I've posted a variety below of the important papers of Murray GellMann (b. 1929, his bio via Nobel.org is here) as they appear in Murray GellMann, Selected Papers, and published by World Scientific in 2010. Each has a link to the original paper. [Source: Google Books]
Following this is a repost of the full list of publications by GellMann as presented on the website of the Santa Fe Institute. All I've done here is copy the somewhatdifficulttoread text into a table to differentiate the entries and make it a friendlier document (for me, at least). Again, this is solely the work of those at the Santa Fe Insitute.

Quantum Electrodynamics at Small Distances with F E Low Phys Rev 95 1954 13001312
1955
Behavior of Neutral Particles under Charge Conjugation with A Pais Phys Rev 97 1955 13871389
1958
Theory of the Fermi Interaction with R P Feynman Phys Rev 109 1958 193198
1962
Symmetries of Baryons and Mesons Phys Rev 125 1962 10671084
1964
A Schematic Model of Baryons and Mesons Phys Lett 8 1964 214215
1967
1968
Strangeness J de Physique C8 1982 395408
1998
Essays in Honor of Victor Frederick Weisskopf SpringerVerlag 1998 pp 109121
2007
Collected Works of Murray GellMann, via the Santa Fe Institute

1. 1951 Bound States in Quantum Field Theory (with F.E. Low), Phys. Rev. B84, 350 (1951). PDF 
2.On the Damping of Virtual NucleonPair Formation in Pseudoscalar Meson Theory (with K.A. Brueckner and M.L. Goldberger), Phys. Rev. 90, 476 (1953). PDF 
3 Consequences of Charge Independence for Nuclear Reactions Involving Photons (with V.L. Telegdi), Phys. Rev. 91, 169 (1953).livepage.apple.com MGM 3.pdf 
4 Formal Theory of Scattering (with M.L. Goldberger), Phys. Rev. 91, 398 (1953). PDF 
5.Istopic Spin and New Unstable Particles, Phys. Rev. 92, 833834 (1953). PDF 
6.The Giant Nuclear Dipole Resonance (with M. Ferentz and D. Pines), Phys. Rev. 92, 836 (1953). PDF 
7.Quantum Electrodynamics at Small Distances (with F.E. Low), Phys. Rev. 95, 1300 (1954). PDF 
8.Use of Causality Conditions in Quantum Theory (with M.L. Goldberger and W. E. Thirring), Phys. Rev. 95, 1612 (1954). PDF 
9.The Scattering of Low Energy Photons by Particles of Spin 1/2 (with M.L. Goldberger), Phys. Rev. 96, 1433 (1954). PDF 
10.On the Scattering of Rays by Protons (with M.L. Goldberger), The proceedings of the 1954 Glasgow Conference on Nuclear Physics and Mesons, pp. 267271 (1954). PDF 
11.Theoretical Views on the New Particles (with A. Pais), Proceedings of the Glasgow International Conference on Nuclear Physics, pp. 342350 (1954). PDF 
12.The Interactions between PiMesons and Nucleons (with K.M. Watson), Annual Reviews of Nuclear Science, pp. 219270 (1954). PDF 
13.The Behavior of Neutral Particles Under Charge Conjugation (with A. Pais), Phys. Rev. 97, 1387 (1955). PDF 
14.The Interpretation of the New Particles as Displaced Charged Multiplets, Nuovo Cimento Suppl. 4, 848 (1956). PDF 
15.High Energy Nuclear Physics, Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Rochester Conference, April 37, 1956, edited by J. Ballam, V.L. Fitch, T. Fulton, K. Huang, R.R. Tao, S.B. Treiman, Interscience Publishers, New York 1956, Part I, pgs III30 – III36 PDF 
16.High Energy Nuclear Physics, Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Rochester Conference, April 37, 1956, edited by J. Ballam, V.L. Fitch, T. Fulton, K. Huang, R.R. Tao, S.B. Treiman, Interscience Publishers, New York 1956, Part II, VIII–25 – VIII29. PDF 
17.Change of Isotopic Spin in the K2 Decay, Nuovo Cimento 5, 758 (1957). PDF 
18.Correlation Energy of an Electron Gas at High Density (with K.A. Brueckner), Phys. Rev. 106, 364 (1957). PDF 
19.Specific Heat of a Degenerate Electron Gas at High Density (with K.A. Brueckner), Phys. Rev. 106, 369 (1957). PDF 
20.Model of Strong Couplings, Phys. Rev. 106, 1296 (1957). PDF 
21.Hyperons and Heavy Mesons (Systematics and Decay), (with A.H. Rosenfeld), Annual Reviews of Nuclear Science, pp. 407478 (1957). PDF 
22.Elementary Particles (with E.P. Rosenbaum), Scientific American (July 1957), pp. 7286. PDF 
23.Theory of the Fermi Interaction (with R.P. Feynman), Phys. Rev. 109, 193 (1958). PDF 
24.Test of the Nature of the Vector Interaction in Decay, Phys. Rev. 111, 362 (1958). PDF 
25.Problems of the Strange Particles (with R.P. Feynman), Proceedings of the 2nd Geneva Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy (1958). (PDF not available) 
26.Electromagnetic Corrections to the B12  N12 Spectrum Ratio (with S.M. Berman), Phys. Rev. Lett. 3, 99 (1959). PDF 
27.Status of Weak Interactions, Rev. Mod. Phys. 31, 834 (1959). PDF 
28.Longitudinal Plasma Ocillations in an Electric Field (with B.D. Fried, J.D. Jackson and H.W. Wyld), J. Nucl. Energy, Part C: Plasma Physics, Vol. 1, pp. 190198 (1960). PDF 
29.On the Renormalization of the Axial Vector Coupling Constant in Decay (with J. Bernstein and L. Michel), Nuovo Cimento 16, 560 (1960). PDF 
30.The Axial Vector Current in Beta Decay (with M. Levy), Nuovo Cimento 16, 705 (1960). PDF 
31.On the Decay Rate of the Charged Pion (with J. Bernstein, S. Fubini, and W. Thirring), Nuovo Cimento 17, 757 (1960). PDF 
32.The Reaction + + , Phys. Rev. Lett. 6, 70 (1961). PDF 
33.Broken Symmetries and Bare Coupling Constants (with F. Zachariasen), Phys. Rev. 123, 1065 (1961). PDF 
34.Form Factors and Vector Mesons (with F. Zachariasen), Phys. Rev. 124, 953 (1961). PDF 
35.Gauge Theories of Vector Particles (with S.L. Glashow), Ann. Phys. 15, 437 (1961). PDF 
36.Symmetry Properties of Fields, Proceedings of Solvay Congress (1961). PDF 
37.Symmetries of Baryons and Mesons, Phys. Rev. 125, 1067 (1962). PDF 
38.Experimental Consequences of the Hypothesis of Regge Poles (with S.C. Frautschi and F. Zachariasen), Phys. Rev. 126, 2204 (1962). PDF 
39.Decay Rates of Neutral Mesons (with D. Sharp and W.G. Wagner), Phys. Rev. Lett. 8, 261 (1962). PDF 
40.Factorization of Coupling to Regge Poles, Phys. Rev. Lett. 8, 263 (1962). PDF 

42.Elementary Particles of Conventional Field Theory as Regge Poles (with M.L. Goldberger), Phys. Rev. Lett. 9, 275 (1962). PDF 
43.Elementary Particles of Conventional Field Theory as Regge Poles II (with M.L. Goldberger, F.E. Low, and F. Zachariasen), Phys. Lett. 4, 265 (1963). PDF 
44.Elementary Particles of Conventional Field Theory as Regge Poles III (with M.L. Goldberger, F.E. Low, E. Marx, and F. Zachariasen), Phys. Rev. 133, B145 (1964). PDFf 
45.Elementary Particles of Conventional Field Theory as Regge Poles IV (with M.L. Goldberger, F.E. Low, V. Singh, and F. Zachariasen), Phys. Rev. 133, B161 (1964). PDF 
46.Strongly Interacting Particles (with G.F. Chew and A.H. Rosenfeld), Scientific American (Feb. 1964), pp. 7480. PDF 
47.A Schematic Model of Baryons and Mesons, Phys. Lett. 8, 214 (1964). PDF 
48.Nonleptonic Weak Decays and the Eightfold Way, Phys. Rev. Lett. 12, 155 (1964). PDF 
49.A VectorSpinor Bootstrap as an Identity (with F. Zachariasen), Phys. Lett. 10, 129 (1964). PDF 
50.The Symmetry Group of Vector and Axial Vector Currents, Physics 1, 63 (1964). PDF 
51.The Vacuum Trajectory in Conventional Field Theory (with M.L. Goldberger and F.E. Low), Rev. Mod. Phys. 36, 640 (1964). PDF 
52.Possible Triplets in the Eightfold Way, pp 309310 PDF 
53.CurrentGenerated Algebras (with Y. Ne’eman), Ann. Phys. 30, 360 (1964). PDF 
54.Octet Enhancement (with R.F. Dashen, S.C. Frautschi, and Y. Hara), International High Energy Conference at Dubna, USSR (1964). PDF 
55.A Theory of Strong Interaction Symmetry, in M. GellMann and Y. Ne’eman (eds.) The Eightfold Way, New York, NY: W.A. Benjamin, Inc. (1964). PDF 
56.The Group U(6) x U(6) Generated by Current Components (with R.P. Feynman and G. Zweig), Phys. Rev. Lett. 13, 678 (1964). PDF 
57.Angular Momentum and the Algebra of Current Components, Phys. Rev. Lett. 14, 77 (1965). PDF 
58.Approximate Symmetry and the Algebra of Current Components (with R.F. Dashen), Phys. Lett. 17, 142 (1965). PDF 
59.Application of the Algebra of Current Components (with R.F. Dashen), Phys. Lett. 17, 145 (1965). PDF 
60.Series of Hadron Energy Levels as Representations of NonCompact Groups (with Y. Dothan and Y. Ne’eman), Phys. Lett. 17, 148 (1965). PDF 
61.Algebra of Current Components at Infinite Momentum (with R.F. Dashen), Coral Gables Conferences on Symmetry Principles at High Energy (New York, NY: W.H. Freeman and Co., 1966), pp. 168189. PDF 
62.Representation of Local Current Algebra at Infinite Momentum (with R.F. Dashen), Phys. Rev. Lett. 17, 340 (1966). PDF 
63.Current Topics in Particle Physics, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on HighEnergy Physics (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1967). PDF 
64.(1) Current Algebras; (2) Relativistic Quark Model as Representation of Current Algebra, Strong and Weak Interactions, Present Problems (New York, NY: Academic Press, 1966), pp. 173201; 202234. PDF1 PDF2 
65.Elementary Particles?, Proceedings of the Royal Institution, 41, no. 189 (1966). PDF 
66.Representation of Current Algebra at Infinite Momentum: Solution of the Case in Which Isotopic Spin Factors Out (with D. Horn and J. Weyers), Proceedings of Heidelberg International Conference on Elementary Particles, (Amsterdam: N. Holland Publishing Company, 1968), pp. 479495. PDF 
67.Recent Work on Representation of Current Algebra, Hadrons and Their Interactions New York, NY: Academic Press, 1968), pp. 169201. PDF 
68.Present Status of the Fundamental Interactions, Hadrons and Their Interactions (New York, NY: Academic Press, 1968), pp. 689701. PDF 
69.Amelioration of Divergence Difficulties with the Theory of Weak Interactions (with M.L. Goldberger, N.M. Kroll, and F.E. Low), Phys. Rev. 179, 1518 (1969). PDF 
70.Behavior of Current Divergences under SU3 x SU3 (with R.J. Oakes and B. Renner), Phys. Rev. 175, 2195 (1968). PDF 
71.Certain Theories of CPViolation, Coral Gables Conference on Fundamental Interactions at High Energy (Amsterdam: The Gordon and Breach Publishing Group, 1969), pp. 380391. PDF 
72.Summary of the Symposium, Nobel Symposium No. 8, Elementary Particle Theory, Relativistic Groups and Analyticity (Stockholm: Almquist and Wiksell, 1968), pp. 387399. PDFf 
73.Symmetry Violation in Hadron Physics, Hawaii Topical Conference in Particle Physics, Vol. 1 (1970), pp.168188. PDF 
74.The Value of Schemes in Scientific Theory, Atti del Convegno Mendeleeviano, periodicita e simmetrie nella struttura elementare della materia, TorinoRoma 1521 settembre 1969. (Torino: Accademia Delle scienze di Torino, Accademia nazionale dei Lincei, 1969), pp. 317325. PDF 
75.Scale Invariance and the Light Cone (with H. Fritzsch), Proceedings of the 1971 Coral Gables Conference on Fundamental Interactions at High Energy (1971), pp. 153. PDF 
76.How Scientists Can Really Help, Physics Today, no. 24, 2325, (May 1971). PDF 
77.Light Cone Current Algebra (with H. Fritzsch), Proceedings of the International Conference on Duality and Symmetry in Hadron Physics (Jerusalem:Weizmann Science Press of Israel, 1971), pp. 317374. PDF 
78.Quarks: Developments in The Quark Theory of Hadrons, Acta Phys. Austriaca 9, 733761 (1972). PDF 
79.Light Cone Current Algebra, ° Decay, and e+e Annihilation (with W.A. Bardeen and H. Fritzsch), Scale and Conformal Symmetry in Hadron Physics (New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1973), pp. 139151. PDF 
80.Current Algebra: Quarks and What Else? (with H. Fritzsch), Proceedings of the XVI International Conference on High Energy Physics, Vol. 2, CERN, Geneva (1973), pp. 135165. PDF 
81.Advantages of the Color Octet Gluon Picture (with H. Fritzsch and H. Leutwyler), Phys. Lett. 47B, 365 (1973). PDF 
82.Vectorlike Weak Currents and New Elementary Fermions (with H. Fritzsch and P. Minkowski), Phys. Lett. 59B, 256 (1975). PDF 
83.Color Embedding, Charge Assignments, and Proton Stability in Unified Gauge Theories (with P. Ramond and R. Slansky), Rev. Mod. Phys. 50, 721 (1978). PDF 
84.Extended Supergravity as Geometry of Superspace (with L. Brink, P. Ramond, and J. Schwarz), Phys. Lett. 76B, 417 (1978). PDF 
85.Prepotentials in Superspace Formulation of Supergravity (with L. Brink, P. Ramond, and J. Schwarz), Nucl. Phys. B 145, 93 (1978). PDF 
86.Complex Spinors and Unified Theories, (with P. Ramond and R. Slansky), in P. van Niuwenhuizen and D.Z. Freedman (eds.), Supergravity: Proceedings of the Supergravity Workshop at Stony Brook, September 2729, 1979 (Amsterdam: NorthHolland Publishing Co., 1979), pp. 315321. PDF 
87.Questions for the Future, 8th Wolfson Lecture, in J.H. Mulvey (ed.), The Nature of Matter (Oxford, England: Clarendon Press, 1980), pp. 169198. PDF 
88.Summary Talk, in Y. Ne'eman (ed.), To Fulfill a Vision: Jerusalem Einstein Centennial Symposium on Gauge Theories and Unification of Physical Forces, (Reading, MA: AddisonWesley, 1981), pp. 257266. PDF 
89.Strangeness, Proceedings of the International Conference on the History of Particle Physics, Paris, July 1982; J. Physique 43, 395408 (1982). PDF 
90.Curling up Two Spatial Dimensions with SU(1.1)/U(1) (with B. Zwiebach), Phys. Lett. 147B, 111 (1984). PDF 
91.SpaceTime Compactification Induced by Scalars (with B. Zwiebach), Phys. Lett. 141B, no. 56, pp. 333336 (1984). PDF 
92.Dimensional Reduction of SpaceTime Induced by NonLinear Scalar Dynamics and Noncompact Extra Dimensions (with B. Zwiebach), Nucl. Phys. B260, 569 (1985). PDF 
93.Supergravity and Superstrings, in T. Goldman and M. Martin Nieto (eds.), Proceedings of the Santa Fe Meeting. First Annual Meeting (New Series) of the Division of Particles and Fields of the American Physical Society, (Philadelphia, PA: World Scientific, 1985), pp. 115119. PDF 
94.From Renormalizability to Calculability, Shelter Island II. Proceedings of the 1983 Shelter Island Conference on Quantum Field Theory and Fundamental Problems of Physics (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1985), pp. 323. PDF 
95.Supergravity and Superstrings, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 461, 325335 (1986). PDF 
96.Superstring Theory, Closing Talk at the 67th Nobel Symposium in Unification of fundamental interactions: Proceedings of Nobel Symposium 67, Marstrand, Sweden, June 27. 1986, (Stockhold, Sweden: Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 1987). Series: Physica Scripta T15 02811847. PDF 
97.Particle Theory from SMatrix to Quarks, in M.G. Doncel, A. Hermann, L. Michel, and A. Pais (eds.), Symmetries in Physics (16001980). Proceedings of the First International Meeting on the History of Scientific Ideas (Barcelona: Bellaterra, 1987), pp. 474497. PDF 
98.The Concept of the Institute, in D. Pines (ed.), Emerging Syntheses in Science (Reading, MA: AddisonWesley, 1987), pp. 115. PDF 
99.Simplicity and Complexity in the Description of Nature, Engineering and Science, a publication of the California Institute of Technology, vol. LI, no.3 (Spring 1988), pp. 39. PDF 
100.Is the Whole World Composed of Superstrings?, in K. Winter (ed.), FestiVal  Festschrift for Val Telegdi (New York, NY: Elsevier Science Publications, 1988), pp. 119140. PDF 
101.Dick Feynman – The Guy In the Office Down the Hall, Physics Today 42, no. 2, 5054, (February 1989). PDF 
102.Quantum Mechanics in the Light of Quantum Cosmology (with J.B. Hartle), Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on the Fundations of Quantum Mechanics in the Light of New Technology, Tokyo, Japan (August 1989), pp. 321343. PDF 
103.Progress in Elementary Particle Theory 1950 – 1964 in L. Brown, M. Dresden, and L. Hoddeson, eds., Pions to Quarks: Particle Physics in the 1950s, (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1989), pp. 694711. PDF 
104.The Global Commons: Preservation of Cultural Diversity, Aspen Quarterly Vol. 2, No. 1 (Winter 1990) pp. 5965. PDF 
105.Alternative Decohering Histories in Quantum Mechanics (with J.B. Hartle) in Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on High Energy Physics: 28 August, 1990, (South East Asia Theoretical Physics Association, Physical Society of Japan; Teaneck, NJ) vol. 2, pp. 130310 (1991). PDF 
106.Time Symmetry and Asymmetry in Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Cosmology (with J.B. Hartle), in J. Halliwell, J. PerezMercader, and W. Zurek (eds.), Proceedings of the NATO Workshop on the Physical Origin of Time Asymmetry, Mazagon, Spain, October 1991 (Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press, 1992) pp. 311342. PDF 
107.Complexity and Complex Adaptive Systems, in J.A. Hawkins and M. GellMann (eds.), The Evolution of Human Languages. SFI Studies in the Sciences of Complexity. Proceedings, Vol. XI, (Reading, MA: AddisonWesley, 1992) pp. 318. PDF 
108.Visions of a Sustainable World, Engineering and Science, a publication of the California Institute of Technology, Vol. LV, No. 3 (Spring 1992) pp. 510. PDF 
109.Nature Conformable to Herself, Bulletin of the Santa Fe Institute, vol. 7 no. 1, pp. 710. (SpringSummer 1992). PDF 
110.Classical Equations for Quantum Systems (with J.B. Hartle), Phys. Rev. 47, 8 (1993). PDF 
111.Cultural Evolution in the Prehistoric Southwest, (with G.J. Gumerman), in G.J. Gumerman (ed.), Themes in the Southwestern Prehistory (Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press, 1993) pp. 231. PDF 
112.The Quark and the Jaguar: Adventures in the Simple and the Complex (New York, NY: W.H. Freeman and Co., 1994). BOOK AVAILABLE AT AMAZON.COM 
113.Complex Adaptive Systems, in G.A. Cowan, D. Pines, and D. Meltzer (eds.), Complexity: Metaphors, Models, and Reality, Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, Proc. Vo. XIX (Reading, MA: AddisonWesley, 1994), pp. 1745. MGM 113.pdf 
114. Understanding Complexity in the Prehistoric Southwest, in G.J. Gumerman and M. GellMann (eds.), SFI Studies in the Sciences of Complexity. Proceedings Vol. XVI (Reading, MA: AddisonWesley, 1994), pp. 314. MGM 114.pdf 
115. Afterword, in Last of the Curlews by F. Bodsworth. (Washington, DC: Counterpoint, 1995) pp. 129171. MGM 115.pdf 
116.What is Complexity? Complexity, Vol. 1, no. 1 (1995) pp. 1619. MGM 116.pdf 
117.Nature Conformable to Herself, Complexity, Vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 912 (1995/96). MGM 117.pdf 
118.Let’s Call it Plectics, Complexity Journal, Vol. 1/ No. 5 (1995/96). MGM 118.pdf 
119.Reminiscences. Philosophical Magazine B, Vol. 74, No. 5, (1996), pp. 431434. MGM 119.pdf 
120.Indirect Approaches to Fundamental Theory, in History of Original Ideas and basic Discoveries in Particle Physics, H. Newman and T. Ypsilantis (eds.) Plenum: London. (NATO Asi Series. Series B, Physics, Vol 352, 1996). MGM 120.pdf 
121.Information Measures, Effective Complexity, and Total Information (with S. Lloyd), Complexity, Vol. 2, no. 1, 4452 (1996). 
122.Equivalent Sets of Histories and Multiple Quasiclassical Realms (with James B. Hartle), arXiv:grqc/9404013, v1, 8, Apr 1996, pp 1 – 22. 
123.“Informazione” Versus conoscenza e comprensione, Italian translation of “Information” Versus Knowledge and Understanding, in Dall’informazione alla cultura. Proceedings of the 3rd annual conference “Ten Nobels for the Future”, Milan, December 1995 (Venezia: Marsilio, 1996), pp. 91105. 
124.The Simple and the Complex, in D.S. Alberts and T.J. Czerwinski (eds.), Complexity, Global Politics, and National Security, (Washington, DC: National Defense University, 1997), pp. 328. 
125.Strong Decoherence (with J.B. Hartle) in D.H. Feng and B.L. Hu (eds.), Quantum Classical Correspondence: The 4th Drexel Symposium on Quantum Nonintegrability. (International Press: Cambridge, MA, 1997) pp. 335. Conference held at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, Sept. 811, 1994. 
126.Fundamental Sources of Unpredictability: An accidental journey, Complexity, Vol. 3, no. 1, 913 (1997). 
127.Quarks, Color and QCD in L. Hoddeson, L. Brown, M. Riordan and M. Dresden, eds., The Rise of the Standard Model: Particle Physics in the 1960s and 1970s, (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1997). pp. 625633. 
128.The Garden of Live Flowers in V. Stefan (ed.), Physics and Society: Essays in Honor of Victor Frederick Weisskopf by the International Community of Physicists. (SpringerVerlag 1998). pp. 109121 
129.Pulling Diamonds from the Clay, in Peter J. Denning (ed.), Talking Back to the Machine: Computers and Human Aspiration. (New York, NY: Copernicus, 1999). pp. 155168. 
130.Contribution to "Science, Technology and the Natural Environment." In The Great Conversation, (The Aspen Institute, 2000) pp. 7677. 
131."Simplicity and Complexity," In S.M. Fitzpatrick and J.T. Bruer, (Eds.), Carving Our Destiny: Scientific Research Faces a New Millennium, (Joseph Henry Press, Washington, D.C., 2001) pp. 305311. 
132.Consciousness, Reduction and Emergence: Some Remarks, in Pedro C. Marijuán (ed.), Cajal and Consciousness: Scientific Approaches to Consciousness on the Centennial of Ramón y Cajal's Textura. (New York, NY: The New York Academy of Sciences, 2001). pp. 4149. 
133.What is Complexity?, in Alberto Quadrio Curzio and Marco Fortis (eds.), Complexity and Industrial Clusters: Dynamics and Models in Theory and Practice. (Heidelberg, Germany: PhysicaVerlag, 2002). pp. 13  24. 
134.Effective Complexity, Murray GellMann and Seth Lloyd. Nonextensive EntropyInterdisciplinary Applications, Edited by Murray GellMann and Constantino Tsallis, (Oxford University Press, New York, 2004) pp. 387398. 
135.Asymptotically Scaleinvariant Occupancy of Phase Space Makes Entropy Sq Extensive,” Constantino Tsallis, Murray GellMann and Yuzuru Sato, PNAS, Vol. 102 pp. 1537715382 (2005) 
136.Numerical Indications of a qGeneralized Central Limit Theorem, Luis G. Moyano, Constantino Tsallis and Murray GellMann, Europhysics Letters, Vol. 73, No. 6, (2006) pp 813819 
137.qGeneralization of Symmetric AlphaStable Distributions: Part I, Sabir Umarov, Stanly Steinberg, Constantino Tsallis and Murray GellMann, Complexity Digest article 25053 (2006) pp. 17. 
138.qGeneralization of Symmetric AlphaStable Distributions: Part II, Sabir Umarov, Stanly Steinberg, Constantino Tsallis and Murray GellMann, Complexity Digest article 25053 (2006) pp. 112. 
139.Quasiclassical Coarse Graining and Thermodynamic Entropy, Murray GellMann, James B. Hartle. Cornell University, Phys. Rev. A 76, 022104 (2007) (16 pages) 
140.Distant Language Relationship: The Current Perspective, Murray GellMann, Ilia Peiros, George Starostin, Journal of Language Relationship, (Moscow No. 1, 2009), pp. 13 – 30. 

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