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Key papers in information science.
Elias, Arthur W., editor.
Publication Information:
[Washington] : American Society for Information Science [1971]
Physical Description:
223 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
General Note:
"Selection of documents in this book is largely the result of the work of the 1968 and 1969 ASIS Education Committees."
Information science: what is it? By H. Borko.--Of librarianship, documentation and information science, by J. H. Shera.--Towards a metascience of information: informatology, by K. Otten and A. Debons.--Scientific communication, by A. M. Weinberg.--A general model of information transfer, by J. W. Murdock and D. M. Liston, Jr.--Question-negotiation and information seeking in libraries, by R. S. Taylor.--Research for psychologists at the interface of the scientist and his information system, by E. B. Parker and W. J. Paisley.--The information center concept, by F. Kertesz.--The automatic creation of literature abstracts, by H. P. Luhn.--Automatic indexing, by M. E. Maron.--Indexing and abstracting by association, by L. B. Doyle.--The KWIC index concept, by M. Fischer.--Selective dissemination of information, by J. H. Connor.--The evaluation of retrieval systems, by A. M. Rees.--Information storage and retrieval, by B.-A. Lipetz.--The development and administration of automated systems in academic libraries, by R. De Gennaro.--Language and machines, by P. L. Gavin.--The analysis and design of information systems, by H. Borko.--Technology and the future of copyright principle, by L. B. Heilprin.
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