### Review

Experimental mathematics is here to stay. The reader who wants to get an introduction to this exciting approach to doing mathematics can do no better than [this book]. --Notices, American Mathematical Society

Let me cut to the chase: every mathematics library requires a copy of this book. Every supervisor of higher degree students requires a copy on their shelf. Welcome to the rich world of computer-supported mathematics! --Mathematical Reviews

You are going to learn more math (experimental or otherwise). Not only that, you will learn by osmosis how to become an experimental mathematician. --American Scientist

Let me cut to the chase: every mathematics library requires a copy of this book. Every supervisor of higher degree students requires a copy on their shelf. Welcome to the rich world of computer-supported mathematics! --Mathematical Reviews

You are going to learn more math (experimental or otherwise). Not only that, you will learn by osmosis how to become an experimental mathematician. --American Scientist

### About the Author

Jonathan M. Borwein, Dalhousie University, Canada; University of Newcastle, Australia. David H. Bailey, Chief Technologist, Computational Research Dept.Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Together, Borwein and Bailey have written Mathematics by Experiment, Experimentation in Mathematics, Experimental Mathematics in Action, and Experiments in Mathematics CD.