On Thu, Feb 09, 2006 at 08:49:24PM -0500, Stephen Paul King wrote:
> 
> *
> @Article{Seznec-Sendrier03,
>  author =   {Andr\'e Seznec and Nicolas Sendrier},
>  title =   {{HAVEGE}: A user-level software heuristic for generating 
> empirically strong random numbers},
>  journal =   {{ACM} Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation},
>  year =   2003,
>  volume =  13,
>  pages =  {334--346}
> }
> 
> 
> 
> @
> @InProceedings{Jakobsson-etal98,
>  author =   {Jakobsson, M. and Shriver, E. and Hillyer, E. and Juels, A.},
>  title =   {A Practical Secure Physical Random Bit Generator},
>  booktitle =  {Proceedings of the 5th {ACM} Conference on Computer and 
> Communications Security},
>  pages =  {103--111},
>  year =  1998,
>  address =  {San Francisco},
>  month =  {November}
> }
> 
> **
> [SPK]
> 
>    Any of these available online free, to non-academics like me?
> **
> snip
> 
> Onward!
> 
> Stephen 

Yes, I believe so, as I think I read them. Do a Google search on the
paper titles...

If they really are copy protected, I can probably get a copy for you through
my (fading) UNSW connection.

Cheers

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