From time to time I have to scan a paper that is not yet available in electronic form. I decided to share these scans on this page. All files are in the bilevel bitmap PDF format. If you are the author of one of these papers and do not want it to be on this page, please email me and I will remove it.

Visiting Scholars' Lectures—1987. Texas Tech University Mathematics Series No. 15 (1988). Contents:

- Dennis Burke, Miami University.
- The normal Moore space problem.
- Robert Guralnick, University of Southern California.
- Matrices and representations over rings of analytic functions and other one-dimensional rings.
- William H. Gustafson, Texas Tech University and Klaus W. Roggenkamp, Universität Stuttgart.
- Automorphisms and Picard groups for hereditary orders.
- Peter Henrici, University of North Carolina and Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.
- Product theorems for formal hypergeometric series.
- Paul R. Halmos, Santa Clara University.
- Fifty years of linear algebra: a personal reminiscence.
- Onésimo Hernández-Lerma, Centro de Investigación del I.P.N.
- Controlled Markov processes: recent results on approximation and adaptive control.
- Richard S. Varga, Kent State University.
- Scientific computation on some mathematical conjectures.
- Michael S. Waterman, University of Southern California.
- Mathematical results for mapping DNA.

John C. Moore. Algebraic Homotopy Theory. Princeton lecture notes, 1956. Processed from a scan by Greg Friedman, with substantial cleanup.

Michael Atiyah. Global theory of elliptic operators. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Functional Analysis, Tokyo. University of Tokyo Press (1969), 21–30.

Dieter Puppe. On the stable homotopy category. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Topology and its Applications (Budva, 1972), 200–212. Belgrade, 1973.

Dietmar Bisch. Bimodules, higher relative commutants and the fusion algebra associated to a subfactor. Fields Institute Communications 13 (1997).

Hideki Kosaki. Index theory for operator algebras. Sugaku Expositions 4 (1991), 177–197.

Richard H. Herman, Adrian Ocneanu. Index theory and Galois theory for infinite index inclusions of factors. Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences [Série I. Mathématique] 309 (1989), 923–927.

Jacques Dixmier. Sur certains espaces considérés par M. H. Stone. Summa Brasiliensis Mathematicae 2, (1951), 151–182.

David P. Blecher. On selfdual Hilbert modules. Fields Institute Communications 13 (1997).

Colin E. Sutherland, Masamichi Takesaki. Right inverse of the module of approximately finite dimensional factors of type III and approximately finite ergodic principal measured groupoids. Fields Institute Communications 20 (1998).

Marc A. Rieffel. Morita equivalence for C*-algebras and W*-algebras. Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 5 (1974), 51–96. Remark: This paper is also available elsewhere in much lower quality, therefore I decided to scan it myself. To allow for convenient printing I did not cut pages into halves.

Carlo Cecchini. On two definitions of measurable and locally measurable operators. Bollettino della Unione Matematica Italiana. Sezione A [Serie V] 15 (1978), 526–534.

Alain Guichardet. Sur la catégorie des algèbres de von Neumann. Bulletin des Sciences mathématiques 90 (1966), 41–64.

Tony Falcone.
L^{2}-von Neumann modules, their relative tensor products and the spatial derivative.
Illinois Journal of Mathematics 44 (2000), 407–437.

Uffe Haagerup.
L^{p}-spaces associated with an arbitrary von Neumann algebra.
Algèbres d'opérateurs et leurs applications en physique mathématique.
Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 274, 175–184.

Marianne Terp.
L^{p} Fourier transformation on non-unimodular locally compact groups.
Københavns Universitet, Matematisk Institut, Preprint, 1980.
The original copy was kindly provided by David Sherman.
Also available at Google Books (if you can access it): lxAhcgAACAAJ.

Hideki Kosaki.
Canonical L^{p}-spaces associated with an arbitrary abstract von Neumann algebra.
Thesis, UCLA, 1980.

Tôzirô Ogasawara, Kyôichi Yoshinaga. A non-commutative theory of integration for operators. Journal of Science of the Hiroshima University [Series A] 18 (1955), 311–347.

Tôzirô Ogasawara, Kyôichi Yoshinaga. Extension of #-application to unbounded operators. Journal of Science of the Hiroshima University [Series A] 19 (1955), 273–299.

Gilles Pisier, Quanhua Xu.
Non-commutative L^{p}-spaces.
Chapter 34 of Handbook of the geometry of Banach spaces, volume 2.
Remark: This paper became available elsewhere in a nonscanned version
after this version appeared here.