Encyclopedia Of Library And Information Science

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Access Versus Ownership to Word Formation in Language and Computation

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Kent and Hall (information sciences, U. of Pittsburgh and editor, Arlington, Texas, respectively) gather some 20 contributions addressing a range of topics including censorship and the Internet; computer networks and the virtual college; distributed database systems; fuzzy classification of the chemical elements; the information security chain in an organization; intelligent robotic systems; the political economy of online education; service quality in academic libraries; simulation; technology as a threat to privacy; US information policy; and user query performance with database feedback. Contributors comprised primarily an international group of university-affiliated scholars in the fields of psychology, communication studies, computing, information science, philosophy, journalism, chemistry, and sociology. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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"Access Versus Ownership, Laura Townsend Kane Collecting Human Rights Evidence: A Model for Archival Collection Development, Bruce P. Montgomery Conducting Research on the Internet, James Bowen The Design of Document Information Systems, Kees van der Meer and Henk G. Sol Electronic Copyright, Stephanie C. Ardito Flexible Working in U.K. Library and Information Services, Anne Goulding and Evelyn Kerslake A Generic Task Strategy for Solving Routing Decision Making Problems, Richard Fox Human Subjectivity and Performance Limits in Document Retrieval, John Wilbur Integrating Business and Information Systems Planning, Thompson Sian Hin Teo Knowledge-Based Classification Techniques for Software Quality Management, Christof Ebert and Ekkehard Baisch Library And Information Consultancy in the United Kingdom, Alan Gilchrist Search Engines, Susan Feldman Sensitivity Aspects of Inequality Measures, Leo Egghe Strategy and Impacts of Expert Systems for Bank Lending, Alan Sangster and Amelia A. Baldwin The Use of Decision Support Systems in Crisis Negotiation, Jonathan Wilkenfeld, Sarit Kraus, and Kim M. Holley The Use of Knowledge-Based Decision Support Systems in Financial Modeling, Constantin Zopoundis Using Design to Provide Intelligent Help in Information Processing Systems, Conroy Mallen Visual Display Quality, Gerd P. J. Spenkelink and Ko Busuijen Word Formation in Language and Computation, Ephraim Nissan "

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