Publications
This is not a complete list of things I've written, but it should be
a complete list of work I've published and/or had cited by other
authors.
Where the published form has differed from the submitted form (for example,
by the addition of journal headers), the files linked below are the
"official" format of the papers whenever possible.

Colin Percival, PiHex: The quadrillionth bit of Pi is zero,
manuscript, 2000, available at
http://oldweb.cecm.sfu.ca/projects/pihex/.

Colin Percival, Rapid multiplication modulo the sum and
difference of highly composite numbers, Mathematics of Computation,
Volume 72, Number 241, Pages 387395, 2002.

Peter Borwein, Petr Lisonek, and Colin Percival,
Computational investigations of the ProuhetTarryEscott problem,
Mathematics of Computation, Volume 72, Number 244, Pages 20632070, 2002.

Colin Percival, Naive differences of executable
code, http://www.daemonology.net/bsdiff/, 2003.
(NB: While the above is not a published paper, it should be considered
the canonical reference for BSDiff 4.)

Colin Percival, An Automated binary security update
system for FreeBSD, Proc. BSDCon '03, Pages 2934, 2003.

Colin Percival, Cache missing for fun and
profit, presented at BSDCan '05, May 2005.
Conference presentation slides in: OpenOffice,
PDF formats.
Superseded by:
Colin Percival, Cache missing for fun and
profit, October 2005.

Richard Brent, Colin Percival, and Paul Zimmermann,
Error bounds on complex floatingpoint
multiplication, Mathematics of Computation, to appear.
Slides for presentation at Simon Fraser University / University
of Calgary / Dalhousie University "Coast to Coast Conference on
Mathematics of Computation" in: PDF format.

Aaron Bradford, Michael Monagan, and Colin Percival,
Integer Factorization and Computing Discrete
Logarithms in Maple, Maple Conference 2006, to appear.
(NB: My contribution was the section about integer factorization.)

Colin Percival, Coding by Contract:
Why the Fine Print Matters, presented at BSDCan '06, May 2006.
Conference presentation slides in: OpenOffice,
PDF formats.

Colin Percival, Matching with Mismatches and
Assorted Applications, D.Phil. thesis, 2006.

Colin Percival, Stronger Key Derivation via
Sequential MemoryHard Functions, presented at BSDCan '09,
May 2009.
Conference presentation slides in: PDF
format.