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Bailey, David H.; Borwein, Jonathan M.; Broadhurst, David and Zudilin, Wadim (2010). Experimental mathematics and mathematical physics. In: Amdeberhan, Tewodros; Medina, Luis A. and Moll, Victor H. eds. Gems in Experimental Mathematics. Contemporary Mathematics, 517. Providence, RI, USA: American Mathematical Society, pp. 41–58.

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Broadhurst, David and Zudilin, Wadim (2019). A Magnetic Double Integral. Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society, 107(1) pp. 9–25.

Blümlein, J.; Broadhurst, D. J. and Vermaseren, J. A. M. (2010). The multiple zeta value data mine. Computer Physics Communications, 181(3) pp. 582–625.

Broadhurst, David J. and Davydychev, Andrei I. (2010). Exponential suppression with four legs and an infinity of loops. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements, 205-206, pp. 326–330.

Bailey, D.H.; Borwein, J.M.; Broadhurst, D. and Glasser, M.I. (2008). Elliptic integral evaluations of Bessel moments and applications. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical, 41

Broadhurst, D. J.; Kataev, A. L. and Maxwell, C. J. (2004). Comparison of the Gottfried and Adler sum rules within the large-N_c expansion. Physics Letters B, 590(1-2) pp. 76–85.

Borwein, Jonathan M.; Bradey, David M.; Broadhurst, David J. and Lisonek, Petr (2001). Special values of multiple polylogarithms. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 353(3) pp. 907–941.

Borwein, Jonathan Michael; Broadhurst, David J. and Kamnitzer, Joel (2001). Central binomial sums, multiple Clausen values, and zeta valuse. Experimental Mathematics, 10(1) pp. 25–34.

Bailey, David H. and Broadhurst, David J. (2001). Parallel integer relation detection: techniques and applications. Mathematics of Computation, 70(236) pp. 1719–1736.

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