[CS Dept., U Chicago]

Michael J. O'Donnell (Mike)

The Scholar

Technical Papers

The papers are in reverse chronological order.

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  1. The Structure of Scholarship in Cyberspace (February 2001, presented at the Midwest Faculty Seminar institute on ``Computer Cultures,'' 1-3 March 2001; previous version at Professors and Publishing in the Electronic Academy, a conference sponsored by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville Library, 17-19 September 1996)
  2. The Sources of Certainty in Computation and Formal Systems (November 1999, presented at the 1999-2000 Sawyer Seminar at the University of Chicago, Computer Science as a Human Science: the Cultural Impact of Computerization)
  3. Some Intuition Behind Constructive Formal Logic: tableaux and Läuchli countermodels (March 1995, final version appeared in Annals of Pure and Applied Logic, 81:187-239, 1996)
  4. Intuitive Counterexamples for Constructive Fallacies (August 1994, preprint of conference proceedings)
  5. Equational Logic Programming (August 1994, preprint of book chapter)
  6. Introduction: Logic and Logic Programming Languages (August 1994, preprint of book chapter)
  7. Electronic Journals - scholarly invariants in a changing medium (August 1993, invited conference paper, no proceedings)
  8. Survey of the Equational Logic Programming Project (March 1987, invited conference paper, not in proceedings)
  9. Term-Rewriting Implementation of Equational Logic Programming (March 1987, invited conference paper, preprint of proceedings) This paper overlaps a lot with the previous one, but there is some different material too.
  10. How to Prove Representation-Independent Independence Results (January 1987, preprint of journal article)
  11. The Sound Manifesto (July 2000, reprint of conference proceedings)

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