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Chapman, D.A.; Davies, P.A. and Monk, J. (2002). Code-division multiple-access in an optical fiber LAN with amplified bus topology: the SLIM bus. IEEE Transactions on Communications, 50(9) pp. 1405–1408. file

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Ferreira, Giselle and Monk, John (2009). Using drama to introduce ethics to technology students and practitioners. In: 10th Annual Conference of the HEA Subject Centre for ICS, 25-27 Aug 2009, Canterbury. file

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Holt, A.; Huang, C. Y.; Bartels, S. and Monk, J. (2008). Monitoring large management domains with mobile agents. Mediterranean Journal of Computers and Networks, 4(1) pp. 13–19.

Holt, A.; Huang, C-Y. and Monk, J. (2007). Performance analysis of mobile agents. IET Communications, 1(3) pp. 532–538.

Holt, A.G.; Huang, C.-Y. and Monk, J. (2006). World-Wide Web mirrors: likelihood of stale content. Electronics Letters, 42(23) pp. 1369–1371.

Huang, Chi-Yu; Holt, Alan; Monk, John and Cheng, Kai (2006). The application of dependency management in an integrated manufacturing network framework. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

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Kear, Karen; Monk, John and Herman, Clem (2002). Cyborgs in groups. In: ALT-C 2002: learning technologies for communication, 9-11 Sep 2002, Sunderland, UK.

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Monk, John (2013). Arrows can be dangerous. tripleC, 11(1) pp. 67–92.

Monk, John (2012). Creating reality. In: Bissell, Chris and Dillon, Chris eds. Ways of Thinking, Ways of Seeing: Mathematical and Other Modelling in Engineering and Technology. Automation, Collaboration, & E-Services (1). Berlin: Springer, pp. 1–28.

Monk, John (2011). Bodies, machines and politics. In: Hughes, Rolf and Sundén, Jenny eds. Second Nature: Origins and Originality in Art, Science, and New Media. Stockholm: Axl Books, pp. 29–58.

Monk, John (2011). Signs and signals. In: Ramage, Magnus and Chapman, David eds. Perspectives on Information. Routledge Studies in Library and Information Science. Abingdon, UK and New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 51–64.

Monk, John (2009). Ethics, engineers and drama. Science and Engineering Ethics, 15(1) pp. 111–123. file

Monk, John (2008). Emotion, engineering and ethics. In: WPE-2008 Workshop on Philosophy and Engineering, 10-12 November 2008, Royal Academy of Engineering, Carlton House Terrace, London. file

Monk, John (2008). Technology Games. In: WPE-2008 Workshop on Philosophy and Engineering, 10-12 November 2008, Royal Academy of Engineering, Carlton House Terrace, London. file

Monk, John and Ferreira, Giselle (2008). Resources for an experimental course in ethics. In: WPE-2008 Workshop on Philosophy and Engineering, 10-12 November 2008, Royal Academy of Engineering, Carlton House Terrace, London. file

Monk, John (2007). Belosimania. In: One Minute Videos, 10 & 24 Nov 2007, Tate Modern, London, UK.

Monk, John (2006). Skills in Ethics for Engineers. In: Teaching Engineering Ethics Workshop (Royal Academy of Engineering/Engineering Professors' Council), 29 Mar 2006, London, UK. file

Monk, John (2005). The role of language in engineering competence. In: International Conference on Engineering Education and Research, 1-5 March 2005, Tainan, Taiwan. file

Monk, John (2005). Assessment of work-based reports: an analysis of assessment frameworks. In: International Conference on Engineerng Education and Research, 1-5 March 2005, Tainan, Taiwan. file

Monk, John (2005). Responses to Reith Lectures 2005: The Triumph of Technology. In: open2 forum for the 2005 Reith Lectures: The Triumph of Technology, April-May 2005, On-line. file

Monk, John (2003). Working in the dark. In: International Conference on Engineering Education, 22-26 Jul 2003, Valencia, Spain. file

Monk, John (2003). The Myth of Originality. In: Monk, John and Hughes, Rolf eds. Hybrid Thought. Milton Keynes, UK/Stockholm, Sweden: Department of Telematics, in conjunction with Metamorphosis, Centre for Writing and Performance Research, pp. 9–39. file

Monk, John (2003). Ceremonies and Models. In: Gullstrom-Hughes, Rolf and Monk, John eds. The Book of models: ceremonies, metaphor, performance., Volume 2nd ed. Milton Keynes, UK and Stockholm, Sweden: Department of Telematics/Metamorphosis - Centre for Writing and Performance Research, pp. 33–46. file

Monk, John (2003). Closure: A response to Miroslav Holub. In: Gullstrom-Hughes, Rolf and Monk, John eds. The Book of models: ceremonies, metaphor, performance. 2nd edition. Milton Keynes, UK and Stockholm, Sweden: Department of Telematics/Metamorphosis - Centre for Writing and Performance Research, pp. 195–203. file

Monk, John (2002). Risk: a fiction. In: International Summer Academy on Technology Studies: Technology and the Public, 7–12 Jul, 2002, Deutschlandsberg, Austria. file

Monk, John (2002). The Language of the cybersouls. In: B10c Seminar: What's Technology and What Shapes it?, 8 March 2002, Lampeter, UK. file

Monk, John (2002). Components for oversampled signal processors. In: International Conference on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Science, 27-28 March 2002, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan. file

Monk, John (2001). Rhetorical Determinism. In: 5th Conference of the European Sociological Association, 28 Aug - 1 Sep 2001, Helsinki, Finland. file

Monk, John (2001). Plato, the designers and engineers. In: International Summer Academy on Technological Studies, July, 2001, Deutschlandsberg, Austria. file

Monk, John (2001). Book Review of Stefan Helmreich's 'Silicon Second Nature: culturing artificial life in a digital world'. The European Legacy, 6(3) pp. 412–414.

Monk, John (2001). Digital myths. In: 6th International Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI); Twentieth Century European Narratives: Tradition & Innovation, 16-21 August 1998, Haifa, Israel. file

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Walker, Mark; Bissell, Christopher and Monk, John (2010). The PLC: a logical development. Measurement and Control, 43(9) pp. 280–284. file

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