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[In this paper, the recent emergence of a professed “experimental” culture in mathematics during the past three decades is analysed based on an adaptation of Hans-Jörg Rheinberger’s notion of “experimental systems” that mesh into experimental cultures. In so doing, I approach the question of how distinct mathematical cultures can coexist and blend into a common understanding that allows for cultural convergence while preserving heterogeneity.]
Published: May 26, 2016
Keywords: Experimental mathematics; Computer-assisted mathematics; Experimental systems; Rheinberger; Convergent cultures; 00A30 (General: philosophy of mathematics); 01A60 (History and biography: 20th century); 01A61 (History and biography: twenty-first century)
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