The UC Irvine Libraries support
the Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series by providing a bibliography
of the works of each Fellow. The bibliographies are available in print
at the Langson and Science Libraries and at each public event.
2002 - 2003
David R. Jefferson
UC Irvine Chancellor's Distinguished Fellow
A Selective Bibliography: The UC Irvine Libraries
November 5, 2002
Julia Gelfand, Applied Sciences & Engineering Librarian
The UC Irvine Libraries
"Artificial Life as a Tool for Biological Inquiry," (April
1994) with Charles Taylor, Artificial Life 1,1:
"Dynamic Load Management in the Time Warp Operating System," with
Peter L. Reiher
(June 1990) Transactions of the Society for Computer Simulation 7,2: 91-120.
"Lek Formation by Female choice: A Simulation Study," (1990)
with Robert Gibson and Charles Taylor, Journal of the International
Society for Behavioral Ecology 1,1: 36-42.
"The Performance of Distributed Combat Simulation with the Time
Warp Operating System," with collaborators (Sept 1989) Concurrency,
Practice and Experience 1,1: 35-50.
"Maintenance and Breakdown of the Hydra-Chlorella Symbiosis:
A Computer Model," with Taylor, Charles E. and Muscatine, L.,
(Dec 22, 1989) Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, Series B:
B238 # 1292: 277-289.
"Habitat-Dependent Dispersal of Drosophila Obscura and D. Subobscura
with Taylor, Charles, and Burla, Hans, (1987) Genetica Iberica 39,
"Virtual Time," (July 1985) ACM Transactions on Programming
Languages and Systems (TOPLAS) 7,3: 404-425.
"AntFarm: A Progress Report," with Collins, Robert in Langton,
Chris, ed., Artificial Life II: Emergence and Evolution of Life-Life
Forms in Human-Made Environments. Redwood City, CA: Addison-Wesley,
1991: 579-602. Call #: Science Library QH324.5 A75 1991
"Evolution as a Theme in Artificial Life," Ibid, 549-578.
"RAM: Artificial Life for the Exploration of Complex Biological
Systems," with Taylor, Charles E., Turner, Scott and Goldman,
Seth R. in Artificial Life: SFI Studies in the Sciences of Complexity.
Redwood City, CA: Addison-Wesley, 1989.
"The Status of the Time Warp Operating Systems, in Proceedings
of the Third Conference on Hypercube Multiprocessors, Pasadena, CA,
"Synchronization in Distributed Simulation," Proceedings
of the American Society for Mechanical Engineers International Computers
in Engineering Conference, Boston, MA, August 1985.
"Computer Simulation of Insecticide Resistance," Proceedings
of the Conference on Mathematical Models of Renewable Resources, Vol.
III, University of California, Davis, June 1984.
Selective Conference Proceedings and Papers
"Virtual Time II: The Cancelback Protocol for Storage Management
in Time Warp," Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on the Principles
of Distributed Computing, Quebec City, Quebec, August 1990.
"Neural Representations for Artificial Organisms," with
Collins, Robert, in Proceedings of Conference on Parallel Problem Solving
from Nature, University of Dortmund, Germany, October 1990.
"Performance of the Colliding Pucks Simulation on the Time Warp
Operating System," (Part 2: A Detailed Analysis)," Proceedings
of the SCS Summer Computer Simulation Conference, Austin, Texas, July
1989. And "Part I: Asynchronous Behavior and Sectoring," in
Unger, Brian, Simulation Series, 21:2: Society for Computer Simulation,
San Diego, CA., 1989.
"Transparent Process Cloning: A Tool for Load Management of Distributed
Programs, " with Goldberg, Art, Proceedings of the 1987 International
Conference on Parallel Process, August 1987.
"Time Warp on the Hypercube: A Progress Report," with Beckman,
Brian, Second Conference on Hypercube Multiprocessors, Knoxville, TN,
"UCLA Connection Machine," with Taylor, Charles E., UCLA
Cognitive Science Research Program Tech Report # UCLA-CSRP-90-12, May
"Distributed Simulation and the Time Warp Operating System," with
Beckman, Brian, et al., UCLA Computer Science Department 1987, CSE
"Fast Concurrent Simulation Using the Time Warp Method, Part
I: Local Control," with Sowizral, Henry. Rand Note N-1906-AF,
Report from the California Task Force on Internet Voting, January
California Internet Voting Standards Draft Comments, 2000
"Is Internet Voting Safe?" July 6, 2000
"ATM Network for Voting: A Nonstarter," December 20, 2000
Risks Digest (21.15), http://catless.ncl.ac.uk/Risks/21.15.html
"Proceed Cautiously with Internet Voting," with Kim Alexander,
San Jose Mercury News Op Ed, May 16, 2000:6B (available online)
"Method and Apparatus for Correlating Real-Time Audience Feedback
with Segments of Broadcast Programs;" Patent # 6,134,531 issued
to Inventors including Glenn Trewitt, Raymond Stata, & Ed Gould
October 17, 2000 and assigned to Digital Equipment Corp.
"Type Reduction and Program Verification," Carnegie-Mellon
University, 1980. UMI # AAT 8021191.
Honors and Awards
2002 Webby Award Nominee in Politics and Law category
Campaigns and Elections Best Sites of 2000 - www.calvoter.org named
the best state election site by Campaigns and Elections Magazine, January
1999 Webby Award Winner in Politics and Law category
1999 Computerworld Smithsonian Award Nominee becoming part of the
Smithsonian Institution's Permanent Research Collection on Information
1997 Webby Award Nominee in the Politics and Law category
1996 National Information Infrastructure Award Semifinalist and honored
as an organization that represents the best uses of the Internet and
other networking technologies for the 1995 San Francisco Campaign Finance
Database created by Glenn Trewitt and Jefferson
R&D Award for Top 100 R&D Projects in the United States, 1990
Award for "Time Warp Operating System" with Peter Reiher and Brian
Beckman of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Most Original Paper Award for "Virtual Time," August 1983
International Conference on Parallel Processing, Bellaire, MI,
Additional Web Presence
Peer Review Committee, Federal; Voting Assistance Program, March 14,
First Major Study of the Prospect of Internet Voting in Public Elections
, for California Secretary of State's Task Force on Internet Voting,
May 199-January 2000
California Voter Foundation, 1998-2000