Journal of Information Science - principles & practice; first 6 issues, Volume 1 number 1 April 1979 through Volume 1 number 6 March 1980, inclusive. Journal of Information Science.

Journal of Information Science - principles & practice; first 6 issues, Volume 1 number 1 April 1979 through Volume 1 number 6 March 1980, inclusive.

Institute of Information Science, North-Holland Publishing Co, 1979-1980, 362 pages plus index, diagrams, double-collumn text.

Condition: Very Good overall, 6 individual issues, some cover wear and rubbing, light spine wear, some cover creases. Bindings are secure and tight, pages clean and unmarked although toned a bit with age and paper acidity.

Keywords: literature search, searching and indexing, information science

Price: $20.00

Item Description

Contents of Volume 1 number 1 include -- 50 Years Ago; Multilingual information systems - some criteria for the choice of specific techniques (Dubois); The naute of information (Farradane); more;

number 2 -- May 1979 -- Twenty Years Ago; Universal communications via satellites -- dream or future reality (Cawkell); The interrelationship between information systems and science policy formulation (Keren and Thomas); References for beginners (Graham); Microprocessors in communications (Sweeney); more

number 3 August 1979 -- The use of on-line searching of external data in decision making (Davies and Lustac); papers presented at the Scottish Business Information Conference;

number 4 October 1979 -- The cost of literature search in 1985 (Barwise); Data entry using micro-computers -- an experimental file of the International Bibliography of Economics (Thompson); 2001 -- an information society? (Garfield);; Problems and challenges in the information society, the next 20 years; more

number 5 January 1980 -- THe future impact of telecommunications on information science (Isotta); Future information requirements of the third world (Woodward); Relational indexing (Farradane); more

number 6 March 1980 -- Relational indexing part II (Farradane); Search term relevance weighting, some recent results (Sparck Jones); The future of the newspaper in the year 2000, brief communication (Dukes); more.