PJD's Chronological Publication List.
PJD's Google Scholar Citation Report.
PJD's ACM Oral History Interview.
PJD's IEEE Annals History Interview.
PJD's Summary of education milestones.
PJD's Interview on computing as a discipline.
PJD's Interview on operations research.
|Innovation||PJD has been writing about innovation process, practice, technology transfer, and skill for many years.|
|CACM IT Profession columns||Since 2001, PJD's IT profession columns for the ACM Communications have addressed a variety of topics of use for practicing professionals.|
|Encyclopedia and Handbook Articles||PJD prepared over a dozen articles for the new Encyclopedia of Computer Science (Wiley, 2008), and for other handbooks.|
|American Scientist Columns||Selected classics from PJD's library of 47 "Science of Computing" columns for American Scientist magazine during 1985-1993. Additional Computing Science columns since 2016.|
|Computing Science||Articles about the science of computing and the implications of the computing field's being a science.|
|Working Sets and Virtual Memory||PJD's seminal and classic papers on working sets, thrashing, locality of reference, and virtual memory, from 1968 onwards.|
|Great Principles of Computing||PJD's project to write codify the fundamental principles of computing in language useful in all scientific fields.|
|Learning||Articles addressing fundamental issues in the philosophy of engineering and computing education.|
|Professions and Futures||Articles relating to the IT profession, its core, its related fields, its structure, its practices, and its future.|
|Software||Articles relating to software engineering, reliability, education of software engineers, software architecture, reuse, and quality.|
|Workflow and Commerce||Articles relating to workflow modeling and technology, based mainly in the language-action perspective of work.|
|ACM President Letters
|Selected monthly columns PJD wrote for ACM members while he was President during 1980-1982.|
|Seminal Reports||PJD's seminal papers, beginning with technical reports when he was student at MIT, including 1966 report discovery of working set idea.|