Electronic copies of almost all my papers are available on my publications web site as PDF files.
- If your browser does not automatically display these files, you may need some additional software. I emphatically do not recommend Adobe Reader, which is an insanely slow memory-hog; there are many faster, more lightweight alternatives. I use Skim, which has some nice annotation tools, but Preview (built into Mac OS X) works fine.
- Papers created before abot 2004 are also available as gzipped PostScript files . Those papers were created with latex→dvips→ps2pdf instad of the more modern pdflatex.
- PDF files created before about 2000 contain bitmapped fonts, which causes display problems with some PDF viewers, and which makes text searching and copying impossible.
On the individual pages for most papers, I also include pointers to "official" electronic versions on their publishers' web sites. (See the copyright notice.) Some form of payment or subscription (by you or by your institution) is usually required to access these files. For a few of my earlier papers, the publisher-provided electronic versions are low-quality scans of hardcopy papers; in particular, crucial features like shading and thin or dotted lines are missing from some figures. Caveat emptor!
Over the next several months I expect to add links to DOIs for each paper directly on the summary page.