Articles are papers that have been published.

“Data Governance Made Simple” The Data Administration Newsletter, April 17, 2024.
Data Governance Made Simple.pdf

“You Don’t Know Data! (The Importance of Sound Definitions)”. The Data Administration Newsletter, January 3, 2024
You Don’t Know Data! – pdf

“The Myths of ‘Standard’ Data Semantics”, XML Journal, vol. 3, no. 11, November 2002, p. 18.
The Myths of “Standard” Data Semantics” – pdf

“Product data markup language: a new paradigm for product data exchange and integration”, William C. Burkett, Computer-Aided Design, vol. 33, no. 7, June 2001, pp. 489-500.

“The Question of Semantics”, Proceedings of XML ’00, Washington, D.C., December, 2000. 

“The Integration and Interpretation of XML Schemas”, Proceedings of XML ’99, Philadelphia, December 1999.

“Data models as an XML schema development method”, Proceedings of XML ’99, Philadelphia, December 1999.

“The STEP Integration Information Architecture”, William C. Burkett and Yuhwei Yang, Engineering with Computers, vol. 11, 1995, pp. 136-144.

“Enabling Manufacturing Enterprise Integration”, in Opportunities for Innovation: Software for Manufacturing, National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST GCR 94-658, August, 1994.

“The Semantics of Subtypes and Supertypes”, Proceedings of the Third Annual EXPRESS User’s Group Conference, Berlin, October 1993.

“The Implementation of STEP Schemas”, Proceedings of the ASME Ninth Annual Engineering Database Symposium, San Diego, August 1993.

“Problems with Data Modelling Activities – A User’s Perspective”, Proceedings of the Second National Symposium on Concurrent Engineering, Concurrent Engineering Research Center, West Virginia University, 7 February 1990.

“PDDI Approach to Dimensioning and Tolerancing a Solid Model”,  Proceedings of Dimensioning and Tolerancing Workshop, Computer-Aided Manufacturing – International, Inc., Arlington, TX,rep. P- 85-ASPP-02, July 1985.