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Manuscript deadline
31 December 2020

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Experimental Mathematics

Special Issue Editor(s)

Alex Kontorovich, Rutgers University
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Special Issue on Interactive Theorem Proving in Mathematics Research

Experimental Mathematics publishes original papers featuring rigorously-proved results inspired by experimentation, conjectures suggested by experiments, and data supporting significant hypotheses. The journal was founded in the belief that theory and experiment feed on each other, and that the mathematical community stands to benefit from a more complete exposure to the experimental process.
This Special Issue intends to highlight recent progress on formalizing modern mathematics in Interactive Theorem Proving systems (Lean, Coq, Isabelle/HOL, etc), with the hope that such eventually become useful everyday tools for the working mathematician, as computer algebra systems are today. The journal aims to publish reports on the formalization of mathematics of great interest and importance to professional mathematicians, together with a repository for the formalized proofs.

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Deadline for submission: Dec 31st, 2020
There are no explicit page limits
Submissions will follow the journal's standard and rigorous refereeing process for quality, depth, and originality

Any code must be extensively documented with comments that make it readable by a professional mathematician with little formalization experience

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