Books and Reports

  1. Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Security & Management, Editor, with H. Arabnia, M. Grimaila and S. Aissi, Las Vegas, CSREA Press.
  2. Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Security & Management, Editor, with Arabnia, Daimi and Grimaila., Las Vegas, CSREA Press.
  3. Proceedings of the 2007 International Conference on Security & Management, Assoc. Editor (Aissi and Arabnia, Editors), Las Vegas, CSREA Press.
  4. Polar Science and Advanced Networking, NSF Workshop Report, 61 pages, March 2004 (edited with Lowenstein).
  5. Anywhere, Anytime, Any Size, Any Signal: Scalable Remote Information Sensing and Communication Systems NSF Workshop Report, June 2003, 110 pages, (edited with Nagel, Mitchell, Thot-Thompson, and Williams). REPORT
  6. Discrete Logo, (self-published) used in my Discrete Structures course, was finished in January 1995 and has been revised several times since that time.
  7. BASIC Statistics, (draft) was issued in the Summer of 1994 in connection with a statistics short course that I taught for Conferences and Institutes.
  8. Real and Imaginary Machines, a draft text on assembly language, was prepared in time for the Fall 1994 assembly language programming class.
  9. The DOS/Windows Book, was published by Kendall-Hunt in September of 1994.
  10. Formal Methods in Computer Science and Mathematics, (approximately 500 pages) was self-published in September 1992 and is an adaptation of formal logic to computer science.
  11. Discrete Pascal, (approximately 550 pages) was self-published in January 1989 and revised editions appeared in September 1989, January 1990 and September 1990.
  12. The Downeast PC Course, (approximately 600 pages) was self-published in January 1989 and revised editions appeared in September 1989 and January 1990. A completely revised edition was published in September 1990 by McGraw-Hill. Yet another version appeared in September 1992. An abridgement of this text was used in Spring 1993 at Carleton University, Ottawa Canada.
  13. A Comprehensive Guide to the IBM Personal Computer,published by Prentice- Hall in June 1984. It was reprinted in September 1985 and February 1986.
  14. Overview of the IBM T. J. Watson Computer Science Department, 1981 (76 pages).
  15. Overview of the IBM T. J. Watson Computer Science Department, 1978 (60 pages).