X (electronic)
  • Publisher: A K Peters, Ltd.
  • Discipline(s): Computer Science, Mathematics
  • Full text available in Euclid: 1992 -- 2012
  • Access: Articles older than 5 years open
  • Euclid URL: http://projecteuclid.org/em