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Most (but not all) of the material of the papers that appeared in 2002 or before has been incorporated in my book, where it should easier to access. The new edition of the book (2010) should be easier still, and inocorporates large parts of the material developped after 2002.
The Sherrington Kirkpatrick model: a challenge for mathematicians, Probability and Related Fields 110, 1998, 109-176.
Rigourous results for the Hopfield model with many patterns, Probab. Th. Relat. Fields 110, 1998, 177-276.
Huge Random Structures and Mean Field Models for Spin Glasses, Proceedings of the Berlin international Congress of Mathematicians. Documenta Math., Extra Volume I, 1998.
Intersecting random half-cubes, Random Strucutres and Algorithms 14, 1999, 199-213.
Verres de Spin et optimisation combinatoire, Seminar Bourbaki, March 1999 (In French) Asterisque 266, 287-317, 2000.
Rigorous low temperature results for the p-spin mean field spin glass model, Probability Theory and Related Fields 117, 2000, 303-360.
Multiple levels of replica symmetry breaking, Probability Theory and Related Fields 117, 2000, 449-466.
The high temperature case of the K-sat problem, Probability Theory and Related Fields 119, 2001, 187-212.
Self averaging and the space of interactions in Neural Networks, Random Structures and Algorithms 14, 1998, 199-213.
Intersecting random half spaces:Towards the Gardner-Derrida preceptron formula, Ann. Probab. 28, 2000, 725-758.
Exponential inequalities and Replica Symmetry Breaking for the Sherrington-Kirkpatrick Model, Ann. Probab. 28, 2000, 1018-1062.
Exponential inequalities and convergence of moments in the replica-symmetric regime of the Hopfield model, Ann. Probab.38, 2000, 1393-1469.
Large deviation principles and generalized Sherrington- Kirkpatrick models, Ann. Fac. Sc. Toulouse 8, 2000, 203-244.
On the p-spin interaction model at low temperature, C. R. A. S. 331, 2000, 939-942.
On the Hopfield model at the critical temperature, Probab. Theor. Relat. Fields 121, 2001, 347-268.
Spin glasses:a new direction for probability theory ?, Mathematics towards the third millennium (Rome, 1999). Atti Accad. Naz. Lincei Cl. Sci. Fis. Mat. Natur. Rend. Lincei (9) Mat. Appl. 2000, Special Issue, 127-146.
On the high temperature region of the Sherrigton-Kirkpatrick model, Ann. Probab 30, 2002, 364-381.
On the Gaussian Perceptron at high temperature, Mathematical physics, Analysis and Geometry 5, 2002, 77-99.
Intersecting random half spaces with a cube, C.R.A.S. 334, 2002, 807-809.
Self organization in the low temperature region of a spin glass model, Reviews in Mathematical Physics 15, 2003, 1-78.
An assignement problem at high temperature, extended version of the paper with the same title in the Annals of Probability 21, 2003, 818-848.
On Guerra's broken replica-symmetry bound, C.R.A.S 337, 2003, 477-480.
Magnetization of the pure states in the p-spin interaction model, J. Internat. J. Modern Phys. B, 2004, 773-784.
On the distribution of the overlaps at given disorder (With G. Parisi), C.R.A.S. 339, 2004, 306-306.
The Parisi formula, Annals of Mathematics 163, no 1, 2006, 221-263. This result is announced in C.R.A.S. 337, 2003, 111-114.
Parisi measures, J. Funct. Anal. 231, no 2, 2006, 269-286.
Free energy of the spherical mean field model, Proba. Theor. Related Fields, 134, 2006, no. 3, 339-382.
Some obnoxious problems on spin glasses, Proceedings of the Monte Veritas conference, Lecture Notes in Math 1900, 2007, 63-80.
Large deviations, Guerra's and A.S.S. Schemes, and the Parisi hypothesis, J. Stat. Phys. 126, 2007, no. 4-5, 837-894.
On the overlap in the multiple spherical models (with D Panchenko), Ann. Probab. 35, 2007, no 6, 2321-2355.
A mean field model based on a 2 level preceptron J. Math. Phys. 49, 2008, no 12, 125212, 23 p.
A general form of certain mean field models for spin glasses, Probab. Theo. Related Fields 143, 2009, no 6, 77-11.
A Construction of pure states in mean field models for spin glasses, Probab. Theo. Related Fields 148, 2010, no. 3-4, 601–643.