Kirkland, A., & Gordon, M. (forthcoming). A visual workflow for cataloging. In Universal Design for Learning in academic libraries: Theory into practice. Association of College and Research Libraries.
Shirai, S., Seneviratne, O., Gordon, M., Chen, C., McGuinness, D. (2021 January). Identifying Ingredient Substitutions Using a Knowledge Graph of Food. In Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence: AI in Food, Agriculture and Water.
Santos, H., Mulvehill, A., Erickson, J. S., McCusker, J. P., Gordon, M., Xie, O., ... & Berlinsky, A. (2020, November). A Semantic Framework for Enabling Radio Spectrum Policy Management and Evaluation. In International Semantic Web Conference (pp. 482-498). Springer, Cham.
Gordon, M. (2010). Stage scheduling for CPU-intensive servers (No. UCAM-CL-TR-781). University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory.
Gordon, M. (2007). Twisted in knots [a review of Twisted Network Programming Essentials by Abe Fettig]. IEEE Distributed Systems Online, (3), 5.
Gordon, M. (2006). Small-scale peer-to-peer overlays. ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review, 40(3), 45-48.
Hupfeld, F., & Gordon, M. (2006, November). Using distributed consistent branching for efficient reconciliation of mobile workspaces. In 2006 International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing (pp. 1-9). IEEE.
Gordon, M. (2005). An introduction to network programming the Python way [a review of Foundations of Python Network Programming by John Goerzen]. IEEE Distributed Systems Online, 6(10).
Gordon, M. (2004). A Textbook for the Semantic Web [a review of Knowledge Representation by John Sowa]. IEEE Distributed Systems Online, (1), 6.
Gordon, M. (2004). An introduction to RDF technologies: Too little, too soon [a review of Practical RDF by Shelley Powers]. IEEE Distributed Systems Online, (8), 5.
Paprzycki, M., Gilbert, A., & Gordon, M. (2002, October). Knowledge representation in the agent-based travel support system. In International Conference on Advances in Information Systems (pp. 232-241). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.