There are two distinct collections of papers, corresponding to two periods in my career. The papers on physics have been written during my time as a PHD student in theoretical physics, at Eindhoven University of Technology, from april 1980 to july 1984. Of these papers only hard copies are available (if at all). Contact me if you are interested. The papers on computer science date from my employment as a university teacher (assistant professor) at the computer science department, also at Eindhoven University of Technology, from august 1984 to march 1997.
A JvdE number indicates a personal note, whereas a CSN number refers to a Technical Report in the series Computing Science Notes of the Department of Computing Science, Eindhoven University of Technology (reviewed by two peers). Contact the department secretary for more information or hard copies. Alternatively, you can contact me. For most papers zipped electronic versions are available on this site.
You may click on the ps links to download zipped postscript versions of the corresponding documents. Sorry, no (La)TeX or DVI, I don't like TeX. All source zip files contain a single postscript file, generated by the ChiWriter word processor (by Horstmann Software Design Corporation (C)). The code was accepted by a Qume QMS PS 810 postscript laser printer, but since it is supposed to be standard postscript it should print on any postscript printer (sometimes the header should be changed, ask you local guru). A flexible alternative, printing to any modern printer on most platforms, would be to use Ghostview (GSView). With that shareware application you can view the documents on screen and print to any printer you have installed.
If you happen to be a ChiWriter fan like I used to be, you may download the original
ChiWriter documents for viewing or printing by clicking the Chi links.
For most documents you will need to install my extended font sets for ChiWriter version 3 or version 4, in order to see the
extra math symbols I defined. Note that there exists a ChiWriter
to TeX converter.
The scientific products below were realized during my affiliation with the Open University of the Netherlands at Heerlen.
Last updated May 31st, 2006
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