Author: H. T. Smith

Publications

Publication period start: 1975
Number of co-authors: 5

Co-authors

Number of publications with favourite co-authors
David J. Gilmore
1
R. G. Crabtree
1
T. R. G. Green
1

Productive Colleagues

Most productive colleagues in number of publications
P. A. Hennessy
3
David J. Gilmore
18
T. R. G. Green
69

Publications

Smith, H. T., Hennessy, P. A., Lunt, G. A. (1989): The activity model environment: An object-oriented framework for describing organisational. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 160-173.

Gilmore, David J., Smith, H. T. (1984): An Investigation of the Utility of Flowcharts During Computer Program Debugging. In International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 20 (4) pp. 357-372.

Smith, H. T. (1980): "Man/Computer Communication," edited by B. Shackel. In International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 13 (4) pp. 469-471.

Smith, H. T., Crabtree, R. G. (1975): Interactive Planning: A Study of Computer Aiding in the Execution of a Simulated Schedulin. In International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 7 (2) pp. 213-231.

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