Publications of RVS Members

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What's New?

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Other Venues

Ladkin has been writing essays on various aspects of system safety, on aviation accidents, and occasionally on other matters in philosophy and logic for some time, usually in the form of extended e-mails to closed lists. In 2009, we came to agree that the most appropriate form for such things is as a Weblog. Our blog is called The Abnormal Distribution and may be found at www.abnormaldistribution.org.

Much recent writing has been performed under the auspices of the tech-transfer company Causalis Limited. The public work may be found on the Causalis Limited Publications Page.

Significant recent published work

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White Papers

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Publications of Record

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Research Reports (Series RVS-RR and RVS-Occ)

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For purposes of reference, reports are fully described as Research Report RVS-RR-yy-nn, RVS Group, Faculty of Technology, University of Bielefeld, 19yy or 20yy

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Special Reports (Series RVS-S)

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Books (Series RVS-Bk)

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Books have a series number RVS-Bk-nn and an edition date of publication, which appears below.

Peter Ladkin's Ph.D. Thesis

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Essays (Series RVS-J)

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Essays include commentary of various sorts, from innovative to expository to whimsical.


RISKS Forum Contributions (Series RVS-J)

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The on-line Forum on Risks to the Public in Computers and Related Systems has been compiled by Peter Neumann from contributions from others for twenty years. It is a publication of the ACM Committee on Computers and Public Policy. Here follow links to articles by Peter Ladkin up until October 2005. More recent contributions by Peter Ladkin may be found by searching the Risks archives.

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Lecture Notes (Series RVS-LN)

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Lecture Notes have a series number RVS-LN-nn and an edition date of publication, which appears on the header or title page.

Texts

Slides


Hypertext Compendia (Series RVS-Comp)

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Compendia have a series number RVS-Comp-nn and an edition date which appears on the publication, as well as a Changes document, which summarises most recent changes..



Discussions (Series RVS-J)

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Traditional Journalism

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Note: This list has not been maintained since the year 2000.


Research Demonstrations (Series RVS-Demo)

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Demos have a series number RVS-Demo-nn and an edition date of publication, which appears below.

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Theses Written in the Group (Series RVS-Dip and RVS-Dok)

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Diploma theses (Diplomarbeiten) have a designation RVS-Dip-yy-nn in which yy is the year and nn the series number. Doctoral theses (Doktorarbeiten) have a similar designation RVS-Dok-yy-nn.

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Software Tools (Series RVS-Soft)

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Tools have a series number RVS-Soft-nn.

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