Shaw Technologies employees have contributed to a number of different types of papers, including doctoral dissertations, US patents, refereed journals, refereed conference articles, technical reports, and trade journal articles. Below is a list of these publications:

Xipeng Shen, Jonathan Shaw, Brian Meeker, Chen Ding, “Locality Approximation Using Time”, in the Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages, Nice, France, January 2007.

Xipeng Shen, Jonathan Shaw, Brian Meeker, “Accurate Approximation of Locality from Time Distance Histograms”, TR902, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, July 2006.

Xipeng Shen, Jonathan Shaw, Brian Meeker, Chen Ding, “Locality Approximation using Time”, TR901, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, July 2006.

Jonathan Shaw, “Unifying Perception and Curiosity”, TR897 and Ph.D. Thesis, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, March 2006.

Jonathan Shaw, “Predictive Coding with Temporal Invariance”, TR859, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, March 2005.

Jonathan Shaw, “Predictive Action”, TR858, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, March 2005.

Jonathan Shaw, “Temporal Sparse Coding with Spiking Neurons without Synfire Chains”, TR834, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, March 2004.

Jonathan Shaw and John Shaw, “Jitter-corrected spectrum analyzer”, US Patent 6651016, November 18, 2003.

John Shaw et al, “Light-beam streaking employing crystal with traveling lens and multiple cross-crystal reflections”, US Patent 6651016, 2003

John Shaw et al, “Electro-convulsive therapy (ECT) system with enhanced safety features”, US Patent 6014587, 2000

Brian Krejcarek and Jonathan Shaw, “Constructing H.323 Stacks for VoIP Designs”, Communication Systems Design, November 2000.

John Shaw et al, “Electro-convulsive therapy (ECT) system with enhanced safety features”, US Patent 5755744, 1998

John Shaw, Michael C. Mulder, and Charles Meeker, “Mathematical Model of a Multi-Segment, Multi-Joint Biped: Summary and Observations”, submitted to the 1991 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation Sept. 1990.

Michael C. Mulder, John Shaw, and Neldon Wagner, “Dynamic Stability in Bipedal Motion: Adaptive Control Strategies for Balance and Controlled Motion”, presented at the NSF Design and Manufacturing Systems Conference, Jan. 1990.

John Shaw, Ming Hsu, Michael Mulder, Neldon Wagner, and Norman L. Kerth, “Bipedal Balancing: A New Approach”, presented at the Second International Conference on Robotics and Factories of the Future, July 1987.

John Shaw, Michael Mulder, “Robotic Balancing by Internal Motion”, Proposal to the National Science Foundation, Jan. 1987.

John Shaw, “Single and Dual Gate GaAs FET Modeling”, for Tektronix Inc., Aug. 1985.

John Shaw, “Electroluminescent Display Panel Drive Schemes”, for Planar Systems, May 1985.

John Shaw, “Design Study of 100 Watt C. W. YAG Laser”, for Electro-Scientific Industries, Aug. 1984.

John Shaw, “Theoretical and Experimental Analyses of Automated Focusing Techniques for Gaussian Beams”, for Electro-Scientific Industries, Mar. 1984.

John Shaw, “Effects of Polarizer Birefringence on On-axis and Off-axis Switching Characteristics of the Full Color Color Shutter (FCCS)”, Tektronix ARG Technical Report No. TR/IRL/DR-82-004, August 25, 1982.

Richard A. Elliott, Gail A. Massey, John B. Shaw, “Light-Beam Streaking Employing Crystal with Traveling Lens and Multiple Cross-Crystal Reflections”, U.S. Patent No. 4,283,122, August 11, 1982.

John Shaw, “Analysis of ITO Resistivity Effects in Various Electrode Geometries in the Color Shutter System”, Tektronix Technical Report #121, August 1980.

Richard A. Elliott and John B. Shaw, “Electrooptic Streak Camera: theoretical analysis”, Applied Optics, 18, 1025, (1979).

John B. Shaw and Gail A. Massey, “Temperature and Wavelength Dependent Properties of Multiplate Reflectors”, IEEE J. Quantum Electronics, QE-13, 950 (1977).