Gary Durbin, Todd Kinney, et al. Computer Science & Technology, Guidelines on Major Job Accounting Systems: The System Management Facilities (SMF) for IBM Systems under OS/MVT. NBS Special Publication 500-40, U.S. Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, October 1978.
Articles (Partial List)
Gary Durbin, “Role Based Self Service.” IHRIM Go-to-Guides, The e-Merging Technologies Series, International Association for Human Resource Information Management, Sponsored by PeopleSoft, 2003, Published for IHRIM Press by Rector Duncan.
Gary Durbin, “In Defense of Time,” IHRIM Journal, A Quarterly Journal of the International Association for Human Resource Information Management, January 2003.
Gary Durbin, “Organizational Knowledge as a Web Application,” IHRIM Journal, A Quarterly Journal of the International Association for Human Resource Information Management, March 2000.
Karen Beaman, Gary Durbin, et al., “HR’s Role in Automating the Workplace, Visions of the Future,” IHRIM Journal, A Quarterly Journal of the International Association for Human Resource Information Management, September 1999.
Gary Durbin, “Cost Factors in Downsizing HR Applications,” Handbook of Human Resource Information Systems, 1993 Supplement, Albert L. Lederer Editor, Warren Gorham Lamont, Boston, MA, 1993.
Gary Durbin, “Should I Buy Applications Software or Develop It In-house?” Computerworld, March 10,1986.
Gary Durbin, “Has the Human Resource MIS Arrived,” Software News, March 1984
U.S. Patent No. 7,603,396
U.S. Patent No. 7,979,463
Database system and method for access control and workflow routing
U.S. Patent No. 4,970,658, November 13, 1990
Knowledge Engineering Tool. A software system for distributed inference on massively parallel computers.
Here’s an interesting article on patents in artificial intelligence: Trends in Artificial Intelligence This article provides a good view of the history of AI all the way back to 1956. Their description of the AI winter from 1987 to 1993 corresponds with my experience. The Knowledge Engineering Tool was invented in 1987 and the patent issued in 1990. By the time the patent issued, many of the companies that made the kinds of machines the software could use were gone.
U.S. Patent No. 4,933,842, June 12, 1990
Automated Investment Fund Accounting System. A software system for managing complex funds using time-based transactions.