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The following research work has been published:

  1. Gray, P. N. and Gray, X. (2013): New Normal Legal Practice: automated legal services online? A special book review of Peter Hinssen, The New Normal (2010), Part 3, Computers and Law Journal, issues 84, 2013.

  2. Gray, P. N. and Gray, X. (2012): New Normal Legal Practice: automated legal services online? A special book review of Peter Hinssen, The New Normal (2010), Parts 2, Computers and Law Journal, issues 83, September 2012.

  3. Gray, P. N. and Gray, X. (2012): New Normal Legal Practice: automated legal services online? A special book review of Peter Hinssen, The New Normal (2010), Parts 1, Computers and Law Journal, issue 82, April 2012.

  4. Gray, P. N., Gray, X. and Zeleznikow, J. (2012): Supporting Peace Negotiation with Superexpertise, Sydney Peace prize paper - nomination of Xenogene Gray

  5. Gray, X. (2011): An exploration of superexpertise, M.Phil. Thesis, Macquarie University

  6. Gray, P. N. and Gray. X. (2011): Quality Controlled Government with Spherical Logic, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 5, Issue 10, pp.271-284.

  7. Gray, P. N., Gray, X. and Zeleznikow, J. (2011): Supporting the Harvard Model of Principled Negotiation with Superexpertise, in W. Abramowicz, L. Maciaszek, K. Wecel (Eds.): BIS 2011 Workshops, LNBIP 97, pp. 301-312, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

  8. Gray, P. N. and Carrigan, A. (2010): Financial Services and Consumer Protection, Social Science Research Network

  9. Gray, P. N. and Gray, X. (2009): The Science of Intelligence for Big, Complex Work, International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning, Vol 2, No 2, pp. 13-19.

  10. Gray, P. N., Gray, X. and Zeleznikow, J. (2009): Intelligent Negotiation Technology, in Proceedings of the Workshop on Legal and Negotiation Decision Support Systems, International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, Autonomous University of Barcelona.

  11. Gray, P. N. and Gray, X. (2009): Limited Freehold for Minimization of Mortgage Debt and Systematic Environmental Administration, Social Science Research Network

  12. Gray, P. N. and Gray, X. (2008): The Science of Intelligence for Big, Complex Work, International Conference on E-Learning in the Workplace, in Conference Proceedings CD, Columbia University, New York.

  13. Gray, P. N. and Gray, X. (2008): The Chair of Artificial Legal Intelligence, 4th AIJA (Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration) Law & Technology Conference

  14. Gray, P. N. and Gray, X. (2008): eGanges - quality control logic for profit and non-profit purposes, QUT School of Accountancy Research Seminar Series, Semester Two 2008.

  15. Gray, P. N. and Gray, X. (2008): The Chair of Artificial Legal Intelligence, Computers and Law Journal, No. 73, September 2008

  16. Gray, P. N., Gray, X. and Zeleznikow, J. (2007): Negotiating Logic: For richer or poorer, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, Stanford University, ACM.

  17. Gray, P. N. (2007): Ontology of Legal Possibilities and Legal Potentialities in Proceedings of the Workshop on Legal Ontologies and Artificial Intelligence Techniques, International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, Stanford University.

  18. Gray, P. N. (2007): Legal Knowledge Engineering Methodology for Large Scale Expert Systems Vol 1 and 2, PhD thesis, University of Western Sydney

  19. Gray, P. N. (2007): PDA business logic for informed decisionmaking: IAS 24 International Review of Business Research Papers, September

  20. Gray, P. N., Gray, X. and Richards, D. (2007): Godel, Escher, Bach and Superexpertise, KSEM07 Lecture Notes on Artificial Intelligence, Springer

  21. Gray, P. N., Gray, X. and Treanor, L. M. (2007): Clues, Cues, Combinatorics and Super-agile Management Androgogy, in Proceedings of the International Business Research Conference, University of Technology, Sydney

  22. Gray, P. N. (2007): Ontology of Legal Possibilities and Legal Potentialities, Working Paper, Faculty of Business, Charles Sturt University.

  23. PDA business logic for informed decisionmaking: IAS 24 (2006)

  24. Vocational androgogy for law and business logic (2006)

  25. Handheld intelligence for contemporary free trade (2006)

  26. eGanges: Pervasive Peacemaker (2006)

  27. Ontology and Epistemology in Legal Knowledge Engineering (2005)

  28. eGanges epistemology and case reasoning (2005)

  29. eGanges: computational legal pedagogy (2005)

  30. eGanges: A Mobile Pedagogy (2005)

  31. eGanges and financial spaghetti: freedom and security (2005)

  32. Intellectual Artefacts of Expert Systems Meta-epistemology (2004)

  33. A Map-Based Expert-Friendly Shell (2003)

  34. The Fraunce (1588) model of case-based reasoning (2003)

  35. Three Dimensional Legal Logic and Standardisation of Legal Knowledge Engineering Instructions (1998), First published in Computers and Law Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Computers and L aw Societies, No. 39 December 1999.

  36. Gray, P. N. (1990): Choice and Jurisprudential Systems, Volumes 1 and 2, LLM thesis, University of Sydney

  37. CLIMS (Contract Law Information Management System) Pilot - automatable law, published in 1988 in the Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on Computers and Law, Rome, Italy.