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The Information Environment: A World View Studies in Honour of Professor…

by D. J. Foskett

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0444883045, Hardcover)

Professor A.I. Mikhailov was one of the world's leading scientists in informatics. He contributed enormously to the development of informatics as a scientific discipline, to the establishment of the statewide STI System of the USSR, and to the promotion of international cooperation in informatics and library science. This volume is dedicated to his memory. Presented in this volume are descriptions of information and library systems in many countries; how to use scientific literature; and information on national and international organisations in library and information science. Librarians and information specialists, managers of information systems, information engineers and students of these fields will find this book of interest.

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