
A full listing of Turing's papers
The detailed listing is split between four webpages, corresponding to the four volumes of the Turing Collected Works.

Pure Mathematics
Each of the published papers is reproduced in the original form in this
volume of the Collected Works, together with an introduction,
summary, notes, and detailed checking by the editor J. L. Britton.
 On the Gaussian Error Function, King's College Fellowship
dissertation (1935).
This was never published. Only the Preface is reproduced in the
Collected Works.
Scan of complete original dissertation in the Turing Digital Archive
The Preface is given in printed form in the Impact volume, together with a substantial review of the thesis by Sandy L. Zabell.
 Equivalence of Left and Right Almost Periodicity, J.
London Math. Soc. 10, pp 284285 (1935)
Scan of an offprint in the Turing Digital Archive
 Finite Approximations to Lie Groups, Ann. of Math. 39 (1),
pp 105111 (1938)
Scan of an offprint in the Turing Digital Archive
 The Extensions of a Group, Compositio Math. 5, pp 357367
(1938)
 A Method for the Calculation of the ZetaFunction, Proc.
London Math. Soc. (2) pp 180197 (1943, submitted 1939)
Scan of an offprint in the Turing Digital Archive
Scan of Turing's blueprint for his zetafunction calculating machine, 1939, in Turing Digital Archive
 Roundingoff Errors in Matrix Processes, Quart. J. Mech.
Appl. Math. 1, pp 287308 (1948)
Scan of an offprint in the Turing Digital Archive
Typographically reset in the Impact volume, with substantial review by Lenore Blum.
 The Word problem in SemiGroups with Cancellation, Ann. of
Math. 52 (2), pp 491505 (1950)
Scan of an offprint in the Turing Digital Archive
Typographically reset in the Impact volume, with substantial review.
 Some Calculations of the Riemann Zetafunction, Proc.
London Math. Soc. (3) pp 99117 (1953)
Typographically reset in the Impact volume, with substantial review and annotation by Dennis Hejhal and Andrew Odlyzko.
 Solvable and Unsolvable Problems, Science News 31, pp 723
(1954)
is included in this volume of the Collected Works as well as in the Mechanical
Intelligence volume. See the previous page for details.
Typographically reset in the Impact volume, with substantial review and annotation.
In editing the unpublished work, J. L. Britton's difficulties were magnified by the illegibility and incompleteness of the manuscripts. The originals (with one
exception, a photocopy) are in the Turing Archive.
See this index page of the Turing Digital Archive for the scans of these manuscripts
 A Note on Normal Numbers. Here J. L. Britton has treated only Turing's typescript. A manuscript version also survives in the Turing Digital Archive, and is slightly different. Of particular interest is that it is written on the reverse side of pages of the typescript of his major paper 'On computable numbers...' (1936). Both manuscript and typescript are in the Turing Digital Archive.
Printed afresh in the Impact volume, with an important new review by Veronica Becher showing that Turing's work was almost correct.
 The Word Problem in Compact Groups
 On Permutation Groups
Also included in the Impact volume.
 The difference ψ(x)  x
 (with S. Skewes) On a Theorem of Littlewood
Typographically reset in the Impact volume, with substantial review and annotation.
Two further published papers by other authors, substantially the result of
completing Turing's work, are included in this volume of the
Collected Works:
 An Analysis of Turing's "The Word problem in Semigroups with
Cancellation", W. W. Boone, Ann. of Math. 67 (1) pp. 195202 (1958)
 On the Difference π(x)  li(x), A. M. Cohen and M. J. E.
Mayhew, Proc. Lond. Math. Soc. (3) 18, pp 691713 (1968)
There are further notes by Turing on game
theory in the Turing Archive, and also some on tensors and spinors, but these are not included in this
volume. Neither is the item headed Minimum cost sequential
analysis, which carries some of the content of the statistical
theory Turing developed for cryptanalysis. However the editor has included:
 Studies in the History of Probability and Statistics, XXXVII A.
M. Turing's statistical work in World War II, I. J. Good, Biometrika
66 (2) pp 393396 (1979)
 Introductory remarks for the article in Biometrika 66
(1979), I. J. Good, especially written for this volume.
An excerpt from the paper Minimum cost sequential
analysis appears in Part III of the Mathematical Logic volume of the Collected Works,
with a new commentary from I. J. Good.
The Alan Turing Bibliography:
