A summary of the lab's research publications is at Google Scholar.

Lab members have also published several textbooks and research monographs:

*Geometric spanner networks*▼Aimed at an audience of researchers and graduate students in computational geometry and algorithm design, this book uses the Geometric Spanner Network Problem to showcase a number of useful algorithmic techniques, data structure strategies, and geometric analysis techniques with many applications, practical and theoretical. The authors present rigorous descriptions of the main algorithms and their analyses for different variations of the Geometric Spanner Network Problem. Though the basic ideas behind most of these algorithms are intuitive, very few are easy to describe and analyze. For most of the algorithms, nontrivial data structures need to be designed, and nontrivial techniques need to be developed in order for analysis to take place. Still, there are several basic principles and results that are used throughout the book. One of the most important is the powerful well-separated pair decomposition. This decomposition is used as a starting point for several of the spanner constructions.

*Open data structures: An introduction*▼*Open Data Structures*covers the implementation and analysis of data structures for sequences (lists), queues, priority queues, unordered dictionaries, ordered dictionaries, and graphs.Data structures presented in the book include stacks, queues, deques, and lists implemented as arrays and linked-lists; space-efficient implementations of lists; skip lists; hash tables and hash codes; binary search trees including treaps, scapegoat trees, and red-black trees; integer searching structures including binary tries, x-fast tries, and y-fast tries; heaps, including implicit binary heaps and randomized meldable heaps; graphs, including adjacency matrix and ajacency list representations; and B-trees.

The data structures in this book are all fast, practical, and have provably good running times. All data structures are rigorously analyzed and implemented in Java and C++. The Java implementations implement the corresponding interfaces in the Java Collections Framework.

The book and accompanying source code are free (

*libre*and*gratis*) and are released under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Users are free to copy, distribute, use, and adapt the text and source code, even commercially. The book's LaTeX sources, Java/C++ sources, and build scripts are available through github. A paperback version of the book is published by Athabasca University Press.*Introduction to theory of computation*▼This is a free textbook for an undergraduate course on the Theory of Computation, which has been taught at Carleton University since 2002.

*Discrete structures for computer science*▼This is a free textbook for an undergraduate course on Discrete Structures for Computer Science, which has been taught at Carleton University since 2013.

Lab members also list their publications on their personal web pages.