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Professor Brian Randell
Investigating the Work and Life of Percy Ludgate2021
Professor Brian Randell
Percy Ludgate (1883–1922), Ireland’s first computer designer2021
Professor Brian Randell
Fifty Years of Software Engineering or The View from Garmisch2018
Dr Bowen Li
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Anirban Bhattacharyya
Talal Alharbi
Professor Maciej Koutny
et al.
SONCraft: A Tool for Construction, Simulation and Analysis of Structured Occurrence Nets2018
Professor Feng Hao
Dr Dylan Clarke
Professor Brian Randell
Verifiable Classroom Voting in Practice2018
Dr Anirban Bhattacharyya
Professor Maciej Koutny
Professor Brian Randell
Towards a Framework for Monotonic Approximations2017
Dr Bowen Li
Professor Maciej Koutny
Professor Brian Randell
SONCraft: A Tool for Construction, Simulation and Verification of Structured Occurrence Nets2016
Dr Anirban Bhattacharyya
Dr Bowen Li
Professor Brian Randell
Time in Structured Occurrence Nets2016
Dr Anirban Bhattacharyya
Dr Bowen Li
Professor Brian Randell
Time in Structured Occurrence Nets2016
Dr Ehsan Toreini
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Feng Hao
An Acoustic Side Channel Attack on Enigma2015
Professor Brian Randell
Reminiscences of Project Y and the ACS Project2015
Dr Bowen Li
Professor Brian Randell
SONCraft user manual2015
Professor Feng Hao
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Dylan Clarke
Dr Peter Lee
Every vote counts: Ensuring integrity in large-scale electronic voting2014
Professor Feng Hao
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Dylan Clarke
Dr Siamak Fayyaz Shahandashti
Dr Peter Lee
et al.
Every Vote Counts: Ensuring Integrity in Large-Scale Electronic Voting2014
Professor Brian Randell
Message from honorary chair: EDCC 20142014
Professor Brian Randell
Incremental Construction of Structured Occurrence Nets2013
Professor Brian Randell
A Turing Enigma2012
Professor Brian Randell
A Turing Enigma2012
Professor Paolo Missier
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Maciej Koutny
Modelling Provenance using Structured Occurrence Networks2012
Professor Paolo Missier
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Maciej Koutny
Modelling Provenance Using Structured Occurrence Networks2012
Professor Feng Hao
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Dylan Clarke
Self-Enforcing Electronic Voting2012
Professor Feng Hao
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Dylan Clarke
Self-Enforcing Electronic Voting2012
Professor Brian Randell
A Computer Perspective2011
Professor Brian Randell
Occurrence Nets Then and Now: The Path to Structured Occurrence Nets2011
Professor Brian Randell
Occurrence Nets Then and Now: The Path to Structured Occurrence Nets2011
Professor Brian Randell
Newcastle’s French Connection2010
Professor Brian Randell
Reminiscences of Whetstone ALGOL2010
Professor Brian Randell
Reminiscences of Whetstone ALGOL2010
Dr Jeff Yan
Professor Brian Randell
An Investigation of Cheating in Online Games2009
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Maciej Koutny
Structured Occurence Nets: A formalism for aiding system failure prevention and analysis techniques2009
Professor Maciej Koutny
Professor Brian Randell
Structured Occurrence Nets: A formalism for aiding system failure prevention and analysis techniques2009
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Maciej Koutny
Structured Occurrence Nets: Incomplete, contradictory and uncertain failure evidence2009
Dr Zoe Andrews
Professor John Fitzgerald
Professor Brian Randell
A Knowledge Base for Dependability and Security Research2008
Professor Maciej Koutny
Professor Brian Randell
Structured Occurrence Nets: A formalism for aiding system failure prevention and analysis techniques2008
Professor Brian Randell
A Computer Scientist’s Reactions to NPfIT2007
Professor Brian Randell
A computer scientist's reactions to NPfIT2007
Professor Brian Randell
Basic Concepts and Taxonomy of Dependable and Secure Computing2007
Professor Brian Randell
Distributed Secure Systems: Then and Now2007
Professor Brian Randell
Distributed Secure Systems: Then and Now2007
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Maciej Koutny
Failures: Their Definition, Modelling and Analysis2007
Professor Brian Randell
The national programme for information technology in the UK health service - Dependability challenges and strategies2007
Emeritus Professor Tom Anderson
Dr Zoe Andrews
Professor John Fitzgerald
Professor Brian Randell
The ReSIST Resilience Knowledge Base2007
Emeritus Professor Tom Anderson
Dr Zoe Andrews
Professor John Fitzgerald
Professor Brian Randell
The ReSIST Resilience Knowledge Base2007
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Maciej Koutny
Failures: Their Definition, Modelling and Analysis2006
Professor Brian Randell
Foreword2006
Professor Cliff Jones
Professor Brian Randell
The role of structure: a dependability perspective2006
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Peter Ryan
Voting technologies and trust2006
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Peter Ryan
Voting technologies and trust2006
Dr Jeff Yan
Professor Brian Randell
A systematic classification of cheating in online games2005
Professor Brian Randell
Dependability, Structure and Infrastructure2005
Professor Cliff Jones
Professor Brian Randell
Dependable Pervasive Systems2005
Professor Brian Randell
Reminiscences of Project Y and the ACS Project2005
Dr Jeff Yan
Professor Brian Randell
Security in Computer Games: from Pong to Online Poker2005
Professor Cliff Jones
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Rogerio De Lemos
Professor Brian Randell
The atomic manifesto2005
Professor Cliff Jones
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Rogerio De Lemos
Professor Brian Randell
The Atomic Manifesto: a Story in Four Quarks2005
Professor Cliff Jones
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Rogerio De Lemos
Professor Brian Randell
The Atomic Manifesto: a Story in Four Quarks2005
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Peter Ryan
Voting Technologies and Trust2005
Professor Brian Randell
Basic concepts and taxonomy of dependable and secure computing2004
Professor Brian Randell
Brief encounters2004
Professor Brian Randell
Dependability and its Threats: A Taxonomy2004
Professor Brian Randell
Dependability, Structure and Infrastructure2004
Professor Cliff Jones
Professor Brian Randell
Dependable Pervasive Systems2004
Professor Brian Randell
Dependable Pervasive Systems2004
Professor Cliff Jones
Professor Brian Randell
Extending the Horizons of DSE2004
Professor Cliff Jones
Professor Brian Randell
Extending the Horizons of DSE (GC6)2004
Emeritus Professor Tom Anderson
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Wrapping the Future2004
Emeritus Professor Tom Anderson
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Wrapping the Future2004
Professor Brian Randell
Edsger Dijkstra2003
Professor Cliff Jones
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Robert Stroud
Final Version of DSoS Conceptual Model (CSDA1)2003
Professor Brian Randell
On Failures and Faults2003
Professor Brian Randell
On Failures and Faults2003
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
A Generic Approach to Structuring and Implementing Complex Fault-Tolerant Software2002
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Robert Stroud
Avelino Zorzo
Rigorous development of an embedded fault-tolerant system based on coordinated atomic actions2002
Professor Brian Randell
The New Electronic Technology2002
Avelino Zorzo
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
TLA Specification of a Mechanism for Concurrent Exception Handling2002
Dr Robert Stroud
Dominique Alessandri
Professor Brian Randell
Conceptual Model and Architecture2001
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Robert Stroud
Professor Cliff Jones
DSoS (Dependable Systems of Systems)2001
Dr James Armstrong
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Robert Stroud
First Specification of APIs and Protocols for the MAFTIA Middleware2001
Professor Brian Randell
Fundamental Concepts of Dependability2001
Professor Thomas McCutcheon
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Robert Stroud
MAFTIA (Malicious- and Accidental-Fault Tolerance for Internet Applications)2001
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
On Applying Coordinated Atomic Actions and Dependable Software Architectures for Developing Complex Systems2001
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “Inventing Systems Engineering”, by John Aris (Review no. 0101-0037)2001
Professor Cliff Jones
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Robert Stroud
Revised Version of DSoS Conceptual Model2001
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
A Generic Implementation Approach to Concurrent Fault-Tolerant Software2000
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Charles Snow
Dr Robert Stroud
An Application of Fault Tolerance Patterns and Coordinated Atomic Actions to a Problem in Railway Scheduling2000
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Concurrent exception handling and resolution in distributed object systems2000
Professor Brian Randell
Facing up to Faults2000
Professor Brian Randell
Fault Tolerance in Decentralized Systems2000
Professor Brian Randell
Fundamental Concepts of Dependability2000
Emeritus Professor John Dobson
Professor Thomas McCutcheon
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Robert Stroud
Ian Welch
et al.
Mailicious- and Accidental- Fault Tolerance for Internet Applications (MAFTIA) : Reference Model and Use Cases2000
Professor Brian Randell
Turing Memorial Lecture Facing Up to Faults2000
Professor Brian Randell
Business at War1999
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Coordinated exception handling in real-time distributed object systems1999
Professor Brian Randell
Avelino Zorzo
Exception Handling in Multiparty Interactions1999
Professor Brian Randell
Fault Tolerance in Decentralised Systems (Keynote Speech)1999
Professor Brian Randell
Fault Tolerance in Decentralized Systems1999
Professor Brian Randell
Protecting IT Systems from Cyber Crime1999
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Robert Stroud
Avelino Zorzo
Rigorous Development of a Safety-Critical System Based on Coordinated Atomic Actions1999
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Robert Stroud
Avelino Zorzo
Rigorous Development of a Safety-critical system based on co-ordinated Atomic Actions1999
Avelino Zorzo
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Robert Stroud
Ian Welch
et al.
Using coordinated atomic actions to design safety-critical systems: A production cell case study1999
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Robert Stroud
Avelino Zorzo
Coordinated Atomic Actions: Formal Model, Case Study and System Implementation1998
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Coordinated exception handling in distributed object systems: from model to system implementation1998
Professor Brian Randell
Dependability - A Unifying Concept1998
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Developing Control Software for Production Cell II: Failure Analysis and System Design Using CA Actions1998
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Exception Handling in Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Systems1998
Professor Brian Randell
Memories of the NATO Software Engineering Conferences1998
Professor Brian Randell
Protecting IT Systems from Cyber Crime1998
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Robert Stroud
Supporting and Controlling Complex Concurrency in Fault-Tolerant Distributed Systems1998
Avelino Zorzo
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Robert Stroud
Ian Welch
et al.
Using Coordinated Atomic Actions to Design Dependable Distributed Object Systems1998
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Robert Stroud
Avelino Zorzo
Co-ordinated Atomic Actions: From Concept to Implementation1997
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Coordinated Exception Handling in Distributed Object Systems: from Model to System Implementation1997
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Co-ordinated Exception Handling in Distributed Object-Oriented Systems: Improved Algorithm, Correctness and Implementation1997
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Exception Handling in Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Systems1997
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Robert Stroud
Avelino Zorzo
Implementation of blocking coordinated atomic actions based on forward error recovery1997
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Robert Stroud
Avelino Zorzo
Implementing Synchronous Co-ordinated Atomic Actions Based on Forward Error Recovery1997
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “The Timetable of Computers: A chronology of the most important people and events in the history of computers”, by D.D. Spencer (Review no. 0894)1997
Professor Brian Randell
Avelino Zorzo
Software Fault Tolerance in Object-Oriented Systems: Approaches, Implementation and Evaluation1997
Professor Brian Randell
Software Fault Tolerance: R/(n-l)-Variant Programming1997
Professor Brian Randell
The t/(n-1)-VP Approach to Fault-Tolerant Software1997
Avelino Zorzo
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Robert Stroud
Ian Welch
et al.
Using Coordinated Atomic Actions to Design Dependable Distributed Object Systems1997
Professor Brian Randell
An Assessment of Name Matching Algorithms1996
Professor Brian Randell
Charles Babbage and the Anglo-American Copyright Dispute1996
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Exception Handling and Resolution in Distributed Object-Oriented Systems1996
Avelino Zorzo
Professor Brian Randell
Experimental Evaluation of Fault-Tolerant Mechanisms for Object-Oriented Software1996
Professor Brian Randell
Avelino Zorzo
Implementing Software-Fault Tolerance in C++ and Open C++1996
Professor Brian Randell
La Filiation des Machines a Calculer Contemporain1996
Professor Brian Randell
Roll-Forward Error Recovery in Embedded Real-Time Systems1996
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Professor Brian Randell
Exception Handling and Resolution in Distributed Object-Oriented Systems1995
Professor Brian Randell
Fault Tolerance and Security1995
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Fault Tolerance in Concurrent Object-Oriented Software through Coordinated Error Recovery1995
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Robert Stroud
Jake Wu
Fault Tolerance in Concurrent Object-Oriented Software Through Co-ordinated Error Recovery1995
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Alexander Romanovsky
Dr Robert Stroud
From Recovery Blocks to Concurrent Atomic Actions1995
Professor Brian Randell
Le projet COLOSSUS et la seconde guerre mondiale1995
Professor Brian Randell
Object-Oriented Environmental Fault Tolerance1995
Professor Brian Randell
Predictably Dependable Computing Systems1995
Professor Brian Randell
Responsive Roll-Forward Recovery in Embedded Real-Time Systems1995
Professor Brian Randell
Review of ‘“The Reservisor Automated Airline Reservation System: combining communications and computing” by J. Eklund (Review no. 0263)1995
Professor Brian Randell
Software Dependability: A Personal View1995
Professor Brian Randell
Designing Secure and Reliable Applications Using Fragmentation-Redundancy-Scattering: An Object-Oriented Approach1994
Professor Brian Randell
Lessons from History?1994
Professor Brian Randell
Recovery Blocks1994
Professor Brian Randell
Recovery Blocks1994
Professor Brian Randell
Software 2000: A View of the Future1994
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Robert Stroud
Software Fault-tolerance: Towards an Object-oriented Approach1994
Professor Brian Randell
Some Lessons from the SW2000 Workshop1994
Professor Brian Randell
The Evolution of the Recovery Block Concept1994
Professor Brian Randell
The Origins of Computer Programming1994
Professor Brian Randell
Dr Robert Stroud
Toward an Object-Oriented Approach to Software Fault Tolerance1994
Professor Brian Randell
A Framework for the Design of Secure and Reliable Applications by Fragmentation-Redundancy-Scattering1993
Professor Brian Randell
An Object-Oriented View of Fragmented Data Processing for Fault and Intrusion Tolerance in Distributed Systems1993
Professor Brian Randell
Approaches to Software Fault Tolerance1993
Professor Brian Randell
Dependable Computing for Critical Applications1993
Professor Brian Randell
Designing Secure and Reliable Applications using FRS: An Object-Oriented Approach1993
Professor Brian Randell
Object-oriented Construction of Fault-tolerant Software1993
Professor Brian Randell
Object-Oriented Software Fault Tolerance: Framework, reuse and design diversity1993
Professor Brian Randell
Personal Ancestral File and Reunion - Two Genealogical Database Management Systems for the Apple Macintosh1993
Emeritus Professor Santosh Shrivastava
Professor Brian Randell
The Duality of Fault-tolerant System Structures1993
Professor Brian Randell
An Object-Oriented View of Fragmented Data Processing for Fault and Intrusion Tolerance in Distributed Systems1992
Emeritus Professor Tom Anderson
Professor Brian Randell
Dependability: Basic Concepts and Terminology1992
Professor Brian Randell
Predictably Dependable Computing Systems: Final Report1992
Professor Brian Randell
Reunion at Bletchley Park1992
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “Marks on Paper, part 1: A historical survey of computer output printing” by I.L. Wieselman and E. Tomash (Review no. 0047)1992
Professor Brian Randell
Software Fault Tolerance: t(n-1)-Variant Programming1992
Professor Brian Randell
System Dependability1992
Professor Brian Randell
System Dependability1992
Professor Brian Randell
Coping with the Past1991
Professor Brian Randell
Coping with the Past1991
Professor Brian Randell
European Research in Distributed Computing Systems: A personal perspective1991
Professor Brian Randell
Fault and Intrusion Tolerance in Object-Oriented Systems1991
Professor Brian Randell
FDP Techniques in Object-oriented Systems1991
Professor Brian Randell
Improvement of Data Processing Security by means of Fault Tolerance1991
Professor Brian Randell
Improvement of Data Processing Security by Means of Fault Tolerance1991
Professor Brian Randell
Predictably Dependable Computing Systems: Second Year Report1991
Professor Brian Randell
Predictably Dependable Computing Systems: Second Year Report1991
Professor Brian Randell
Programming: From Babbage to Backus1991
Professor Brian Randell
Electronic Computing: A Continuing Revolution1990
Professor Brian Randell
Epilogue1990
Professor Brian Randell
Foreword1990
Professor Brian Randell
Le Coupable n'est pas la technologie1990
Emeritus Professor John Dobson
Professor Brian Randell
On the Trustworthiness of Computing Systems1990
Emeritus Professor John Dobson
Professor Brian Randell
Predictably Dependable Computing Systems: An ESPRIT Basic Research Project1990
Professor Brian Randell
Súrété de Fonctionnement et Défauts du Logiciel: Minimiser les risques et éviter les responsabilités1990
Professor Brian Randell
System Design and Structuring for Dependability1990
Emeritus Professor Santosh Shrivastava
Professor Brian Randell
The Duality of Fault-Tolerant System Structures1990
Professor Brian Randell
Can Design Faults be Tolerated?1989
Emeritus Professor John Dobson
Professor Brian Randell
Viewpoint: Program Verification: Public Image and Private Reality1989
Professor Brian Randell
Design Fault Tolerance1987
Professor Brian Randell
ESPRIT Basic Research Actions1987
Emeritus Professor Santosh Shrivastava
Professor Brian Randell
On the Duality of Fault Tolerant System Structures1987
Emeritus Professor Santosh Shrivastava
Professor Brian Randell
On the Duality of Fault-Tolerant System Structures1987
Professor Brian Randell
System Design and Structuring for Dependability1987
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
The Architecture of UNIX United1987
Professor Brian Randell
A Fault-Tolerance Based Approach to System Security1986
Emeritus Professor John Dobson
Professor Brian Randell
Building Reliable Secure Computing Systems out of Unreliable Insecure Components1986
Emeritus Professor John Dobson
Professor Brian Randell
Building Reliable Secure Computing Systems out of Unreliable Insecure Components1986
Professor Brian Randell
Design Fault Tolerance1986
Professor Brian Randell
Error Recovery in Asynchronous Systems1986
Professor Brian Randell
Recursively Structured Fault-Tolerant Distributed Computing Systems1986
Professor Brian Randell
Emeritus Professor John Dobson
Reliability and Security Issues in Distributed Computing Systems1986
Professor Brian Randell
System Design and Structuring1986
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
The Architecture of UNIX United1986
Professor Brian Randell
Comments on “Memorandum on Mechanical Solution of Partial Differential Equations”1985
Professor Brian Randell
Hardware/Software Trade-offs: A general design principle?1985
Professor Brian Randell
Interfacing UNIX to Data Communications Networks1985
Professor Brian Randell
Introduction1985
Professor Brian Randell
Operating Systems for the IBM PC1985
Professor Brian Randell
Emeritus Professor John Dobson
Reliability and Security Issues in Distributed Computing Systems1985
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
Reliable Computing in a UNIX United Environment1985
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
Reliable Computing in a UNIX United Environment1985
Professor Brian Randell
System Design and Structuring1985
Professor Brian Randell
Update and Merge of Partitioned Distributed Systems1985
Professor Brian Randell
Coping with Complexity in Systems Development1984
Professor Brian Randell
Fault Tolerance and System Structuring1984
Professor Brian Randell
The Newcastle Connection: A software subsystem for constructing distributed UNIX systems1984
Professor Brian Randell
The Newcastle Connection: A Software Subsystem for Constructing Distributed UNIX Systems1984
Professor Brian Randell
A Distributed Secure System1983
Professor Brian Randell
A Mysterious Advertisement1983
Professor Brian Randell
Error Recovery in Asynchronous Systems1983
Professor Brian Randell
Fault Tolerance and System Structuring1983
Professor Brian Randell
Interfacing UNIX to Data Communications Networks1983
Emeritus Professor Tom Anderson
Professor Brian Randell
Practical Fault Tolerant Software for Asynchronous Systems1983
Emeritus Professor Tom Anderson
Professor Brian Randell
Practical Fault Tolerant Software for Asynchronous Systems1983
Professor Brian Randell
Recursively Structured Distributed Computer Systems1983
Professor Brian Randell
A Distributed Secure System1982
Professor Brian Randell
From Analytical Engine to Electronic Digital Computer: The Contributions of Ludgate, Torres and Bush1982
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
The Newcastle Connection or UNIXes of the World Unite!1982
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
The Newcastle Connection, or - UNIXes of the World Unite!1982
Professor Brian Randell
The Origins of Digital Computers: Selected Papers1982
Professor Brian Randell
The Structuring of Distributed Computing Systems1982
Professor Brian Randell
VLSI Architecture1982
Professor Eike Best
Professor Brian Randell
A Formal Model of Atomicity in Asynchronous Systems1981
Professor Brian Randell
From Analytical Engine to Electronic Digital Computer: The Contributions of Ludgate (1883-1922), Torres y Quevedo (1852-1936) and Bush (1890-1974)1981
Professor Brian Randell
Reliability and Integrity of Distributed Computing Systems: Progress Report 1978-801981
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “History of Programming Languages” ed. by R. L. Wexelblat1981
Professor Brian Randell
Reliability and Integrity of Distributed Computing Systems: Progress Report 1978-801980
Professor Brian Randell
The COLOSSUS1980
Professor Eike Best
Professor Brian Randell
A Formal Model of Atomicity in Asynchronous Systems1979
Professor Brian Randell
An Annotated Bibliography on the Origins of Digital Computers1979
Professor Brian Randell
An Annotated Bibliography on the Origins of Digital Computers1979
Emeritus Professor Tom Anderson
Professor Brian Randell
Computing Systems Reliability1979
Professor Brian Randell
La Genese des Calculateurs Electroniques1979
Professor Brian Randell
Software Engineering in 19681979
Professor Brian Randell
Software Engineering in 19681979
Professor Brian Randell
Software Fault Tolerance1979
Professor Brian Randell
System Reliability and Structuring1979
Professor Brian Randell
Error Recovery in Distributed Computing Systems1978
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Pete Lee
Reliability Issues in Computing System Design1978
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Pete Lee
Reliable Computing Systems1978
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “Pioneers of Computer: A Series of Archival Recordings” by C. Evans1978
Professor Brian Randell
Selected Bibliography on the Structure and Design of Programming Languages1978
Professor Brian Randell
State Restoration in Distributed Systems1978
Professor Brian Randell
The Design of Highly Concurrent Computing Systems1978
Professor Brian Randell
Consistent State Restoration in Distributed Systems1977
Professor Brian Randell
Professor Pete Lee
Reliable Computing Systems1977
Professor Brian Randell
Software Reliability: The role of programmed exception handling1977
Professor Brian Randell
Digital Computers: Origins1976
Professor Brian Randell
Software Engineering: Concepts and Techniques1976
Professor Brian Randell
Software Reliability: The Role of Programmed Exception Handling1976
Professor Brian Randell
The COLOSSUS1976
Professor Brian Randell
The History of Digital Computers1976
Professor Brian Randell
The Origins of Digital Computers: Supplementary Bibliography1976
Professor Brian Randell
Computing System Reliability: Prospect and Retrospect1975
Professor Brian Randell
System Structure for Software Fault Tolerance1975
Professor Brian Randell
System Structure for Software Fault Tolerance1975
Professor Brian Randell
A Program Structure for Error Detection and Recovery1974
Professor Brian Randell
A Program Structure for Error Detection and Recovery1974
Professor Brian Randell
Research on Computing System Reliability at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne1974
Professor Brian Randell
System Reliability: Interaction of operating system and machine1974
Professor Brian Randell
The History of Digital Computers1974
Professor Brian Randell
Process Structuring1973
Professor Brian Randell
COLOSSUS: Godfather of the computer1972
Professor Brian Randell
On Alan Turing and the Origins of Digital Computers1972
Professor Brian Randell
On Alan Turing and the Origins of Digital Computers1972
Professor Brian Randell
Operating Systems: The problems of performance and reliability1972
Professor Brian Randell
Process Structuring1972
Professor Brian Randell
Special Issue on Third ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles1972
Professor Brian Randell
The Origins of Digital Computers: A Bibliography1972
Professor Brian Randell
Thrashing in a Multi-programmed Paging System1972
Professor Brian Randell
Apparatus and Method in a Digital Computer for Allowing Improved Program Branching with Branch Anticipation, Reduction of the Number of Branches, and Reduction of Branch Delays1971
Professor Brian Randell
Highly Reliable Computing Systems1971
Professor Brian Randell
Large Program Design Methodology1971
Professor Brian Randell
Ludgate's Analytical Machine of 19091971
Professor Brian Randell
Ludgate's Analytical Machine of 19091971
Professor Brian Randell
Operating Systems: The Problems of Performance and Reliability1971
Professor Brian Randell
Performance Predications for Extended Paged Memories1971
Professor Brian Randell
Performance Predictions for Extended Paged Memories1971
Professor Brian Randell
Thrashing in a Multi-Programmed Paging System1971
Professor Brian Randell
Minority Report1970
Professor Brian Randell
Software Engineering Techniques: Report of a conference sponsored by the NATO Science Committee, Rome, Italy, 27th-31st October 19691970
Professor Brian Randell
The Gentle Art of Programming: Inaugural Lecture, University of Newcastle upon Tyne1970
Professor Brian Randell
A Note on Storage Fragmentation and Program Segmentation1969
Professor Brian Randell
Dynamic Instruction Scheduling1969
Professor Brian Randell
Interacting Sequential Processes1969
Professor Brian Randell
Software Engineering: Report of a conference sponsored by the NATO Science Committee, Garmisch, Germany, 7th-11th October 19681969
Professor Brian Randell
Structuring Complex Processes1969
Professor Brian Randell
Towards a Methodology of Computing System Design1969
Professor Brian Randell
A Note on Storage Fragmentation and Program Segmentation1968
Professor Brian Randell
Demand Paging in Perspective1968
Professor Brian Randell
Demand Paging in Perspective1968
Professor Brian Randell
Dynamic Storage Allocation Systems1968
Professor Brian Randell
Iterative Multi-Level modelling: A methodology for computer system design1968
Professor Brian Randell
Iterative Multi-Level Modelling: A methodology for computer system design1968
Professor Brian Randell
Multilevel Modeling - A Methodology for Computer System Design1968
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “Description of ALGOL 60” by H. Rutishauser (Review no. 14821)1968
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “Hardware Factors for Real-Time Systems” by E. Yourdon (Review no. 14499)1968
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “The Design of a Modular Real-Time Supervisor” by E. Yourdon (Review no. 14513)1968
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “Translation of ALGOL 60” by A. A. Grau et al (Review no. 14958)1968
Professor Brian Randell
Deadline Scheduling1967
Professor Brian Randell
Dynamic Storage Allocation Systems1967
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “AMTRAN, a Remote Terminal, Conversational-Mode Computer System” by J. Reinfelds et al (Review no. 11204)1967
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “Introduction to ALGOL Programming” by T. Ekman and C-E. Froberg (Review no. 10460)1966
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “TALK - A high level source language debugging technique with real-time data extraction” by R. L. ver Steeg (Review no. 6950)1965
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “The Efficient Administration of Blocks in ALGOL” by P. A. Samet (Review no. 8858)1965
Professor Brian Randell
ALGOL 60 Implementation: the Translation and Use of ALGOL 60 Programs on a Computer1964
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “An Introduction to ALGOL Programming” by R. Wooldridge and J. F. Ratcliffe1964
Professor Brian Randell
Single-Scan Techniques for the Translation of Arithmetic Expressions into Algol 601964
Professor Brian Randell
The Whetstone KDF9 Algol Translator1964
Professor Brian Randell
Whetstone Algol Revisited, or Confessions of a Compiler Writer1964
Professor Brian Randell
Certification of Algorithms 63, 64 and 65: Partition, Quicksort and Find1963
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “Machine Independent Computer Programming” by M. H. Halstead1963
Professor Brian Randell
Review of “Process for an ALGOL Translator by G. van der Mey1963
Professor Brian Randell
Certification of Algorithm 50: Inverse of a Finite Segment of the Hilbert Matrix1962
Professor Brian Randell
Certification of Algorithm 66: INVRS1962
Professor Brian Randell
DEUCE ALGOL1962
Professor Brian Randell
Discussions on ALGOL Translation, at Mathematisch Centrum1962
Professor Brian Randell
Proposals for Code Procedures in KDF9 Algol1962
Professor Brian Randell
The Object Programme Generated by the Whetstone KDF91962
Professor Brian Randell
The Whetstone KDF9 ALGOL Translator1962
Professor Brian Randell
EASICODE1960
Professor Brian Randell
Multi-Section EASICODE1960
Professor Brian Randell
Preliminary Report on EASICODE1958