1952 A new linkage in the house mouse: vestigial and Rex. Nature, 170, 585-586.

1953 Affinity: a new genetic phenomenon in the house mouse: evidence from distant crosses. Nature, 171, 26-27.

1954 Are inbred strains suitable for bio-assay? Nature, 173, 686-687 (with Anne McLaren).

1954 Transmigration of unborn mice. Nature, 174, 844 (with Anne McLaren).

1954 Factors affecting vertebral variation in mice. I. Variation within an inbred strain. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 2, 149-160 (with Anne McLaren).

1955 Genetic and environmental influences on the secondary sex ratio in mice. J. Genet., 53, 200-214 (with Alma Howard, Anne McLaren and G. Sander).

1955 Genetical studies with "vestigial tail" mice. I. The sex difference between vestigial and Rex. J. Genet., 53, 270-279.

1955 Genetical studies with "vestigial tail" mice. II. The position of vestigial in the seventh linkage group. J.Genet., 53, 280-284.

1955 Genetical studies with "vestigial tail" mice. III. New independence data. J. Genet., 53, 285-294.

1955 Affinity. Proc. Roy. Soc., 144, 241-259.

1955 The importance of being cross-bred. In New Biology, No.19, 8-69. Harmondsworth: Penguin (with Anne McLaren).

1955 Factors affecting vertebral variation in mice. II. Further evidence on intra-strain variation. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 3, 366-375 (with Anne McLaren).

1955 Ovary grafting into the uterus. Transpl. Bull., 2, 5-6 (with Anne McLaren).

1955 Factors affecting vertebral variation in mice. III. Maternal effects in reciprocal crosses. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 4, 161-166 (with Anne McLaren).

1956 Studies on the transfer of fertilized mouse eggs to uterine foster mothers. I. Factors affecting the implantation and survival of and transferred eggs. J.exp. Biol., 33, 394-416 (with Anne McLaren).

1956 Genetical studies with "vestigial tail" mice. IV. The interaction of vestigial with brachyury. J. Genet., 54, 49-53.

1956 Variability of response in experimental animals. A comparison of reactions of inbred F1 hybrid and random bred mice to a narcotic drug. J. Genet. , 54, 440-455 (with Anne McLaren).

1957 An experiment on "telepathy" using television. Nature ,180, 1402-1403 (with D.J. West).

1958 A proposed genetic analysis of the Eichwald-Silmser effect. Transpl. Bull., 5, 17-18 (with Anne McLaren).

1958 Variance control in the animal house. Nature, 182, 77-80 (with J.D. Biggers and Anne McLaren).

1958 The third stage in genetics. In A Century of Darwin, (ed S.A.Barnett), London: Heinemann.

1958 The growth and development of mice in three climatic environments. J. exp. Biol., 35, 144-155 (with J.D.Biggers, M.R.Ashoub and Anne McLaren).

1958 An effect of the uterine environment upon skeletal morphology in the mouse. Nature, 181, 1147-1148 (with Anne McLaren).

1958 The effect of the environment on phenotypic variability. Proc. Roy. Soc. B, 148, 192-203 (with M.R.Ashoub, J.D.Biggers and Anne McLaren).

1958 Factors affecting vertebral variation in mice. IV. Experimental analysis of the uterine basis of a maternal effect. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 6, 645-659 (with Anne McLaren).

1959 Studies on the transfer of fertilized mouse eggs to uterine foster-mothers. II. The effect of transferring large numbers of eggs. J. exp. Biol., 36, 40-50 (with Anne McLaren).

1959 The spacing of implantations in the mouse uterus. Mem. Soc. Endocrin. , 6, 65-75 (with Anne McLaren).

1959 Experiments with egg transfer in the mouse. Proc. Soc. Study Fertil., 10, 141-149 (with Anne McLaren).

1959 Superpregnancy in the mouse. I. Implantation and foetal mortality after induced superovulation in females of various ages. J. exp. Biol., 36, 281-300 (with Anne McLaren).

1959 Superpregnancy in the mouse. II. Weight gain during pregnancy. J. exp. Biol., 36, 301-314 (with Anne McLaren).

1959 Experimental studies on placental fusion in mice. J. exp. Zool., 141, 47-73 (with Anne McLaren).

1960 Congenital runts. In CIBA Foundation Symposium on Congenital Malformations, pp. 178-194 (with Anne McLaren).

1960 Foetal growth in the mouse. Proc. Roy. Soc. B, 153, 367-379 (with M.J.R. Healy and Anne McLaren).

1960 Control of pre-natal growth in mammals. Nature, 187, 363-365 (with Anne McLaren).

1961 Experiments on the maternal-foetal barrier in the mouse. I. A test for the transmission of maternal erythrocytes across the mouse placenta following X-irradiation. J.Embryol. exp. Morph., 9, 618-622 (with M. Finegold)

1961 Tests on the tolerance-inducing power of lethally irradiated spleen cells. Transpl. Bull., 27, 455-456 (with J.G. Howard).

1961 Splenomegaly as a host response in graft-versus-host disease. Brit. J. Exp. Path., 42, 478-485 (with J.G. Howard and M. Simonsen)

1961 An investigation of immunological tolerance based on chimaera analysis. Immunology, 4, 413-424 (with M.F.A. Woodruff and I.M. Zeiss).

1961 Choice of animals for bio-assay. Nature, 190, 891-894 (with J.D. Biggers and Anne McLaren).

1961 Experiments on the maternal-foetal barrier in the mouse. II A test for the transmission of maternal serum albumin into the foetal circulation following X-irradiation. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 9, 623-627 (with D.P. Knobel).

1962 Induction of transplantation immunity in the newborn mouse. Transpl. Bull., 29, 1-6 (with J.G. Howard).

1962 Transplantation tolerance and immunity in relation to age. In CIBA Foundation Symposium on Transplantation, Churchill, pp. 138-153 (with J.G. Howard and M.F.A. Woodruff).

1962 Induction of specific immunological tolerance of homografts in adult mice by sublethal irradiation and injection of donor type spleen cells in high dosage. Proc. Roy. Soc. B, 156, 280-288. (with M.F.A. Woodruff).

1962 Transplantation tolerance and immunological immaturity. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 99, 670-679 (with J.G. Howard).

1963 Specific and non-specific aspects of neonatal vaccination against graft-versus-host reaction. Transplantation, 1, 377-384 (with J.G. Howard).

1963 Nature of the systemic effect of litter size on gestation period. J. Reprod. Fertil., 6, 139-141 (with Anne McLaren).

1963 Transplantation immunology. Chapter II of Modern Trends in Immunology. London: Butterworth. pp. 226-250 (with J.G. Howard).

1964 The behaviour of chromosomes during meiosis (ch. 7), 193-204. The chemical nature of the hereditary material (ch. 8), 205-215. The gene (ch.10), 245-279. In An Introduction to Molecular Biology, (ed. G.H.Haggis), Longman Green & Co.

1965 Comparison of the CAM and splenomegaly systems of graft-versus-host assay in the chick embryo. Nature, 208, 53-54 (with L.W. Coppleson).

1966 A quantitative study of the chorioallantoic membrane reaction in the chick embryo. Proc. Roy. Soc. B, 163, 555-563 (with L.W. Coppleson).

1966 A strong selective effect associated with a histocompatibility gene in the rat. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 129, 88-93 (with N.F. Anderson).

1966 Party game model of biological replication. Nature, 212, 10-12 (with H.C. Longuet-Higgins).

1967 The biometrics of the spleen weight assay. In Handbook of Experimental Immunology , (ed. D.M. Weir), section 4, Ch. 29. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 969-987.

1968 BOXES as a model of pattern formation. In Towards a Theoretical Biology , (ed. C.H. Waddington), Vol. 1, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 206-215.

1998 Relationships between the developmental potential of human in-vitro fertilization embryos and features describing the embryo, oocyte and follicle. Human Reproduction Update,4, (2), 121-134 (with R.R. Saith, A. Srinivasan and I.L. Sargent)


1961 Trial and error. Science Survey , part 2, Harmondsworth: Penguin, pp. 129-145.

1962 Puzzle learning versus game-learning in studies of behaviour. In The Scientist Speculates, (ed I.J.Good), London: Heinemann, pp. 90-100.

1963 Experiments on the mechanization of game learning.1. Characterization of the model and its parameters. Computer Journal, 6, 232-236.

1964 High speed computing: its role in medical research. Lancet, 1, 33-35.

1964 Computers in medicine. Brit. Med. J., 1, 203-204.

1965 Report to the Royal Society on a visit to the USSR in December 1964. Exchange visits of Scientists between the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and the Royal Society., London: Royal Society.

1965 Computing Science in 1964: a pilot study of the state of University-based research in the United Kingdom. London: Science Research Council.

1966 Game-playing and game-learning automata. In Advances in Programming and Non-numerical Computation, (ed. L. Fox), Ch. 8, pp. 183-196.

1966 Experiments with the Graph Traverser program. Proc. Roy. Soc. A, 294, 235-259. (with J.E. Doran).

1967 Postgraduate training in machine intelligence. Computer Bulletin, 11, 228-234 (with J.S. Collins).

1967 Strategy-building with the Graph Traverser. In Machine Intelligence 1 , (eds. N.L. Collins and D. Michie). Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, pp. 135-152.

1967 Memo functions: a language feature with "rote-learning" properties. Research Memorandum MIP-R-29. Edinburgh: Department of Machine Intelligence & Perception.

1967 The two-armed bandit. Research Memorandum MIP-R-31 . Edinburgh: Department of Machine Intelligence & Perception.

1968 Are game-playing heuristics useful? ACM Sicart Newsletter, 9, 22-23.

1968 BOXES; an experiment in adaptive control. In Machine Intelligence 2 , (eds. E. Dale and D. Michie), Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, pp. 137-152 (with R.A. Chambers).

1968 A note on the measurement of heuristic power. ACM Sicart Newsletter , 8, 18-20.

1968 A comparison of heuristic, interactive and unaided methods of solving a shortest-route problem. In Machine Intelligence 3 , (ed. D. Michie), Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 245-255 (with J.G. Fleming and J.V. Oldfield).

1968 Memo functions and machine learning. Nature, 218, 19-22.

1968 Application of Burstall's control routine to conversational statistics. Research Memorandum MIP-R-39 . Edinburgh: Department of Machine Intelligence and Perception (with S. Weir).

1968 Multi-POP/4120: a cheap on-line system for numerical and non-numerical computing. Computer Bulletin, 12, 186-189 (with J.S. Collins, A.P. Ambler, R.M. Burstall, R.D. Dunn, D.J.S.Pullin and R.J. Popplestone).

1969 Man-machine co-operation on a learning task. In Computer Graphics: Techniques and Applications. (eds. R. Parslow, R. Prowse and R. Elliott Green). London: Plenum Publishing Co., pp 79-186 (with R.A. Chambers).

1969 'Local smoothing' in heuristic search. Research Memorandum MIP-R-68 , Edinburgh: Department of Machine Intelligence and Perception.

1969 A comparison of Powell's general-purpose function optimizing algorithm with that
of Hooke and Jeeves, using a real-time criterion. Research Memorandum MIP-R-36
(revised), Edinburgh: Department of Machine Intelligence and Perception (with R. Ross).

1969 An introduction to conversational computing. Mathematical Spectrum , 2, 7-14.

1970 Experiments with the adaptive Graph Traverser. In Machine Intelligence 5 , (eds. B. Meltzer and D. Michie) Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 301-318 (with R. Ross).

1970 Future for integrated cognitive systems. Nature, 228, 717-722.

1971 Tokyo-Edinburgh dialogue on robots in Artificial Intelligence research, (with H.G. Barrow, R.J. Popplestone and S.H. Salter) Computer Journal, 14, 91-95.

1971 Heuristic search. Computer Journal, 14 (1), 96.

1971 Formation and execution of plans by machine. In Artificial Intelligence and Heuristic Programming , (eds. N.V. Findler and B. Meltzer), Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 101-124.

1972 G-Deduction. In Machine Intelligence 7, (eds. B. Meltzer and D. Michie), Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 141-165 (with R. Ross and G.J. Shannan).

1973 Machines and the theory of intelligence. Nature, 241 , 507-512.

1973 Vision and manipulation as a programming problem. In Proceedings of the First Conference on Industrial Robot Technology, (eds. T.E. Brock and H.S. Stephens), Bedford: International Fluidics Services Ltd., pp. 185-190 (with A.P. Ambler, H.G. Barrow, R.M. Burstall, R.J. Popplestone and K.G. Turner).

1973 The Bletchley machines. In The Origins of Digital Computers: Selected Papers, (ed. B. Randell), New York: Springer-Verlag.

1974 Some binary derivation systems. J. Assoc. for Computing Machinery , 21, 175-190 (with E. Sibert).

1975 Memory mechanisms and machine learning. In Simple Nervous Systems , (ed.R. Newth and P.N.R. Usherwood), London: Edward Arnold, pp. 475-485 (with A.P. Ambler and R. Ross).

1975 Artificial intelligence in mass spectroscopy: a review of the Heuristic Dendral program. In Computers for Spectroscopists, (ed. R.A.G. Carrington), London: Adam Hilger, pp. 114-129 (with B.G. Buchanan).

1976 Life with intelligent machines. In Proceedings of the Seminar on the Use of Models in the Social Sciences, (ed. L. Collins), London: Tavistock Press.

1976 Measuring the knowledge-content of programs. Report No. UIU CD CS-R-76-786, Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois, Department of Computer Science.

1976 An advice-taking system for computer chess. Computer Bull., Ser.2, No. 10, 12-14.

1976 Bayes, Turing and the logic of corroboration. AISB European Newsletter, No. 23, 33-36.

1977 King and Rook against King: historical background and a problem on the infinite board. In Advances in Computer Chess 1 (ed. M. Clarke), Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 30-59.

1977 A theory of advice. In Machine Intelligence 8 (eds. E.W. Elcock and D. Michie), Chichester: Ellis Horwood; New York: John Wiley, pp 131-168.

1977 Improved resolution of a form of Mackie's paradox. Firbush News 8, (with I.J. Good).

1978 Pattern-based representation of chess end-game knowledge. Computer Journal, 21, (with I. Bratko, and D. Kopec).

1979 Memory trick for infeasible computations. Research Memorandum MIP-R-122, Edinburgh: Department of Machine Intelligence.

1979 Machine models of perceptual and intellectual skills. In Scientific Models and Man: the 1976 Herbert Spencer Lectures, (ed. H. Harris), Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 56-79.

1980 Expert Systems. Computer Journal, 23 (4), 369-376.

1980 Social aspects of artificial intelligence. In Micro-electronics and Society, (ed. T.V. Jones), Milton Keynes: Open University.

1980 Chess with computers. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews , 5 (3), 215-227.

1980 A representation for pattern-knowledge in chess endgames. In Advances in Computer Chess 2, (ed. M. Clarke), Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 31-56 (with I. Bratko).

1980 An advice program for a complex chess programming task. Computer Journal, 23 (4), 353-359 (with I. Bratko).

1981 Oddities of complexity. AISB Quarterly , 40-41 Spring/ Summer, pp. 23-25.

1981 A theory of evaluative comments in chess, with a note on minimaxing. Computer Journal, 24, 278-286.

1981 High-road and low-road programs. AI Magazine , 3 (1), 21-22.

1982 Experiments on the mechanization of game-learning. 2. Rule-based learning and the human window. Computer Journal , 25, 105-113.

1982 Computer chess and the humanisation of technology. Nature, 299, 391-394.

1982 Measuring the knowledge-content of expert programs. Bull. of the Inst. of Mathematics and its Applicns, 18 (11/12), 216-220.

1982 Information and complexity in chess. In Computer Chess 3 , (ed. M.R.B. Clarke), pp. 139-143, Oxford: Pergamon.

1982 'Mind-like' capabilities in computers: a note on computer induction. Cognition, 12(1), 97-108.

1983 Mismatch between machine representations and human concepts. Dangers and remedies. FAST series Report No. 9. (EUR 8426), Brussels: Commission of the European Communities (with D. Kopec).

1983 Game-playing programs and the conceptual interface. In Computer Game-Playing , (ed. M. Bramer), Chichester: Ellis Horwood.

1984 Automating the synthesis of expert knowledge. ASLIB Proceedings , 36 (9), 337-343.

1984 Towards learning plans and programs using computer induction. Technical Report , IBM Corporation Los Angeles Scientific Center, August 16 (with R. Dechter).

1985 Steps towards robot intelligence. Proceedings of the Royal Institution , 57, 151-165.

1985 Advances in knowledge engineering. In Handbook of Information Technology and Office Systems.

1985 EX-TRAN 7: a different approach for an expert system generator. Expert Systems and their Applications: 5th International Workshop, Avignon, 1, pp. 153-170 (with T. Hassan, M. A-Razzak and R.Pettipher).

1985 Expert systems and robotics. In Handbook of Industrial Robotics , (ed. S-Y Nof), Wiley, pp. 419-436.

1986 Computer chess. In Oxford Companion to the Mind, (ed. R.L. Gregory ), Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 155-157.

1986 Towards a knowledge accelerator. In Advances in Computer Chess 4, (ed D.F. Beal), Oxford: Pergamon, pp. 1-7

1986 A self-commenting facility for inductively synthesised endgame expertise. In Advances in Computer Chess 4, (ed D.F. Beal), Oxford: Pergamon, pp. 147-165, (with A. Shapiro).

1986 The superarticulacy phenomenon in the context of software manufacture. Proc. Roy. Soc. A, 405, 185-212.

1986 Case studies of building expert systems using Ex-Tran. In Proc.Conf. Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computer Technology , Wiesbaden (with M. A-Razzak, T. Hassan and A. Ahmad). Liphook: TCM Expositions

1987 Ideas on knowledge synthesis stemming from the KBBKN endgame. ICCA Journal , 10 (1), 3-13 (with I. Bratko).

1987 Current developments in expert systems. In Applications of Expert Systems, Vol. 1 (ed J.R. Quinlan), Addison-Wesley, pp. 137-156.

1988 Rulemaster: a second-generation knowledge engineering facility. In Microcomputer-based Expert Systems, pp. 182-188, IEEE Press, (with S. Muggleton, C. Riese and S. Zubrick).

1988 The Fifth Generation's unbridged gap. In The Universal Turing Machine: a Half-Century Survey, (ed. R. Herken,), Berlin: Kammerer & Unverzagt, also Oxford University Press. pp. 467-489.

1988 Generating expert rules from examples in Prolog. In Machine Intelligence 11, (eds J.E.Hayes, D Michie, and J Richards), Oxford: Oxford University Press pp. 289-304, (with B. Arbab).

1988 Machine learning in the next five years. Proc. Third European Working Session on Learning (EWSL '88), (ed. D.H.Sleeman) , London: Pitman, pp.107-122.

1989 Problems of computer-aided concept formation. In Applications of Expert Systems, Vol. 2 (ed J.R. Quinlan), Addison-Wesley, pp. 310-333.

1989 New commercial opportunities using information technology. Knowledge-based Systems: Third Internat. Congr.

1989 Brute force in chess and science. In: ICCA Journal, 12 (3), 127-143 (also in Marsland and Schaeffer (1990), see below).

1989 The Turing Institute: an experiment in co-operation. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 14 (2), 117-119.

1989 Application of machine learning to recognition and control. In Science & Technology No. 5 , University of Wales, pp. 23-28.

1989 An experimental comparison of human and machine learning formalisms. In Proc. Sixth Internat. Workshop on Machine Learning, (ed. A. Segre), Morgan Kaufman, pp. 113-118, (with S.H.Muggleton, M. Bain and J. E. Hayes Michie).

1989 Machines that learn and machines that teach. Proc. Second Scand. Conf. on Art. Intell. (SCAI'89), Tampere, Finland, pp. 2-26 (with M. Bain).

1989 Learning by teaching. Proc. Second Scand. Conf. on Art. Intell, (SCAI'89) , Tampere, Finland, pp. 413-436 (with A. Paterson and J.E.Hayes).

1990 Personal models of rationality. J. Statist. Planning and Inference , Special Issue on Foundations and Philosophy of Probability and Statistics, 21, 381-399.

1990 Machine executable skills from "silent" brains. In Research and Development in Expert Systems VII . pp. 1-24, Cambridge University Press (for the British Computer Society).

1990 Human and machine learning of descriptive concepts. ICOT Journal. March, pp. 11-20.

1990 Brute force in chess and science. In Chess, Computers and Cognition, (eds. T.A. Marsland and J. Schaeffer), pp. 82-111.

1990 Cognitive models from subcognitive skills. In Knowledge-based Systems in Industrial Control , (ed. Grimble, M., McGhee, S. and Mowforth, P.), Peter Peregrinus, pp. 71-99, (with M. Bain and J. E. Hayes Michie).

1991 Use of sequential Bayes with class probability trees. In Machine Intelligence 12, (eds. J. E. Hayes, D. Michie and E. Tyugu). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 187-202 (with A. Al-Attar).

1991 Machine intelligence and the human window. Applied Artificial Intell., 5, 1-10.

1991 Expert systems: the end of the beginning. AI and Society (Springer International), 5, 142-147.

1991 Experiments in rule-based control: beyond the neural paradigm for machine learning. In Proc. Japan Soc. AI, (ed. K. Murakami), Tokyo.

1991 Controlling a "black box" simulation of a space craft. AI Magazine, 12, 56-63, (with C. Sammut).

1991 Methodologies for machine learning in data analysis and software. Computer Journal, 34, 559-565.

1992 Machine acquisition of concepts from sample data. In Intelligent Tutoring Systems, (ed. D. Kopec), Ellis Horwood, pp. 1-27 (with M. Bain).

1992 Learning to fly. In Proc 9th Internat. Machine Learning Conf (ML92), (ed. D.H.Sleeman), San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann (with C.Sammut, S. Hurst, and D.Kedzier).

1993 Turing's Test and conscious thought, Artificial Intelligence, 60 (10), 1-22. Reprinted as Chapter 2 of Machines and Thought. Vol. 1 (eds. P.J.R. Millican and A. Clark), Oxford University Press, pp. 27-51, 1996.

1993 Knowledge, learning and machine intelligence. In Intelligent Systems ‹ Concepts and Applications, (ed. L. S. Sterling). Plenum Publishing Corp., pp.1-9.

1994 Building symbolic representations of intuitive real-time skills from performance data. In Machine Intelligence 13, (eds. K. Furukawa, D.Michie and S. Muggleton). Oxford: OUP, pp. 385-418 (with R. Camacho).

1994 Machine learning of rules and trees. In Machine Learning, Neural and Statistical Classification, (eds. D.Michie, D.J.Spiegelhalter and C.C.Taylor), Ellis Horwood, pp. 50-83 (wIth C. Feng).

1994 Consciousness as an engineering issue, Part 1. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 1 (2), 182-95.

1995 Problem decomposition and the learning of skills. In Machine Learning: ECML-95, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 912, (eds. N. Lavrac and S. Wrobel), Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer Verlag, pp. 17-31.

1995 Consciousness as an engineering issue, Part 2. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 2 (1), 52-66.

1995 Game mastery and intelligence. In Machine Intelligence 14, (eds. K. Furukawa, D. Michie and S. Muggleton), Oxford University Press, pp. 3-27.

1995 Behavioural clones and cognitive skill models. In Machine Intelligence 14, (eds K. Furukawa, D. Michie and S. Muggleton), Oxford University Press (with C. Sammut), pp. 387-395.

1995 "Strong AI": an adolescent disorder. Informatica, 19, 461-468.
Reprinted as Chapter 1 of Mind versus Computer (eds. M. Gams, M. Paprzycki and Wu, X.) IOS Press, 1997, pp. 1-8.

1997 AI and the information society. Engin. Sci and Educ. Jour., February, pp. 4-8.

1997 Simulator-mediated acquisition of a dynamic control skill. Proc. IFAC Conf. on Automated Systems Based on Human Skill, (with J.E. Hayes Michie) pp. 17-21.

1997 Machine intelligibility and the duality principle. BT Technol. J., 14 (4) (with S. Muggleton).
Reprinted in Software Agents and Soft Computing , Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 1198 (eds. H. S. Nwana and N. Azarmi), Springer, pp.277 - 299.

1998 Learning concepts from data. In Expert Systems with Applications. Elsevier Science Ltd.

2001 Return of the imitation game. Electronic Transactions in Artificial Intelligence, 5-B2(024) pp. 203-221.

2002 Colossus and the breaking of the wartime "Fish" codes. Cryptologia, 24 (1), 17- 58.

In Press: General Report on Tunny 1945 (with I.J Good and G. Timms) eds. W. Diffie, J.V. Field and J.A Reeds, MIT Press, 550 pages.


Computer Programming for Schools: first steps in Algol, Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd (with A. Ortony and R.M. Burstall).
On Machine Intelligence. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New York: John Wiley.
Machine Intelligence and Related Topics. London and New York: Gordon and Breach.
The Creative Computer. Harmondsworth: Viking (with R. Johnston).
On Machine Intelligence. (2nd Edition, revised and expanded), Chichester: Ellis Horwood.

Prof. Donald Michie
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