Charles H. Davis
According to our database1, Charles H. Davis authored at least 26 papers between 1974 and 2016.
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Platform proliferation and its implications for domestic content policies.
Telematics and Informatics, 2016
The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood.
Indicators to support innovation cluster policy.
Use of Internet Technologies and e-Business Solutions: A Structural Model of Sources of Business Value among Canadian Micro-Enterprises.
Proceedings of the 39th Hawaii International International Conference on Systems Science (HICSS-39 2006), 2006
Knowledge map of information science: Implications for the future of the field.
Proceedings of the Sparking Synergies: Bringing Research and Practice Together, 2005
A Model for Estimating the Occurrence of Same-Frequency Words and the Boundary Between High- and Low-Frequency Words in Texts.
Systematic Weighting and Ranking: Cutting the Gordian Knot.
Development of Electronic Commerce in Spanish-Speaking Latin America.
Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-32), 1999
Information Science: Still an Emerging Discipline, edited by James G. Williams and Toni Carbo.
The Modern Language Association: Electronic and Paper Surveys of Computer-Based Tool Use.
At the Crossroads: Librarians on the Information Superhighway, by Herbert S. White.
Bernard M. Fry, 1915-1994.
Acknowledgments and Intellectual Indebtedness: A Bibliometric Conjecture.
Mainstream and non mainstream scientific literature in four peripheral Asian scientific communities.
Teaching of chemical information science to graduates.
Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences, 1985
Admissibility of delegates to international meetings.
Entropy and information: A multidisciplinary overview.
Comparison of recent acquisitions and OCLC find rates for three canadian special libraries.
Letters to the Editor.
Collection Overlap as a Function of Library Size: A Comparison of American and Canadian Public Libraries.
Current Trends in Programming Methodology, Volume I: Software Specification and Design. Raymond T. Yeh, ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall; 1977: 275 p. ISBN: 0-13-195701-5 (v1).
Evidence of OCLC's potential for special libraries and technical information centers.
Reliable Software through Composite Design. Glenford J. Myers. New York: Petrocelli-Charter, 159p. (1975) (ISBN: 0-88405-284-2).
Pragmatic expansion of an enumerative classification scheme.
An introduction to programming: A Structured Approach Using PL/1 and PL/C-7. Richard Conway and David Gries. Cambridge, Mass.: Winthrop Publishers, Inc., 509 p. (1975).
PL/I Programming Text.