Harold Thimbleby — “Computer viruses” only

1.Computer viruses — Publications: refereed
1.1.Journal papers: refereed
1.2.Contributions to edited volumes: refereed
1.3.Conference papers: refereed
2.Computer viruses — Invited publications: not refereed
2.1.Articles in other journals
3.Computer viruses — Other publications
3.1.Patents
3.2.Public expert witnessing reports
3.3.Correspondence and other communications
4.Computer viruses — Presentations, exhibitions, debates, workshops
4.1.Gresham College lectures and videos
4.2.Invited lectures, webinars and seminars
4.3.Debates

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1. Computer viruses — Publications: refereed

1.1. Journal papers: refereed

S. O. Anderson, P. A. Cairns and H. Thimbleby, “Reply to 'Comment on “A Framework for Modelling Trojans and Computer Virus Infection”, by E. M\"akinen”, Computer Journal, vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 324–325 (2001). PDF DOI: 10.1093/comjnl/44.4.324

S. O. Anderson, P. Cairns and H. Thimbleby, “A Framework for Modelling Trojans and Computer Virus Infection”, Computer Journal, vol. 41, no. 7, pp. 444–458 (1999). PDF DOI: 10.1093/comjnl/41.7.444

H. Thimbleby, “Personal Boundaries and Global Stage”, First Monday, vol. 3, no. 3 (1998). URL DOI: 10.5210%2Ffm.v3i2.582

D. J. Pullinger, H. Thimbleby and I. H. Witten, “Concepts of Cooperation in Artificial Life”, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man & Cybernetics, vol. 25, no. 7, pp. 1166–1171 (1995). PDF DOI: 10.1109/21.391298

P. Ladkin and H. Thimbleby, “Comments on A Paper by Voas, Payne & Cohen: “A Model for Detecting the Existence of Software Corruption in Real Time””, Computers & Security, vol. 13, no. 6, pp. 527–531 (1994). PDF DOI: 10.1016/0167-4048(91)90140-9

H. Thimbleby, “An Organisational Solution to Piracy and Viruses”, Journal of Systems and Software, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 207–215 (1994).

G. F. Coulouris, S. Greenberg, H. Thimbleby and I. H. Witten, “A New Approach to Sharing Data in Social Networks”, International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, vol. 34, no. 3, pp. 337–348 (1991).

H. Thimbleby, “Can Viruses Ever Be Useful?”, Computers and Security, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 111–114 (1991). DOI: 10.1016/0167-4048(91)90004-W

H. Thimbleby, “Artificial Life”, Computer Bulletin, Series IV, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 22–23 (1990).

H. Thimbleby, “Artificial Life: References”, Computer Bulletin, Series IV, vol. 2, no. 6, p. 5 (1990).

1.2. Contributions to edited volumes: refereed

H. Thimbleby and I. H. Witten, “Virus, Computer”, The Encyclopedia of Computer Science, D. Hemmendinger, A. Ralston and E. D. Reilly (editors), pp. 1839–1841, Nature Publishing Group (2000).

G. F. Coulouris, S. Greenberg, H. Thimbleby and I. H. Witten, “A New Approach to Sharing Data in Social Networks”, Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Groupware, S. Greenberg (editor), pp. 211–222, Academic Press (1991).

1.3. Conference papers: refereed

H. Thimbleby, “The Future of Viruses”, Proceedings of The NCC Information Technology Conference (1992).

H. Thimbleby, “Liveware: A Personal Distributed CSCW”, Proceedings CSCW: Computer Supported Co-operative Work, IEE Colloquium, no. IEE Digest 1990/133, pp. 6/1–6/4 (1990).

H. Thimbleby, “Viruses and Their Impact on Future Computing Systems”, Proceedings Workshop on Viruses and Their Future Impact on Computing Systems, IEE Colloquium, no. IEE Digest 1990/132, pp. 1/1–1/4 (1990).

S. O. Anderson and H. Thimbleby, “Virus Theory”, Proceedings Workshop on Viruses and Their Future Impact on Computing Systems, no. IEE Digest 1990/132, pp. 4/1–4/5 (1990).

2. Computer viruses — Invited publications: not refereed

2.1. Articles in other journals

H. Thimbleby, “Liveware: Putting Viruses to Work”, British Computer Society HCI Newsletter, no. 14, pp. 6–7 (1990).

H. Thimbleby and I. H. Witten, “The Worm that Turned”, Personal Computer World, pp. 202–206 (July 1990).

H. Thimbleby, “Turning Viruses to Good Use”, New Scientist, vol. 126, no. 1722, pp. 72–73 (1990).

3. Computer viruses — Other publications

3.1. Patents

=D. J. Pullinger, =H. Thimbleby and =I. H. Witten, “Data Management and Security in Distributed Computing Systems”, UK Patent No. 9124679.3 (1991).

3.2. Public expert witnessing reports

H. Thimbleby, “Regina v Peter Antony Trier”, Swansea Crown Court (2017).

3.3. Correspondence and other communications

H. Thimbleby, “Memorandum by Professor Harold Thimbleby, Middlesex University, London”, E-commerce: Policy Development and co-ordination in the EU, Select Committee on the European Union, House of Lords, p. 526, The Stationery Office, London (2000).

4. Computer viruses — Presentations, exhibitions, debates, workshops

4.1. Gresham College lectures and videos

H. Thimbleby, “Computer Viruses”, Gresham College (21 March, 2002). Video PDF

4.2. Invited lectures, webinars and seminars

H. Thimbleby, “Viruses are Here to Stay”, Evening Lecture, Stirling University, Scotland (1990).

H. Thimbleby, “Viruses & Cooperation”, Canon Research Europe (1990).

H. Thimbleby, “Liveware”, York University (1990).

H. Thimbleby, “Bugs, Viruses and Liveware”, Glasgow University (1989).

H. Thimbleby, “Liveware Distribution”, Heriot-Watt HCI Centre Open Day, Scotland (1989).

H. Thimbleby, “Liveware”, Queen Mary College (1988).

4.3. Debates

H. Thimbleby, “This House Believes 'smart' Tagging is Acceptable and Essential for Our Future”, Ubiconf 2004, London (2004).

H. Thimbleby, “This House Believes Internet Ethics Isn't and We Should All be Anarchists”, Real Time Club, London (2003).

H. Thimbleby, “This House Believes that 'Control of the Internet by Governments is Imperative for the Well-being of Society”, Real Time Club, London (2000).

H. Thimbleby, “This House Believes Society is Not Ready for The Freedom of Cyberspace”, Cambridge University Union Debating Society, Cambridge University (1995).


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