• M. L. Brodie, “Que Sera, Sera: The Coincidental Confluence of Economics, Business, and Collaborative Computing,” Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Data Engineering, Sydney, Austrialia, March 23-26, 1999.
  • M. L. Brodie, “Silver Bullet Shy on Legacy Mountain: When Neat Technology Just Doesn’t Work – or – Miracles to Save the Realm: Faustian Bargains or Noble Pursuits,” Conceptual Modeling – ER ’97, 16th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Los Angeles, California, USA, November 3-5, 1997, Proceedings, 1997.
  • M. L. Brodie, “Putting Objects to Work On A Massive Scale,” in Methodologies for Intelligent Systems, Z. W. Ras and M. Michalewicz, Eds. Springer-Verlag, 1996, pp. 1–18.
  • M. L. Brodie and M. Stonebraker, Legacy Information Systems Migration: Gateways, Interfaces, and the Incremental Approach. Morgan Kaufmann, 1995.
  • M. L. Brodie, “The Promise of Distributed Computing and the Challenges of Legacy Information Systems,” in Advances in object-oriented database systems, vol. 130, no. 11, A. Dogac, M. T. Özsu, T. Sellis, and A. Biliris, Eds. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, 1994, pp. 251–286.
  • M. L. Brodie and M. Stonebraker, “DARWIN: On the Incremental Migration of Legacy Information Systems,” Distributed Object Computing Group, GTE Laboratories Inc., Waltham, MA, Mar. 1993.
  • J. Mylopoulos and M. L. Brodie, “Artificial Intelligence and Databases: Dawn, Midday, or Sunset,” Canadian Information Processing Society, Aug. 1992.
  • M. L. Brodie and S. Ceri, “On Intelligent and Cooperative Information Systems,” International Journal of Intelligent and Cooperative Information Systems, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 249–290, Jun. 1992.
  • M. L. Brodie, “The Promise of Distributed Computing and the Challenges of Legacy Systems,” Advanced Database Systems, 10th British National Conference on Databases, BNCOD 10, Aberdeen, Scotland, July 6-8, 1992, Proceedings, pp. 1–28, 1992.
  • M. L. Brodie, “The Promise of Distributed Computing and the Challenges of Legacy Information Systems,” Proceedings of the IFIP WG 2.6 Database Semantics Conference on Interoperable Database Systems (DS-5), Lorne, Victoria, Australia, 16-20 November 1992, pp. 1–31, 1992.
  • J. Mylopoulos and M. L. Brodie, “Knowledge Bases and Databases: Current Trends and Future Directions,” in Information Systems and Artificial Intelligence, vol. 474, D. Karagiannis, Ed. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1990, pp. 153–180.
  • J. Mylopoulos and M. L. Brodie, Eds., Readings in Artificial Intelligence and Databases. San Mateo: Morgan Kaufmann, 1989.
  • M. L. Brodie, “Future Intelligent Information Systems: AI and Database Technologies Working Together,” in Readings in Artificial Intelligence and Databases, J. Mylopoulos and M. L. Brodie, Eds. San Mateo: Morgan Kaufmann, 1989.
  • M. L. Brodie, “Personal Statement,” in Readings in Artificial Intelligence and Databases, J. Mylopoulos and M. L. Brodie, Eds. San Mateo: Morgan Kaufmann, 1989.
  • M. L. Brodie, “Future Intelligent Information Systems: AI and Database Technologies Working Together,” in Proceedings of the 7th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 1988, pp. 844–845.
  • M. L. Brodie, “Large-scale Knowledge-Based Systems: Concluding Remarks and Technological Challenges,” in On Knowledge Base Management Systems: Integrating Artificial Intelligence and Database Technologies, M. L. Brodie and J. Mylopoulos, Eds. New York: Springer, 1986.
  • M. L. Brodie, “Knowledge Bases versus Databases,” in On Knowledge Base Management Systems: Integrating Artificial Intelligence and Database Technologies, M. L. Brodie and J. Mylopoulos, Eds. New York: Springer, 1986, pp. 83–86.
  • M. L. Brodie and J. Mylopoulos, “Knowledge Bases and Databases: Semantic vs. Computational Theories of Information,” in New Directions for Database Systems, G. Ariav and J. Clifford, Eds. New Jersey: Ablex Publishing Company, 1986, pp. 186–218.
  • M. L. Brodie and J. Mylopoulos, Eds., “On Knowledge Base Management Systems: Integrating Artificial Intelligence and Database Technologies,” New York: Springer, 1986.
  • M. L. Brodie, J. Mylopoulos, and J. W. Schmidt, Eds., On Conceptual Modelling: Perspectives from Artificial Intelligence, Databases, and Programming Languages. Springer, 1984.
  • M. L. Brodie, “Association: A Database Abstraction for Semantic Modelling,” Entity-Relationship Approach to Information Modeling and Analysis, pp. 577–602, 1983.
  • M. L. Brodie and E. Silva, “Active and Passive Component Modelling: ACM/PCM,” in Information Systems Design Methodologies A Comparative Review, T. W. Olle, H. G. Sol, and A. A. V. Stuart, Eds. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1982.
  • D. Ridjanovic and M. L. Brodie, “Semantic Data Model-driven Design, and Verification of Interactive Database Transactions,” Carlson School of Management Tech Report, 1982.
  • M. L. Brodie, “Axiomatic definitions for data model semantics,” Information Systems, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 183–197, 1982.
  • D. Ridjanovic and M. L. Brodie, “Specification versus Implementation,” Proc. COMPCON-81, 23rd IEEE Computer Society International Conference, Oct. 1981.
  • M. L. Brodie, “On Modelling Behavioural Semantics of Databases,” Very Large Data Bases, 7th International Conference, September 9-11, 1981, Cannes, France, Proceedings, pp. 32–42, 1981.
  • M. L. Brodie, “Data Abstraction, Databases and Conceptual Modelling,” VLDB 1980, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Very Large Databases, 1980.
  • M. L. Brodie, “The application of data types to database semantic integrity,” Information Systems, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 287–296, 1980.
  • M. L. Brodie, “On the Specification of Database Semantic Integrity,” Tech Report, Dept of Information Systems Management, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, Sep. 1979.
  • M. L. Brodie, “Specification and Verification of Database Semantic Integrity,” PhD Thesis, Computer Systems Research Group, Dept. of Computer Science, Toronto, Canada, 1978.
  • M. L. Brodie and J. W. Schmidt, “What is the Use of Abstract Data Types?,” Fourth International Conference on Very Large Data Bases, September 13-15, 1978, West Berlin, Germany., pp. 140–141, 1978.
  • D. Tsichritzis, S. A. Shuster, and M. L. Brodie, “The Case for Relational Data Bases,” Canadian Information Processing Society Computer Magazine, Aug-1974.